Hello, hello! Happy Monday to you all! (Oh, and in case you missed it this morning, be sure to check out this week’s brand new giveaway for your chance to win!) Today we’re talking about how to decorate with wedding garland. You’ve heard of wedding garland, you’ve seen countless types of garlands and buntings, and you may have even stood in a craft store with supplies to make your own. We have recently discovered Dancing Mooney‘s beautiful collection of handmade wedding garland and couldn’t wait to share it with you today. So, grab that afternoon cup of coffee (I’m currently obsessed with this blend) and prepare to be inspired with one of the easiest decorating accessories ever. And, it’s affordable, too! Enjoy!
How to Decorate with Wedding Garland
Wedding garland is easy to display throughout your decor and adds a festive touch. A few of our favorite ways to decorate with it include…
o draped across a fence or brick wall for an outdoor wedding
o displayed along a wall for a colorful photo booth backdrop
o wrapped around tree trunks in an outdoor wedding in the woods
o tied across two posts or signs to create an escort card display (attach cards with mini clothespins)
o displayed at the end of the aisle and untied just before the procession or bride’s grand entrance
o used to embellish chair backs for the bride and groom
o displayed across a dessert bar (or cake display) table, guest book table, bar, or favors table
o strung around a window or doorway the entrance to your reception
o used as decoration at your bridal shower or bachelorette party
These are just a few of our favorite ideas on how to decorate with wedding garland. However, the possibilities are endless, the color combinations are perfectly customized for your wedding day, and they’re incredibly affordable, too. These wedding garlands by Dancing Mooney are beautifully handmade and cost only ten dollars each.
This one in particular is perfect for a beach wedding:
To see more wedding garlands (plus, handmade soaps, jewelry, and more) visit Dancing Mooney, Featured Artisan in The Marketplace.
P.S. Planning your wedding? You’ll need one of these!