Styling your Wedding Day
Bagged the venue of your dream but don’t know how to style it?
Why not take inspiration from the venue itself? We really are spoilt for choice when it comes to the diversity of venue available to get married in. Whether you have a blank canvas to decorate or a beautifully natural venue there are so many ways to complement your surroundings.
Take inspiration from the textures, building materials, era and use your venue to guide the initial decisions. If your venue is local to us we may have even styled it with our hanging lanterns previously! Either way here at The Hanging Lantern Company our design team is on hand to help you select the perfect mix of our coloured paper lanterns to compliment.
If you're totally stuck for inspiration why not turn to your flowers as they play such a dominant part in almost every wedding. Kerry, our in-house designer has worked within the wedding floristry industry for over 20 years and therefore has the knowledge and expertise to discuss the flowers you are using and which of our wedding lanterns would best suit your theme.
If you want to add a traditional something blue to your big day why not use a mixture of our light and dark blue paper lanterns.
A hand tied bouquet of hydrangeas mixed with ice white roses would set the day off perfectly.See the look Cool Blue Hanging Lantern Installation
A pure white wedding looks simply stunning and we think should be applied to every detail.
White chivari chairs, pure, crisp linen and sparkling glass table centres for starters. An over-arm bouquet of arum lilies and lily grass with a small amount of peral detailing would be perfect!See the look Pure White Wedding Lanterns and Flowers
Autumnal coloured wedding lanterns look striking against the cream backdrop of a plain marquee.
Pick out one colour to be the main influence throughout the rest of your wedding decor and floral highlights.See the look Autumnal Paper Hanging Lanterns
A hand tied posy of roses, tulips and mixed foilage would complement a marquee scattered with pink and peach paper lanterns.
Touches of gold scattered throughout add an opulent feeling and a little sparkle that can be replicated in your florals by adding trailing shimmering organza.See the look Pastel and Gold Hanging Lanterns
Complement a neutral paper lantern canopy with a sophisticated bunch of formal tulips.
Be sure to use partially open and fully open tulips to mirror a mix of small, medium and large paper lanterns hanging at varying heights from wooden beams in a rustic countryside barn.See the look Cream and Ivory Paper Hanging Lanterns