12 Decor Ideas That *Aren’t* Seashells for Your Shore Wedding
You can do better than conch shells and starfish.
Look: Just because you’re getting married at the beach doesn’t mean you’ve got to stick starfish on your candle holders and calligraph sand dollars for escort cards. You’re more creative than than that! Here are 12 other beach decor ideas for your Shore wedding, guaranteed to make things feel modern, fun, and, most importantly, a little more unique.
Oversized leaves look cool on invites and, come reception, pair wonderfully with lucite and matte white for a sleek and modern vibe.
Evokes the waves crashing on the shore, especially when done in shades of blue.
Looks cool against white furniture, which is easy to come by down the Shore.
The beachside version of a rustic wedding replaces unfinished wood disks with elegant driftwood.
One of 2019’s biggest wedding trends also happens to be perfect for weddings at the water.
The easy romance of the coastline is best conveyed in semi-opaque hues of blue and green.
Bring out the boho vibes for your Big Day with knotted twine accents dotted with bright blooms.
Sea Grass chargers add instant island flair to to a tropical-themed tablescape.
Speaking of tropical: how fun are these Prime-able flamingo statues?
Everyone’s expecting yellow or pink. Take an upscale approach to prep with muted shades of navy or slate.
East Falls-based Mexican-American artist Karina Puente free-cuts folk art patterns onto custom-dyed paper sans any pre-drawn patterns. She works with couples to create ceremony backdrops, ceiling installations, table runners, and more.
Vintage options are a relaxed alternative to yacht-club-favored nautical flags.
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