Top 7 Fun Wedding Ideas
Posted on November 4, 2015 ·
Your wedding day should not only stand out as one of the most monumental days of your lives, but also one of the most fun. Bring a fresh, energetic ambiance to your big day with a flourish of fun wedding ideas.
Trail of Hearts Line your wedding aisle with a fresh, precious arrangement. These stemmed hearts add a cheerful look to your fun wedding decorations. For this enchanting look, put to use thin, wood hearts. Cover the hearts with craft glue before placing patterned card stock, filato paper, and burlap cut to size on both sides. Once your colorful hearts are dry, use hot glue to attach the hearts to bamboo sticks. Secure your heart wands in the grass along your wedding aisle for a lovely look.
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Kooky Candles Brighten the night with this fun wedding decoration. With a classic stature and glamorous details, these pedestaled pillar candles will bring an eye-catching element to your reception tables. Begin by arranging gold candlesticks down your long, banquet table. Next, select white pillar candles of different sizes. Use Uglu strips and tacky glue to create stripes, dots, and panels on your candles. Sprinkle gold glitter on each candle until the sticky parts are completely covered. Wait for your candles to dry, then proudly showcase them on their matching gold thrones.
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Kid Enclave Make sure your younger guests will be thoroughly entertained on your big day with the help of this festive ensemble. For fun wedding décor, put together a special table, just for kids. Start by placing seeded paper at each child’s setting. Not only will they be able to scribble on it during your nuptials, they can also take it home and plant it after! Next, fill mason jars with candies and sweets, and attach wood tags with each guest’s name on them to their respective jars. They will munch on their goodies during the reception, and take the rest home to enjoy later. Use a chalk marker to write the words, “Kids’ Table” on a small chalkboard easel, and arrange it on the center of your table. Finally, fill wood planter box with crayons, markers, and colored pencils, so the kids can create works of art.
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Seasonal Sparkle This enchanting display will perfectly compliment your fall nuptials. For a fun wedding decoration, display glittering foliage on a wall, against a tree trunk, or even dangling from your ceremony arch. These entrancing leaves are easy to emulate. For this arrangement, utilize Autumn leaves as your seasonal foundation. Slather both sides of your fronds with craft glue, and immediately after, cover them with gold,champagne and copper mica flakes until they are completely enveloped in sparkling splendor. Once the leaves are dry, hole-punch each leaf and string gold satin ribbon through the hole for hanging.
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Burlap Bar If you are planning a DIY barn reception, this fun wedding look is the perfect setup for your beverage table. For a laid-back bar table at your wedding, lay a muslin tablecloth and burlap table runner. Next, select the wood letters, “B, A, and R” to spell out “bar” on your tabletop. Wrap a couple of the letters in twine, and paint the other letter with chalk paint. Add mason jars filled with straws, a copper ice tub, and votive candles to complete the charming look.
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Reception Ring Toss Perfect for an outdoor reception, this fun wedding idea will keep your guests happy and entertained while they sip cocktails before dinner. Create your own ring toss game with a few simple, rustic products. For started, choose a whitewashed wood crate to hold your bottles. Next, choose several long-neck bottles to cover in chalk paint. Once the bottles are dry, place them in the crate. Complete your game by wrapping metal rings in thick, white ribbon.
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Hip Hip Hooray Fashion a lovely display for your big day. This fun wedding idea will not only create a striking decoration, but also a memorable send-off at the end of the night. Make your own DIY confetti bar by hanging gold helium filled balloons behind your spread. Next, hang pastel letter banners spelling out “Confetti Bar” on twine and suspend it on the wall above your table. Next, fill cylinder glass vases of different sizes with glitter, mini pom-poms, confetti, and flower petals. Arrange a basket of paper cones on the table so guests can fill them for the send-off.
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