Hottest Decor Trends for This Wedding Season

Wedding season is now approaching. And with its advent, all you think about is the latest trends in the wedding market. Choosing the right wedding decoration theme can be as intricate and mind-boggling as buying the perfect wedding dress. It involves a lot of research and effort to put all its aspects into one place. Be it lights, flowers, furnishings, drapes, everything should be in symmetry. So, here are some fantastic decor trends for you to make your wedding day more special and exquisite.

Flowers

Beautiful, fresh flowers are an inseparable part of an Indian wedding. Whether you prefer chic, sophisticated wedding decor or a traditional fiesta, flowers can enhance the charm and beauty of the occasion. However, the choice of floral colours is most important here. For the winters, vibrant earthy tones are just perfect to perk up your senses. Whereas for a summer wedding, subtle shades of blue, pink and yellow, will add a cool exuberance. Make sure that you maintain a harmony in choosing the flowers for mandap, wedding area, and dining space.

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Mandap decor

Make sure that the mandap becomes the prime highlight of your wedding decor. According to the latest trends, you can experiment with different mandap shapes that can add a unique appeal to it. Flowers, drapes, and pillars are inevitable elements of mandap decor. However, for a unique touch, you can add decorative idols, chandeliers, and other accessories to beautify it as per the theme. For closed-roof venues, you can opt for open mandap styles.

Lighting styles

One thing that adds life to a wedding decor is lights. These days you can experiment with different lighting varieties; thanks to advanced technology. It is important to strike a blissful harmony between lighting style and hues, to create a magical aura in your wedding. Some of the latest trends in wedding decor lights such as up-lighting, pin spotting, lanterns, LED mood bars, monogram projections add a chic and sophisticated look to the venue. Also, chandeliers add spark and a traditional twist to a wedding decor.

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Colour trends

If you have a budget constraint but want to create a mystical charm with unique wedding decor, play with colours. For summers and monsoons, create a look with drapes and furnishings in blue, pink, and citrus. For winters, experiment with bright, joyful colours like orange, red, and even a blend of subtle colours for a ravishing appeal.

Wedding area decoration

Create a look by teaming up fresh flowers, candles, and lanterns (all together) for an ethnic look. For a unique appeal, place candles or lanterns in the centre of dining tables. You can also wrap a string of flowers around the pillars. Also add light strings to the pillars (along with the flowers), to enhance the look of the space.

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Guest space

Your guests need to feel most special. Decorate guest tables with exquisite pin-up flower bouquets in roses, carnations, or tulips. Guest chairs can be covered in colourful drapes combinations. Move beyond red and white, and try out combinations such as purple and mustard, black and gold, cream and pink, etc.

Car decoration

Cars overloaded with flowers is definitely not in vogue. For your wedding car, ‘keep it simple’ is the mantra. A few strips of fresh flowers or pin up bouquet in the front are good enough.

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Exquisite idols and showpieces

For a unique yet magnificent appeal, wedding venue decoration with idols and showpieces are fast emerging as the latest trend. Either place them near the mandap, entry gate or in the centre of the dining space. Decorate the area around them with flowers and up-lights.

Incorporate these latest trends, and make your wedding the talk of the town. Also, share your unique decor ideas with us in the comment section below.

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