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Whether you’re going with a vintage wedding theme or want to add a little something extra to your garden venue, birdcage wedding decor is the way to go. From centrepiece vessels to table plan displays, there are a ton of different ways to incorporate the popular accent piece into your big day. These ideas will get your creative juices flowing and help you absolutely nail the decor for your big day.

Here are a few steal-worthy birdcage wedding decor ideas.

Table plan

One piece of birdcage wedding decor that’s big, bold and bound to impress your guests is a wedding table plan. If you want to DIY it, etch a birdcage on a piece of board or glass and write your table plan out on top. If you want to go all out you could place names on a giant metal birdcage installation like this one.

Lollipops And Roses

Centrepieces

If you want to take your wedding table centrepieces to the next level, skip the standard vases and place your beautiful blooms inside of birdcages. If you’re looking to save money you can skip the flowers and put candles inside, instead.

Polaris Events

Place card holders

Sometimes the small details are the most eye-catching! If your place settings need a little something extra to make them pop, add petite birdcages that hold up your guests’ names (these can double as wedding favours, too).

Something Borrowed and Something Blue

Whimsical display

Speaking of small birdcages, create a magical display for an English country garden wedding theme by hanging them in tree branches along with strings of origami cranes for good luck.

Amore Star Events

Hanging arrangements

Is your venue’s ceiling space looking a little lacklustre? Spruce it up with a few hanging birdcage floral arrangements. You can definitely opt for faux blooms here as your guests won’t be getting up close and personal with them.

Darling & Wild

Card box

Obviously, you’re going to need a spot for your guests to leave their well wishes. Create a birdcage wedding card box instead of going with a standard bin, barrel, box or crate. P.S. you’ll want to make sure to label it or your guests may just think it’s a decorative accent.

Dreamcatcher Events

Wedding cake

Wedding cakes are often so stunning that we count them more as wedding decor than food. If you want one that really packs a punch, ask your baker for a pretty birdcage wedding cake design.

The Sovereign Cake Studio

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