Norah Sleep’s Bunting Wedding

March 4, 2014

in Colours, Decorations, Design, Detail

Bunting wedding

When it comes to wedding styling,  a bunting wedding is just a fabulous look, especially if the chosen flags are in the wedding colour scheme.

I find it is the little details and finishing touches that really gives a wedding that extra ‘wow’ factor and this beautiful cotton designer bunting strung across this wedding marquee does ensure this marquee as that extra ‘wow’ factor.

Wedding marquee bunting

Bunting can also be draped outside between trees, along fences, over archways and around gateways, the possibilities are endless. Unfortunately it was a little wet for this wedding, though that didn’t stop them when it came to adding bunting.

Wedding bunting

With bunting being very popular for most seasons and with lots of options in the market place, the secret is to choose the perfect colour and style of bunting for your wedding, ensuring you match the bunting in with your wedding theme. For a shabby chic or rustic wedding theme I feel pattern bunting is one way to add an extra splash of colour to the wedding decor.

Wedding cake bunting

Don’t limit yourself to just using bunting to decorating the wedding venue, it is very versatile and can also be used for wedding invites, wedding table seating plan, alternative wedding guest book, wedding cake decor and even a photographic backdrop and it is so easy to make your own from paper or fabric. See Norah’s homemade wedding bunting for more details.

I find bunting  is a very easy and inexpensive way to add a little splash of colour and style to any wedding.

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Sharon Maher is a wedding and party planner, event venue stylist and also writes the blogs Norah Sleep Wedding Style, Norah Sleep Living Style and My Wedding Marquee about weddings, food, fashion, style and things that inspire her in life. Find her on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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