2014 will undoubtedly see couples taking more of a gamble with their wedding decor, and why not?
With brides and grooms ready to personalise every aspect of their wedding day with the help of fabulous blogs, DIY tutorials and the world wide web, it’s fair to say we will see an abundance of creativity during the year and I for one can’t wait to see what you all get up to!
Already proving hugely popular and following on from 2013 is the 1920’s, Art Deco style, showcasing the ultimate in glamour and elegance. Libraries, an old town hall or a beautiful mansion would be ready and waiting to be dressed up in this way with huge candelabras filled with stunning orchids and fragrant roses. Ostrich feathers in your hair or in your bouquet, champagne cocktails and whiskey coolers are also perfect ways to pay homage to an era that will never go out of trend.
Farmyards and festival style weddings are also great for an outdoorsy theme, or how about a tipi? A blank caves just waiting to be adorned with personality. Arrive in style in a classic camper van or maybe even a tractor!
I’m currently loving the hessian, homemade jam or chutneys as favours and meadow wild flowers taking centre stage in pretty jam jars. The whole theme is quite relaxed and couples can add their own handmade elements to the day. Hay bales, ribbons in trees and hundreds of fairy lights complete the whimsical look. I think most couples who chose this theme last year loved the fact that to create this kind of wedding, they had to have a huge personal involvement in the developing and designing of their day, which is completely unique to you!
Spring is finally creeping in and the flowers are patiently awaiting the mild air, after the many valentines proposals, ditch the chair covers and have a good think about how you want your wedding to look, the possibilities are truly endless!
*Don’t forget* Charlotte runs Fig Tree Road, the perfect place to source your vintage wedding hire items, and beautiful gifts & accessories.