Are you looking for style inspiration for your upcoming wedding?
Clarence House has hosted scores of weddings and we’ve seen some truly amazing styles over the years. Some styles have come and gone, while others seem to have lingered on and have been adopted by soon-to-be-married couples. Here is a look at our top 5 wedding style ideas for 2019.
1. Suspended Pendant Bulbs
We don’t have to emphasize the importance of good lighting for your wedding. Lighting makes all the difference and can help set the tone and create the mood for your reception. If you’re looking for unique accent lights for your wedding then look no further than suspended pendant bulbs. These can be placed in strategic places to create the desired effect such as over the high table, over the statement cake, or even over your dance floor.
2. Mirror and Glass Tables
Mirror and glass tables anyone? Who needs table linen when you can get awesome mirror and glass tables for your wedding reception hall? Not only is this table setup budget-friendly but it also looks chic and adds instant glam to your event. You can also go very minimalist with the table centrepieces because the glass and mirror finish is bold enough.
3. Opt for Banquet Tables
Here at Clarence House, the most popular reception tables over the years have been the circular ones. However, it appears that people are changing. Banquet tables are now in and all the rage. Banquet tables, when arranged properly, can be really attractive, think state dinners or royal banquets! They really do have a way of adding charm and sophistication to any event.
4. Floral Colours Galore!
Gone are the wedding seasons where couples opted for muted and toned down colours. Bright flowery colours are back in fashion! And this season’s must-have hues are gold, pink and peach, and we can see why. These three colours when combined create a soft and ethereal look. Forget the all-white or red flower centrepieces.
5. Bring Out the Balloons!
Did someone say balloons? Yes, balloons are such a great décor accessory because you can do so much with them. You can float them over your dance floor; you can create monograms of your initials, and ceremony backdrops as well. If you have large open spaces at your wedding reception venue that could do with some décor, but flower walls are too expensive, why not opt for balloon backdrops?
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