There are many things to pick from, from beautiful candelabras to old rustic crates. So whether you select a blank canvas, a characterful conversion, or a stately house, these show-stopping wedding venue décor ideas will transform your site!
Chandeliers from a Fairytale
A chandelier composed of small, flashing fairy lights is the perfect way to highlight a golden stone barn. This shimmering statement lighting makes weddings unique, as close to a fairytale as they are to reality.
Stacks of Rustic Crates
Create a crate display with ideas from rustic decor retailers! Stack mismatched wooden boxes and fill them with personal touches such as handmade storybooks, notes, flowers, and signs. Why not see if your barn venue has any old boxes from its agricultural days that you might use?
Make the ceiling a colourful kaleidoscope to highlight your venue’s light and airy interiors. Gary and Nicole customised Ufton Court by stringing innumerable lanterns and honeycombs from the vaulted ceiling and hanging pom poms to create a DIY background for their dessert table. These would also look wonderful on marquees.
Drapes are a simple method to shower luxury air onto any room, whether your location is ultra-modern, like the Cavalli Wine and Stud Farm in South Africa, depicted above, or a blank canvas back in the UK. Lighter-coloured materials keep everything light, but a striking chandelier adds a touch of elegance. Coloured solutions should also be considered in vast places such as tipis.
How many brides haven’t pinned a flower arch to their wedding Pinterest board? Whether you tie the knot inside or outside, surround the occasion with flowers for a dreamlike effect, as this couple did at Sheene Mill. You may use artificial blossoms for a less expensive option or repurpose the archway as a DIY photo booth later in the evening.
Wedding Decorating Ideas with Bunting
Bunting is a popular décor at many rural weddings and is an excellent way to tie a theme together. It’s an excellent addition if you desire 360-degree style or to highlight your venue’s elevated characteristics. The 19th-century exposed beams, towering ceilings, and classic brickwork at Swallows Nest Barn in Warwickshire are worth celebrating.
Over-sized letters are incredibly adaptable, looking equally at home in a city centre, a rural residence, or a rustic setting like The Great Barn, depicted above. Select wooden finishes for a more rustic appeal or aged metal with exposed Edison lights for a more industrial effect. They’re also fantastic for adorning the dance floor, defining the area, and urging people to join in the fun.
Tables that are Overflowing
This wedding decorating concept doubles as food; we’re confident your guests will like it. Make a show of your evening feast, like at Dedham Vale Vineyard, by arranging cheeses, chutneys, crackers, and cakes in a rich spread enhanced by lovely linens and wooden serving boards. Fresh figs, grapes, and even honey may give a luscious splash of colour to the arrangement…