It’s your day, so do it right. Choosing a custom fabric project for your wedding day will make your experience unique and tailored to fit your personality.
With all the planning that goes into one day of family, love and laughter, it’s important that everything fits just right, from the flowers to the table runners. We put together a few tips to help make the most important day in your life even more perfect, using textiles to bring it all together.
Are you looking to soften the look of your venue? Draped fabrics add a soft, romantic feel to your space. Light, airy fabrics can be draped on everything from chairs to doorways to achieve the ideal look for your venue. Using the right fabric to drape on the walls will transform the space for your special day.
Consider draping fabric to create a dramatic, yet beautiful archway to welcome guests or to frame the stage where you’ll say your “I do’s.”
Choosing the Right Fabric For the Job
When it comes to picking the right fabrics for your wedding day, two things are extra important: color and material. Soft, flowing textiles will help add a romantic touch to the venue. Pastels and metallic are both big wedding trends this year, producing very different looks.
With a wide variety of fabrics and colors to choose from, our design team can help you pick the right fabric to bring your décor together. Whether you need tablecloths, runners, curtains or another project, we’ll help you achieve the look you need.
Textures and Layers
Combine delicate elements with something more robust to add depth and contrast to your wedding décor. Soft, sheer and lace fabrics paired with a solid, strong fabric create a dominant partnership of fabric, with dimensions to spice up the romance!
Once considered old-fashioned, lace textiles have made a comeback in recent years. Make a statement with lacy table runners and give your table setting a delicate, feminine touch.
In addition to large design items like curtains, tablecloths and runners, smaller fabric pieces can add a little something extra to your big day. Try wrapping your bouquet in a pretty fabric or ribbon to keep things together and add a personal touch. You can also personalize your aisle by adding an eye-popping aisle runner.
Add in another personal touch with upholstered items. Incorporating statement pieces into your ceremony or reception space creates a welcoming feel for your guests and steers away from the “cookie-cutter” wedding. Make the space your own!