31. Asian Wedding Decoration
Red and gold are the staple color combination for most traditional Asian wedding decoration.
Use red sheer fabrics with golden details as the primary decorative elements to achieve an overall Asian feel. Then add culture specific ornaments for centerpieces to tie the whole decorative elements together.
Budget-friendly idea: Exchange tables for floor cushions for an affordable copy of a more traditional Asian wedding decoration.
32. Indian Wedding Decorations
The glamorous and vibrant Indian wedding decorations captivate the heart of many non-Indian couples for their special day. Well-known for the red and gold combination, Indian weddings are also famous for their inspiring colorful details.
Whether you’re adopting a total Indian wedding look or simply smitten with the vibe, make sure you have flower petal runners for a more Indian overall appearance.
Budget-friendly idea: Use mainly red and gold color combo for decorative elements, and add Indian ornaments to capture the theme without going overboard.
33. Mexican Wedding Decorations
Dance the night away under the colorful layers of buntings and pom-poms. Mexican wedding decorations are so fun and exciting with vibrant colors, it’s the epitome of festivities!
It makes an inexpensive alternative for wedding decoration for outgoing couples who prefers a more casual and relaxed feel for their celebration. Colorful decorative elements mean you can go easy on the flowers, chair covers, lightings, and other details.
Budget-friendly idea: Invite some friends to help you make your own decorative buntings and napkin holders from colorful crepe paper.
34. Western Wedding Decorations
Relive the adventurous Wild Wild West era with a western theme for your wedding decoration.
Cowboy hats and leather boots are entirely optional, but you can still get that western vibe on a farmhouse indoor venue – with exposed bricks interior, exposed beams ceilings, and wooden floors. The venue has lent you the western vibe, so you can go classic and simple with the table settings.
Budget-friendly idea: Add a few hay bales or old wooden crates for inexpensive decorative detail.
35. Black and White Wedding Decorations
The eternal love story of black and white never goes out of trend and offers you plenty of room to tweak the budget.
The versatility of the color combo allows you to get a certain feel for your wedding decoration with the help of certain details. Like the metallic sheen of gold and silver to achieve a more elegant and classy feel. Amazing how applying only black and white can make any wedding decorations appear modern and chic.
Budget-friendly idea: Use a sophisticated table setting with a striped table runner and white flower on a black vase for the centerpiece.
36. Blue Wedding Decoration
Inspire a tranquil and serene beginning for your new life with the calmness of a blue wedding decoration.
Blue can be glamorous with crystal and glass centerpiece, sweet with pastel flower bouquets, and romantic with a vintage touch. You can also use a predominantly white layout illuminated by blue lights to create a mesmerizing and ethereal feel.
Budget-friendly idea: For a blue garden wedding, bring some fun by hanging lots of blue paper lanterns overhead.
37. Coral Wedding Decorations
We believe that if the sound of wedding bells has a color, it must be coral. This sweet color of romance and excitements are spreading the love on your merriment.
For an inexpensive wedding decoration, you can opt for an arrangement of coral candles as your centerpiece, or replace chair covers with coral satin ribbon bands.
Budget-friendly idea: Search Google for a tutorial to make your own coral candles, don’t forget to invite your friends!
38. Gold Wedding Decorations
Gold is favored by the cost-conscious couples as it brings an instant luxe and glam to any space.
An inexpensive alternative to achieve a classy look: Layer your table with a shimmering and luxurious satin table runner, and balance with simpler details like candle holders and white flower bouquets.
Budget-friendly idea: Replace flower bouquets with gold and white balloons for a more relaxed vibe.
39. Green Wedding Decorations
One of the quickest ways to transform an all-white layout is by incorporating contrasting color for details. If green speaks to you like no other color can, it can bring a calm and relaxed vibe to your overall wedding decoration.
Budget-friendly idea: Instead of flower bouquets for a centerpiece, use succulent arrangements; it’s natural, creative, and fit the green wedding decoration perfectly.
40. Mint Green Wedding Decorations
Cool off a summer celebration with a splash of mint green on the wedding decoration.
Mint green table runner makes a refreshing alternative to the plain white table covers, and it goes very well with soft pastel details.
Budget-friendly idea: For more festivities, make your DIY mint green bunting for some fun-loving decorative element.