Silk and satin ribbons have long been connected with weddings, from wedding gowns to bridal veils. There are, however, a plethora of additional eye-catching ways to incorporate ribbon into your wedding décor. Ribbons come in a variety of designs, colors, fabrics, and textures, so incorporating them into your ceremony and reception elements is a simple way to add a unique character.
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Super Inspiring Ribbon Wedding Ideas
- Super Inspiring Ribbon Wedding Ideas
- 1. Ribbon bouquets
- 2. Ribbons Stationery
- 3. Ceremonial Decor with Ribbons
- 4. Ribbon Table Plans
- 5. The Wedding Ribbon Wands
- 6. Ribbon Backdrops
- 7. Ribbon Chair Decor
- 8. Ribbon Wedding Cakes
- 9. Ribbon Escort Cards
- 10. Ribbon for Place Settings
- 11. Ribbon Chandeliers and Installations
- 12. Wedding Favors with Ribbon
- Final words
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1. Ribbon bouquets
If you’ve decided to go down the aisle with a bouquet, there are numerous alternatives to consider, ranging from color combinations to styles. The days of just being able to carry a bouquet with stems tightly wrapped in a gleaming satin ribbon are long gone. Florists have been getting creative, combining stunning, hand-dyed, loose ribbons with elegantly asymmetric flowers. A bouquet with a long ribbon is a lovely style that more and more brides are incorporating into their wedding day plans.
A romantic touch to bridal bouquets is the addition of trailing silk, satin, or velvet ribbon. With a variety of ribbons in different tints and textures, your bouquet will be elevated to a new level.
2. Ribbons Stationery
All of your wedding-related paper goods make up a stationery suite. Save the dates and invites, as well as thank you cards, answer cards, and other vital information, should all be included (like programs, travel information, and hotel options). Adding a touch of ribbon to your invites, ceremony programs, and day-of stationery is a wonderful way to incorporate your wedding colors into your day. That being said, the ribbon bow is arguably the most often utilized item in producing a beautiful wedding invitation.
3. Ceremonial Decor with Ribbons
Dress up the altar, chair backs, or even your “I dos” ceremony background with ribbons. Without the necessary ribbon decorations, a wedding isn’t a wedding! It’s usually white or pink, but you may make it any color you like.
4. Ribbon Table Plans
Guide guests to their dining seats with the help of these pretty escort cards. The coolest part about this exhibit is that doubles up as an interactive decoration!
5. The Wedding Ribbon Wands
Wedding ribbon wands are simple to make and inexpensive, but they might take a long time to complete. Having your guests cheer you on as you go down the aisle as newlyweds is a sweet way to commemorate the occasion. They are also a sweet and budget-friendly floral choice for your littlest attendants.
6. Ribbon Backdrops
A ribbon is a terrific way to bring color and joy to your room, whether it’s behind the head table, the cake table, or the backdrop for your photo booth. Using lengths of ribbon strung from a frame, create a flowing background or chuppah for your wedding ceremony. This looks great both inside and out, and it can be used as a wedding dessert table or photo booth background at your reception site.
7. Ribbon Chair Decor
The newlyweds’ chairs could be marked with a different color of fabric, extra flowers, or ribbons. Adding a personal touch to the guest chairs is an easy way to save money without sacrificing style. Let your creativity flow, and don’t forget to pin or post your favorite images on social media! Buy ribbon in bulk and use it to cover the chairs all the way to the floor.
8. Ribbon Wedding Cakes
What could be prettier than a lovely wedding cake completed with a ribbon bow? A quick and easy method to dress up a plain cake. Remember: when it comes to making this style work for your own wedding cake, ribbons aren’t your only alternative.
9. Ribbon Escort Cards
We appreciate how basic materials, such as ribbon, can create a big impression. Dainty and romantic, escort cards coupled with calligraphy and ribbons or silk bows create the nicest greeting for your guests. Ribbon comes in a wide range of colors, making it ideal for accentuating a color scheme.
10. Ribbon for Place Settings
Decorate your dinner napkins with silk, satin, or velvet ribbons for a pretty touch. The names of your guests can be written in calligraphy on the ribbons for an extra special touch.
11. Ribbon Chandeliers and Installations
Create a big wow factor with these chandelier and large-scale installations – certainly not one to take on yourself, talk to a wedding stylist about making something really amazing.
12. Wedding Favors with Ribbon
Add a delicate ribbon bow to your favorite boxes for a simple yet pretty finishing touch.
One Fab Day tip: Even if not planning a huge ribbon project, we usually suggest brides to acquire a few lengths or spools of ribbon in their wedding tones since it is such a versatile item to have in your wedding kit. When in doubt, utilize my slogan – slap a ribbon on it!
Ribbon can help you reinforce your wedding-day aesthetic. Are you planning a boho gathering? Choose a gauzy ethereal variant. Velvet ribbon is your best bet if you require a textural feature that also refers to your opulent black-tie wedding. What’s the bottom line? Another option to personalize your special day is to use a ribbon. To see what we mean, consider the following ideas, which show you how to incorporate ribbon into your celebration in a variety of ways. By the time you’re done, you’ll notice that this minor detail has made a significant difference in the overall look of your wedding.
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