It’s always difficult to pinpoint what defined weddings in a certain year — after all, every wedding (and every couple) is different! But while vintage-inspired weddings have dominated for the last couple of years, 2014 seemed to welcome a more glamorous aesthetic. Here are some of the most creative décor ideas we saw in 2014.
A new trend emerged with centerpieces: the lamp centerpiece. This smart idea adds extra lighting to your reception tables without having to burn hundreds of candles. Draped in crystals and accented with flowers, they make an elegant choice for a modern wedding.
Signs have never been more popular at weddings, and they’re not just used as fun photo props anymore. Display your favorite quote above the entrance to your ceremony aisle:
Or make a statement about how you feel on your wedding day:
The Family Tree
Displaying family wedding photos has been a beloved tradition for years, but we love this couple’s literal interpretation of the family tree.
Instead of spending a fortune on a personalized aisle runner you’ll never use again, take advantage of lighting technology and project a custom image on a plain white runner.
You can also use lighting to make an incredible backdrop for your wedding photos.
Long, rectangular reception tables are a popular choice, but that often means you’ll have to spend a fortune on centerpieces cascading down the middle of the table. That’s why we love this “X” setup instead — you can fit 30+ people at one table, with just one centerpiece in the middle!
More and more couples are taking engagement photos these days, but the question remains: what can you actually do with those pictures? This couple decided to turn them into an ultra-glam backdrop for their wedding reception.
Unique Cake Displays
As cake designs have become more elaborate, the cake has turned into a gorgeous focal point of a wedding reception. Why not draw even more attention to your cake with an eye-catching table?
Funny Bar Signs
This was a year of free-flowing alcohol — so long, cash bars! Funny signs propped up at the bar encouraged guests to get their fill.
Disney’s Frozen took over the world for the elementary school set this year, and while we haven’t seen any Frozen-themed weddings (yet?), this incredible bar is befitting of an ice princess.
Your ceremony is the pinnacle of your wedding day, but it often gets overshadowed by the reception. That’s why we’ve fallen in love with the idea of doing something over-the-top right as you’re pronounced husband and wife — your guests will always remember that moment, instead of having your incredible dessert display being the only thing they’re talking about for weeks on end.
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