Bunting refers to small flags strung together as a form of decoration. It is particularly versatile, as you can choose any size, design and fabric to suit your wedding theme. Whether you choose bunting in formal wedding colours or just a colourful mixture of hues, this is sure to create a fun, whimsical look for your big day.
Choose different designs (such as stripes, polka dots or the flag of your home country) to add depth, or a fun touch to your wedding bunting. Add a lace border to dusty pink and avocado green bunting for a fabulously vintage look.
Here are just a few ideas to inspire you for your wedding bunting:
- Line your ceremony aisle with bunting by draping it from chair to chair. This will define the aisle and establish the theme in a sweet, romantic way.
- Use imagery of bunting in the design of your wedding stationery. Alternatively, send each person one of the triangular flags as the actual invite. They should bring this with them to the wedding and string them up over the entrance of the reception venue so that each guest is an important part of the wedding décor.
- Alternate large and small flags for a more festive look.
- Sew a different letter onto each flag, or create flags in the shape of letters, so that your bunting spells something out (such as love, Mr & Mrs, welcome, etc…)
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