Wedding bunting is one of the most popular pieces of wedding decor out there, and it’s pretty easy to figure out why. It’s a cinch to DIY, it looks amazing in all venue styles and it can be tailored to fit with just about every wedding theme and colour scheme out there. If you’re on the hunt for a few new ways to put it to use at your celebration, we’ve got you covered.
Here are a few creative ways to decorate with wedding bunting.
If you’re looking for a playful way to spruce up your wedding invitations, add some wedding bunting graphics to your design. Go the extra mile by giving a nod to your colour scheme with your itty bitty flags.
Invite your guests into your wedding with a gorgeous welcome sign made of bunting. You can string it to a bicycle, add it to the top of your entryway or draw it onto a chalkboard sign (if you’re feeling artistic).
A bunting graphic will take your wedding table plan signage from alright to adorable (I mean, just look at this couple’s table map). Now all you have to do is decide on a font and frame.
Another piece of wedding stationery that can get the bunting treatment? Wedding table names or numbers. The addition of one or two strands will make them a lot cuter than plain old card stock.
If you’re looking for a wedding cake design that’s a bit different than your classic flower-topped creation, add a few strands of fondant wedding bunting to its tiers. This is a simple (and inexpensive) way to amp up a more basic base.
Wedding cake topper
Don’t want to mess with your actual cake design, add a cute little bunting wedding cake topper. You can have it read out just about anything, from your names to your favourite romantic lyrics.
This is definitely one of the most popular wedding DIY projects out there. Simply decorate your wedding card box with a strand or two of bunting telling your guests exactly what it is.
If you really want to go OTT with the wedding bunting, string it across the roof of your venue. This looks especially great in marquee wedding venues.
Bunting also looks amazing in the great outdoors. Hang it above you and your guests alongside some fairy lights to make your open-air venue look super magical.
Want to let everyone know your new name? Put up a bunting banner with your monickers in your reception space. P.S. this also looks great attached to a wedding car.
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