Your beach wedding party decor can be as elaborate or as simple as your individual tastes and preferences as a couple. Sometimes, simplicity is better particularly when it comes to having this intimate ceremony of your nuptials on a nice, beautiful beach. In fact, nature has offered you a spectacular ambience and backdrop. To supplement this, the following are some wedding beach decor ideas and things to do to customize your party venue.
Fill plastic buckets of tin with your favorite flowers and hang them on shepherd’s hooks or over your chairs as simple as that. Alternatively, if pails aren’t your thing, you can consider using simple glass jars because they are perfect and available in many sizes. Fill them with beautiful flowers, and then hang them with a string. This can be really gorgeous and attractive.
2. Starfish Pew Markers
For an up-market and luxurious feel hang lush-tassels in a very nice, neutral sand color just from pews and then attach beautiful shells or starfish to them. If you need something that is budget friendly and relatively more basic, simply tie a few ribbons or raffia in your chosen colors to two or more points of a starfish and then hang them to your chairs. It’s simple but very beautiful.
If you or your spouse is avid surfers, this is also one of the best wedding beach decor ideas you should consider having in place. Just bring great part of your life right into your beach wedding party decor. Simply cut out small surfboards from a balsa wood and then paint then using your favorite colors. You can also decide to personalize them by writing your names and/or the wedding date on each of them and hang on every pew. These surfboards also make very amazing keepsakes.
4. Palm leaves
Decorate your pews using simple palm leaves, which are cut to perfect size and hung over your pews with a ribbon or string. If you want more colors then you can add few tropical flowers, shells or leis.
5. Bucket of shells
Rather than using jars or buckets filled with beautiful flowers, it can also be a good thing to fill the pails with a few beautiful starfish and shells. This can look absolutely stunning if you can also incorporate some succulents. After that, hang them on the side of your chairs, especially on shepherds’ hooks or just on the floor.
6. Hawaiian Leis
You either make your own Hawaiian leis, or have a florist make it out of tropical flowers just to drape over the pews. You can use artificial flowers or real flowers or incorporate small pieces of driftwood and shell if your wedding ceremony isn’t really “tropical”.
7. Shepherds hooks
If you do not have chairs or perhaps you do not like the ideas of pew markers with anything to easily hang something from. In this case the shepherds’ hoods might be a good option. You can use these hooks in several ways for your wedding beach ceremony decor – simply hang some storm lanterns filled with beautiful flowers, jars or buckets of flowers, Chinese lanterns, pomanders or anything else you might think of.
8. Nautical style or Storm lanterns
It is also a good idea to consider having storm lanterns or just any nautical style lanterns can extremely make amazing wedding beach ceremony decorations. For instance, if you are looking for a minimalist look for your big day decor, then place them down the aisle with beautiful flowers inside or candles of different colors if you plan to have a sunset wedding ceremony. Alternatively, you could hang these lanterns from your pews with some draping.
9. Wedding flags
Simple flags can also make your wedding venue look very attractive and beautiful. Simply make some flags in your chosen colors or in any gauzy white materials and attach them to bamboo sticks. It is a very simple wedding beach decor idea, which is cheap and easy to make as well. This idea also looks amazing if there will be a slight breeze.
Buy or make some pinwheels in your chosen styles and colors and tie them to bamboo sticks or to the pews for a playful look, which works perfectly in the breeze.
Conclusively, there are also other wedding beach decor ideas such as distressed wood, coral, sand, shells, and crabs among others can also make a very beautiful wedding venue.