Mid-century inspired angles and shapes are saturating the trendiest weddings presently and, as such, we thought we would see what all the fuss is about.
Geometry influenced 1920’s Art Deco has a more minimalist/industrial vibe in current day design work. Mix with marble and copper colours for the ultimate chic finish, here are 7 essential pieces of Geometric Wedding inspiration:
Whether filled with flowers, plants or candles/fairy-lights, hanging terrariums are a really unique decorative feature for a wedding. Although not exactly budget friendly, they are worth investing in to redistribute as gifts or use again in the marital home.
Equally, table terrariums set the tone for your Wedding Breakfast tables. Integrate into table runners or display by the multitude in every corner to really establish your geometric theme.
To fully commit to the mid-century angularity, why not learn some origami skills and hang cranes from the ceiling by the plenty. These make a stunning back drop for an altar or can be the masterpiece of your reception.
If you are having a Geometric styled wedding, start with your wedding stationery and follow the theme throughout. This can be easily downloaded online, or there are numerous designs available on the likes of www.moo.com.
Table Numbers & Place Cards
You could go all out and order perspex table numbers for a slick and modern finish, or DIY hand make your place cards using blank jigsaw pieces.
This is a no-brainer, but really needs to be adhered to in order to fulfil the whole geometric effect. Incorporate geometric shapes into a traditional round cake, use a cake topper, or style the cake itself into a hexagon or pentagon – good luck to your cake maker!
Last, but definitely not least, accessorise, accessorise, accessorise. Every detail can include a shape – favours, drinks-stirrers, backdrops, menus… don’t skip a corner, and shape up your wedding to be an amazing scene.