The perfect prop will transform and personalise your wedding venue – here’s our top 11 ‘must have’ wedding props
The simple tree branch can look so stylish and can be used to transform any space – yes seriously! Set the tree branches in a pot of clay in front of a back lit white curtain or fairy light wall, spray paint white, or add to tall glass jars with white roses, carnations or orchids.
Place card setting
Get creative with your guests’ seating card display.
Drape stands of pearls over chairs, on pew ends and around table centrepieces.
A bike by the entrance
Cute wedding signs are a massive trend now. From signs strung up, to hand held, chalk signs, and on furniture there’s lots of options available to personalise your venue.
While floral arches, arrangements and displays will always be a ‘go to’ wedding décor option, flower walls are now a blooming business and really are such a pretty way to brighten up any wedding venue.
These giant connect four games are perfect for keeping the kids entertained and brightening up a bare or drab space.
Not a new trend, but as popular as ever – vintage crockery can be used to display seating cards, to hold wedding cake and dessert, or to simply sit there and look pretty.
Glass apothecary jars
Gypsophila or baby’s breath is a popular addition to weddings now partly because it’s pretty and also due to its low cost. Pop this plant into jam jars or mason jars (either plain or decorated with lace and burlap), or spray paint gold for a metallic inspired or Christmas wedding.
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