Gazebo weddings are an undeniably elegant and sophisticated option for brides and grooms who wish to say “I do” with a sunset backdrop. With so many gazebo weddings flooding Pinterest, the desire for a unique wedding is only natural. We worked to create a one-of-a-kind gazebo style that even Pinterest would find Pin Worthy!
Make a statement by incorporating the following gazebo decorations for weddings.
Whimsical Wind Chimes
At Danversport, we have both a gazebo and a pergola for our event spaces. In either location, adding character with whimsical wind chimes can be an unexpected way of sharing a couples story. One family collected wind chimes from each vacation destination — imagine having one of your favorite hanging in the gazebo as they tell the experiences the couple shared.
Dreamcatchers are all the rage right now, from home and nursery decor to wedding decorations. Believed to filter out all the bad dreams and leave behind only the good, dream catchers can provide the same symbolism on your big day, allowing only your most romantic hopes for the future to be with you as you tie the knot. This unique decoration is increasingly popular at bohemian chic weddings, but can be uniquely infused into a gazebo design.
Greenery is a lovely addition for a gazebo wedding. Plants allow members of the green movement to show their passion by incorporating their love of nature into their big day. Bonsai trees represent the peace, calm, and serenity you desire for your wedding day.
Indian Culture Inspired Fabric
For a bold, yet sophisticated look, outfit your gazebo with stunning Indian culture inspired fabric. Increasingly used as a backdrop for indoor weddings, vibrant Indian fabric can be just as lovely in an outdoor context. Bright reds, oranges, and yellows evoke energy and excitement. The traditional jlamprang pattern features water lilies, which represent the harmony of bride and groom as they unite as a couple.
Your future bride or groom has the key to your heart; outfitting your gazebo with lovely antique keys will again tell a story and create a theme for your wedding day. Easy to find in antique stores, at estate sales, and online, these keys can be incorporated into flower bouquets, lanterns, or chandeliers for a look that is both subtle and memorable.
Pearl or Crystal Details
Strings of pearl and crystal are often used as table centerpieces, but few weddings take the next step and incorporate these details into the gazebos design. Pearls look especially stunning when integrated into candle holders, flower decorations, and gazebo drapery. Crystal is typically used in chandeliers, but can also be draped to create a beautiful look that effortlessly transitions from day to night.
A little ingenuity can go a long way as you prepare for your gazebo wedding. If you want a distinctive look, traditional flowers, fabrics, and other typical gazebo decorations for weddings can be enhanced with many of the ideas our event coordinators have shared