Adding a subtle hint of colour and glamour to your wedding can be difficult to get right. Using props and simple fairy lights is the perfect way of glamming up your wedding without going over the top. Get Knotted share their 5 ideas for adding glamour to your wedding.
1. Choose items such as poles and chandeliers that are simple in which to add charms and ribbons, tailoring them to your wedding theme. Wrap coloured ribbon around a table top maypole and attach charms, beads and candles to suit your style. Choosing colours to contrast your wedding theme is a great way of adding a range of colours to your reception decorations. These can be hung to create a sense of height or displayed as table centrepieces.
2. Adding fairy lights to branches or choosing props such as light up birch trees are great for creating delicate lighting to your reception or ceremony venue. Place these around the room or down an aisle adding some candles and other subtle lighting for a truly romantic setting.
3. Candlesticks can add glamorous definition and drama to your wedding. Choose different sizes and heights of candlesticks to place around your venue in clusters to create different areas of light and ambience.
4. Table decorations can be more than just flowers. Add fruits, berries and wild foliage to apothecary jars and flowers in different sized vases for a clean and contemporary look. Choose flowers and fruits to compliment your wedding theme and add small tea lights to your tables to create a glamorous glow.
5. Add a touch of glamour before your guests even enter your venue with a rustic arch. Decorate these with brightly coloured flowers for a glamorous entrance. Use the arch somewhere else in your venue later in the day to maximise your décor. Using props and lighting to add glamour will really make your wedding a talking point amongst your guests.
Get Knotted have just launched their brand-new Maypole Charmed Chandeliers and have a stunning range of props to add glamour to your wedding. For more information and inspiration, Get Knotted now!