Florals may not be a groundbreaking spring motif, but that doesn’t stop us from loving these floral wedding invitations to announce your spring wedding!
If there’s one type of wedding invitation that we can’t get enough of, it’s a floral wedding invitation. Nothing beats floral wedding invites, whether in watercolour or a modern take on the floral print!
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Cool Minimalist Wedding Ideas
Less is more, and simplicity is perfection, as the saying goes. This is why couples are choosing minimalist wedding decor for their special day. A no-fuss, crisp, and neat venue arrangement exudes unrivaled sophistication and class. Minimalist wedding ideas range from industrial (urban-rural fusion) to organic (fusion of white and lush greenery accents).
Then there’s modern minimalism (shapes and geometry), and finally romantic minimalism with cute fabrics and calligraphy. Minimalism does not imply being cheap or foregoing glam. Check out this post for the best minimalist wedding decor ideas, whatever your brand of simplicity is.
You can use an industrial or modern simple minimalist wedding decor for the ceremony. However, a touch of organic minimalist decor, such as the ideas below, would complete the look.
Select a simple acrylic arch with cascading greenery and potted plants on each side. A bold white minimalist Backdrop with burgundy orchids or a brass minimalist arch are also options. With a single tall candlestick on a holder, decorate the arch with lush greenery and white blooms.
Another inventive idea is to incorporate grasses into cinderblocks and vases to hang around the arch. Fill the space behind you with pampas grass or a colorful rug. Decorate a copper or double rhomb wedding arch with lush greenery or hang blooms in vases.
Use ghost chairs for your seating arrangement to create a stylish minimalist wedding reception decor. For a contrasting edgy look, pair the chairs with dark wood and greenery. If you don’t want chandelier lighting, go for a minimalist look with Edison bulbs, marquee letters, rattan lampshades, or neon signs. Use upside-down flowers instead of chandeliers to add color to a neutral palette.
For a practical guide to chairs, use a translucent acrylic seating chart. Get a weathered desk and decorate it with crystal ware or geometric containers for the bar. For an uncluttered look, use a vintage bar cart with gilded accents and scattered roses.