Have you thought about using lanterns for wedding centrepieces? Lanterns in the centre of your tables can look stunning as your centrepieces. Place a pillar candle inside each lantern and add a floral touch to the table. You could add flowers in small vases or bottles around the base of each lantern, or tie a small bunch or posy to a couple of corners of the lanterns. These make lovely centrepieces ane even better, you could gift the lanterns to a nominated guest on each table if you wish.
If you have chosen long tables spread out lanterns down the centre of the table, you could alternate them with flowers and candles down the table. Use the same lanterns around the venue, at the entrance, in outdoor spaces, near your guest book to give some continuity to the decor.
If you like this idea why not have a look at the lanterns we have available in our shop. See all our lanterns here.
This week's wedding decoration of the week is our new unique wedding sign. These paper lanterns spell out JUST MARRIED creating a wedding sign which you can place anywhere at your wedding.
JUST MARRIED Paper Lanterns
View Just Married Paper Lanterns in our shop
A simple and easy to set up sign for your wedding. Add a tea light to each paper lantern and weigh down with a handful of rice so they don't blow away in the wind. Even better the lanterns come flat packed so are perfect for destination weddings as they will fit easily in your suitcase.
These paper lanterns could be set up outside the church as the bride and groom leave, or they could be waiting for them as they arrive at the reception venue making a lovely photo opportunity for the bride and groom.
Each paper lantern has a letter on the front spelling out JUST MARRIED
The paper lanterns hold normal tea lights, if you are using them outside make sure you weigh them down with some rice in the base so they don’t blow away.
Are you thinking of a bright bold colour schcme for your summer wedding? Have you thought of adding a twist of Morocco into your decorations?
Using a colour pallet of red, orange, purple, aqua and pink you can create a Moroccan feeling at your wedding. Use Moroccan lanterns as your table centres, with bright coloured runners and glass votives. If your venue allows it or you have an outdoor area to decorate the Moroccan lanterns look beautiful strung from trees or inside tents. You can even carry on the Moroccan theme with low cushioned seating areas creating a chill out space for evening guests.
Moroccan Wedding Theme Ideas
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