June 19, 2019

Often Overlooked Wedding Decoration Ideas Style the Extra Mile!

Often Overlooked Wedding Decoration Ideas Style the Extra Mile!
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Decor Tips from Real Weddings

Seeing how our couples put their twist on Elmore with creative wedding decor is one of Team E's greatest pleasures. There's been a whole host of beautiful and unusual wedding styling here recently, and not only in those obvious areas, but also total transformation of some previously overlooked spots. So in today’s blog we're sharing how you can add some more ‘pizaz’ to those unthought about areas and go the extra mile with style! 

 

Festival Flags

Festival flags by Michelle Waspe

Line the lawns

Line the lawns and create an impact with brightly coloured flags down the driveway. Your guests are sure to know they're in the right place!

Style the Trees

Dream catchers by Nick Pumphrey

Boho vibes, our Cedar tree filled with dream catchers and lights, a beautiful canopy of twinkle and charm and the perfect spot to enjoy your drink’s reception. 

Disco ball by Flemming photo

Chill out areas

Chill out area by Laura Power

Anywhere there is space you can see as an opportunity to create little cosy spaces for guests to socialise... The cedar lawn is a perfect spot to host some additional chill out seating. We love this set up by Locate To Create, laze under the sun and enjoy the rays.  

By Through the woods we ran

We love how this corner has been thought about and re-vamped! Add areas of style and props to fill any empty corners or big spaces. 

Lounge area by Rob Tarren
Reception lounge by Rob Tarren

This year we’ve loved seeing the use of extra sofas and tables to create cosy and welcoming seating areas – offering styled spaces like this for your guests to connect and chill out in will create some wonderful social areas where memories are made. We’ve loved seeing the use of coloured velvet sofas and big floral displays. 

Decorate the House

Wedding balloon ideas by Laura Power

We love how Fetti and Bow have dressed up the front of the house with these cascading balloons! Falling from windows, balloons create the perfect whimsical and fun statement.

Dress the walls

Boho wedding decor by Oobaloos photo

The natural tones of our Gillyflower mean that all colour pallets work, and the clever use of the copper pipping that runs along the top of the walls means you can think of dressing the walls as well as the tables! Hang floral décor, lights or giant-sized dream catchers against the mud walls for ultimate wow factor.

 

Disco style

Disco time by James Fear

If you came to our Bloomska, then you would have seen how jazzy we made the dance floor! Let’ face it – after you say ‘I Do’ it’s all about the party, and although our dance floor is already one of a kind, we love seeing it highlighted in glitter and lights.

 

We hope that's given you a little food for thought on the little details that make such a big imapct. All the stylists who created these beautiful wedding looks can be found on our recommended suppliers section. Have  a browse!

 

Lots of Love,

Team E x

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