Steal these 3 Home Design Trends for Wedding Decorating Ideas
By Cynthia Bowman
Updated August 18, 2020
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Some of the most popular home decor trends make their way to wedding decorating. Whether you’re getting married at home or having a destination wedding, check out these home trends and the wedding decorating ideas you can use to get the look in your own wedding.
Painted vintage doors decorated with flowers and plenty of candle lanterns set the stage for a farmhouse-style wedding. Image: Wedding and Lifestyle/Shutterstock
Are you a fan of vintage farmhouse style? Why not add it to your wedding decorating theme? You can pick up affordable decor pieces from Joanna Gaines’ Hearth & Hand with Magnolia home collection at Target. Or do a little flea market and vintage shopping to find one-of-a-kind items.
Once you round up your key vintage pieces, add a little polish with some gold accents and plenty of eucalyptus sprigs to complete the look.
Here are more wedding decorating ideas for a vintage farmhouse wedding:
Eucalyptus and brushed gold accents create a botanically inspired vintage theme. Image: Andrej Rutar/Getty Images
Layer plenty of light sources including candles, pendants and string lights. Image: Vadim Pastukh/Shutterstock
Transform a simple white table with this centerpiece featuring a linen runner, lots of fresh greens and eucalyptus, tea light votives, a candle in a hurricane vase and a painted glass photo frame. Image: Alex Gukalov/Shutterstock
A vintage summer wedding is elevated to elegant with the use of mercury glass candle votives. Image: loonara/Getty Images
2. Blush Wedding Decorating Ideas
A table featuring blush tones and gold cutlery looks elegant and modern. Image: Vadim Kuzubov/Getty Images
Millennial pink, dusty rose, blush. They’re all names for pink — and it’s still one of the hottest colors of the moment. A pink wedding theme done in the right shade is elegant and timeless. Flowers like orchids, peonies and roses are great options if you choose this theme.
Here are more blush-toned wedding decorating ideas:
Layer pink glass and rose gold accents with silvery green succulents to get this look. Image: Alex Gukalov/Shutterstock
Tie blush-colored fabric to your guest chairs to add a splash of color. Image: Biggunsband/Getty Images
Pale pink hanging fabric and flowers create a garden wedding look. Image: PH888/Shutterstock
A dessert table in pink features a Parisian Eiffel Tower theme. Image: Dina (Food Photography)/Getty Images
3. Hanging Wedding Decor
Baby’s breath in lightbulb-shaped glass vases is hung at different heights. Image: IVASHstudio/Shutterstock
The boho-chic home trend has people hanging things creatively and everywhere. Hanging rugs on the walls and creating a collection of hanging dreamcatchers are some popular hanging trends.
Regardless of your wedding theme, you can hang flowers, candles or other objects to get a look that’s whimsical and memorable. When hanging items, choose objects of different sizes and shapes and hang them at different heights. Add string lights or candles to create more dimension and a warm glow.
More wedding decorating ideas you can hang:
Paper chrysanthemums and crystals hung over the wedding table add a magical look to this garden wedding. Image: knape/Getty Images
These glass terrariums can hold candles or flowers. Image: Olena Ilchenko/Shutterstock
Hanging lights and terrariums add shine and sparkle to this wedding. Image: dfrolovXIII/Shutterstock
Hanging dreamcatchers add a bohemian feel to the wedding banquet. Image: blackliz/Shutterstock
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