Themes are incredibly important when it comes to deciding on wedding decoration ideas. Here are some popular themes and wedding decoration ideas from the Tilly Mint team to help you decide.
Many girls dream of a beautiful fairy tale wedding. Fairy tale themes are always popular, which means when it comes to finding decorations there are so many fabulous items to choose from.
Being the first princess to set the standard, it is only right to be inspired by Cinderella accessories. A gorgeous horse and carriage ornament is perfect for a table decoration, and can be filled with anything you wish. Flowers are a beautiful accessory, or you can even put in wedding favours for your guests.
Fairy tales are all about extravagance, so the decorations can be fun to play with. Flowers, sparkle and pastel colours bring a fairy tale wedding to life. Everything should be gorgeous and glamorous to wow your guests!
This beautiful dress by MGNY definitely fits the theme. With its extravagant full skirt and intricate beading, it’s simply perfect for any princess.
Beach weddings are the perfect setting for a relaxed, boho bride. Whether it’s abroad or on the British seaside, there are many decorations you can use.
Seashells make beautiful wedding decorations for the table, or can even be used as an aisle to walk down. When you have so much to work with, get creative! The best part about a beach themed wedding is that something so simple, can look stunning.
Lanterns can be lit as you party the night away. Fill your after party with anchors, flowers and lanterns to remind your guests of the day. Get them to leave you lovely messages in a bottle you can keep forever.
A beach wedding is probably one of the most affordable, in terms of decoration, as everything you need is already there!
In keeping with the simple yet beautiful theme, Ivory and Co has the gorgeous ‘Veronique’ gown. Like the wedding, the dress doesn’t need a lot of detail to show off. The pretty bow speaks for itself, and the mid-length skirt will also keep the sand from dirtying your dress.
Vintage weddings are still big in 2015. Everyone wants floral, pastel designs to complement their big day. Decorate maisonette jars with lace as a table display and fill with pastel pink roses.
Pearls are not just to be draped around your neck, they make a statement on the backs of chairs too.
Vintage weddings are all about lace, so this dress by Pronovias is the perfect match. Glowing in elegance, the stunning fishtail design really complements the bride’s waistline.
With autumn well and truly here, you could theme your wedding around this rustic season.
Flowers are a wedding decoration staple, but fitting with the autumn theme, leaves make a great statement. Covering them in glitter will create a sparkling effect, and placing them with pinecones, acorns and colourful segments of orange will really set the autumn mood.
As firework night is around the corner, sparklers are brilliant for keeping younger guests (and grown ups) entertained.
When the autumn chill kicks in, a long sleeved or slightly covered design will keep warm from day to night. We love this gorgeous Diane Harbridge ‘Geneva’ dress.
A barn is ideal for a rustic wedding and works well all year round. Wedding decoration ideas are endless as you can create something from simple items such like wood, fresh flowers and candles.
Baskets and natural decorations will make incredible vases for your guests to admire. Fairy lights hung on small trees provide warmth and a cosy atmosphere, while alfresco dining brings guests into the natural environment.
Having a simple theme doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a stunning dress to star in. This ‘5833’ Stella York gown is a real showstopper. The flowing design pays attention to detail with intricate lace patterns.
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