Deciding on the styling, colours and design for your wedding can be so confusing. The internet is brimming of wedding decor ideas and you can quite easily find yourself in the Pinterest Jungle. Wedding decor is so important and sets the ambience for your event and transform any venue into a completely different space. We highlight 2019 trends that can really help you in Asian Wedding Décor for your special day.
- Statement Family Tables
Family tables have been the rage for some time, and they are here to stay. It’s a great way of dealing with reserved seating for close family and friends when there is no table plan. It works so well in giving importance to close relations who mean so much. However, these family tables are getting more and more extravagant. Long Family tables, Oval Wedding Tables, Swirly designs – the ideas are endless for the actual table itself. Then its all about dressing! With fancy wedding furniture you can tone down the décor on the tables to give a stunning minimalist look or go super extravagant with statement table centres on the family tables.
- Full Production
Full Production and bespoke theming are what changes a wedding from a beautiful wedding to a total transformation of space. Full production should ideally start from venue search so that the wedding design ideas suit the venue. Every element is unique to the overall wedding design and the detail is meticulous. The colours and graphic design of the save the date and invitations have synergy which then dictates the styling of the pre-wedding events which then sets the scene for the décor for the wedding day. Everything from the table centres, to the wedding stage, to the dance floor and lighting and sound becomes unique to the bride and groom – hard to ever repeat!
- Coppers and Golds
Coppers and Golds are the hot metallic colours for weddings this year where last year the on-trend colour was rose gold. Beautiful warm tones of these metals combined with strong colours such as black, grey, navy creates striking contrasts on backdrops and tableware and table decorations. Combined with pastel colours, coppers and golds can create a real regal statement of royalty and richness. A sophisticated combination with a variety of colours but then equally as cool with vintage and rustic themes to give a more edgy urban look.
The best way to incorporate coppers and golds using them as nods to enhance your decor rather than using it across everything as the dominant colour. Examples are Gold Charger Plates, Copper vases or gold candle stands, gold chivari chairs or every other tablecloth in in copper or gold sequin tablecloth.
- Foliage and enchanted forest
Enchanted Woodland is a great way of achieving the outdoors indoors especially considering the un-predictable English weather. Greenery and foliage in the overall wedding design and styling work well inside venues such as hotels but also extends the outdoors in, in marquees and venues with lots of glass. It’s a theme that allows you to incorporate so much detail from arches in the drink’s reception area, living walls for guest signing areas to tunnels leading up to the main room to stunning foliage table centres and statement table pieces for family tables. You can make this theme subtle to create a rustic vintage theme, or you can go all out and create your own enchanted forest. If you love glamour you could always add some metallics for that added sparkle! Rose gold, gold and bronze will all compliment the earthy tones.
- Ceiling Décor
Stunning Floral Chandeliers, Crystal Chandeliers, Birdcage installations and Floral chandeliers can all transform the ceiling of your venue and can become the statement piece in the room. Ceiling Décor, Ribbon canopies, Ribbon chandeliers have all become the rage above the dancefloor where the cake sits to create the fantastic money shot when the cake is cut or when the couple have their first dance! If your venue doesn’t allow for ceiling installations, you can opt for High canopies that have floral arrangements towering above on each table. Super tall statement tables centres are a great way of lowering the space between tables and the ceiling and creating great eye candy in the room instead!
- Contemporary containers and shapes
Clean lines and geometric shapes became all the range since Sonam Kapoor’s very cool geometric themed skirt! The simplistic styles can look great just with foliage and candles for a minimalist look or they can be combined with flowers and crystals to add extravagance in a modern way. Ideas that you can incorporate into your wedding to bring this look together could be straight sided vases, wire or metal holders such as terrariums, wire or metal candle holders, chandeliers that incorporate a metal frame or edgy angles and family table canopies with simple straight lines with minimalist décor.