Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. You want to make sure you stay organized so everything goes seamlessly. Creating your wedding day decor list 1-2 months before your wedding is a great way to stay on track. But what exactly do you need to bring? Every wedding and couple is different so not everyone’s decor list will have the same items. From a card box to signage, there are plenty of options for personalizing your wedding decor. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the most popular personal decor items to purchase for your wedding.
Flatlay & Detail Shots- When your photographers first arrive, they may want to start with detail shots and this can include flatlays. Here is a breakdown of what you should collect and have ready for your photographer to style: invitation suite, menu, rings, bouquet, shoes, accessories, vow books, perfume or cologne, family heirlooms, wedding day attire and champagne or wedding day drinks.
Customized Wedding Signage– One of the best ways to add a personal touch to your wedding decor is through customized signage. You can create signs that welcome your guests, guide them to different areas of your wedding, or even display your wedding hashtag. Here is a list of signs you may need for your big day: welcome sign, seating chart, bar signs, sign our guest book sign, memory table sign, wedding hashtag sign, Venmo QR code sign and dessert table sign.
Ceremony Necessities– A wedding ceremony tends to be the most special part of the day so you want to make sure you prepare all your needed items for this moment. Here are some essential items you may need for your ceremony: aisle runner, programs, vow books, marriage license, reserved seating signs, flower girl basket, ring bearer pillow, fake petals to throw and don’t forget the rings!
Welcome Table Decor– A welcome table at a wedding typically includes items that greet guests and provide them with essential information about the event. Here are some common items that you can consider placing on a wedding welcome table: card box, framed engagement photos, guestbook and pens, disposable cameras, fans and hand sanitizer.
Table Top Items– When it comes to your guest tables, there are many items to keep in mind. Your venue may include the essential items like silverware, glassware, plates, linens and napkins or you may need to bring these items in. Here is a list of other items you may need to complete your table design: menus, place cards, personal champagne glasses, table numbers, charger plates, candles and wedding favors.
Other Decor Goodies– Your personal decor does not stop there! Here are some other items you may want to add to your list: cake stand, dessert platters, cake topper, cake knife and server, custom bar napkins, drink stirrers, sparklers or grand exit essentials, lawn games, second outfit, champagne coupes & champagne bottles for tower and dancing props.