From intimate country weddings to far-away festivities, a destination wedding is a beautiful and fun way to celebrate your wedding in style. Many times, destination weddings are more affordable for the bride and groom, more memorable for the wedding party, and offer guests the chance to unwind somewhere new. Below are four popular types of destination weddings, (beach, mountain, country and city), and tips to help you plan your theme around them.
Beach wedding decor
Welcome guests with an customized easel or rustic garden sign.
Opt for understated decor like a burlap and candle table setting. Or add pops of color with a rich tablecloth and tinted glass bottles.
Plan on a few tropical flowers, or a seashell table setting.
Let starfish lead the way to the altar.
Display shell chandeliers from your wedding pergola.
Keep guests cool by tying a colorful ribbon around program fans.
Mountain wedding decor
Hosting a fall wedding in the mountains? Surround your pews with native grasses. Or, opt for native flowers in mason jars.
Elevate your table decor with tree trivets. Feeling a bit daring? Add a bit of wildlife to your table setting.
Display seating assignments inside a rustic arrangement of succulents.
Country wedding decor
Showcase your desserts on a wine barrel dessert bar or a rustic antique painted table.
Mix and match candle holders for a warm and interesting glow.
Decorate your reception chairs in soft peonies and rustic eucalyptus.
Hang paper, fabric or burlap banners from trees.
Dance under paper lanterns.
City wedding decor
Display your initials in lights or on a custom aisle runner.
Bring the city skyline indoors by decorating with modern silver candle votives.
Decorate your reception chairs with whimsical fabrics.
DIY your table with Japanese washi tape.
Carry your color through with upscale and dramatic hanging flowers and lights.
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