14 ways to add heart décor to your wedding venue

23 Jan 2019

To celebrate Valentine's Day on February 14th, we have 14 ways to include heart shaped décor in your wedding venue set-up

1. Guest Book

If you have a traditional theme in mind for your wedding, then a classic guest book is a must-have item for your guests to leave heartfelt messages of love and support for you both to look back on in years to come. 

 
 
 
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2. Wedding Guest Frame

If a traditional guest book doesn't appeal to you but you still want to remember loved ones who attended, then why not display a guest frame? Guests can write their names on the hearts and drop them into the frame. You can then display it in your home as a unique way to remember your big day. 

 
 
 
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3. Light-Up Décor

One of the growing trends for weddings this year is illuminated décor. Light-up decorations are available in all shapes and sizes to suit your wedding theme. From 6ft initial letters to smaller glowing hearts - they are a fun way to add light to any venue. 

 
 
 
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4. Table Confetti

If you are looking to add heart décor in a more understated way, then table confetti is a lovely way to add character and charm to your table settings; why not personalise them with your names and the date of your big day?

 
 
 
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5. Bridal Party Keepsakes

These heart-shaped tags for your bridal party are simple yet elegant, and can be adapted to any colour scheme. Gift them to the relevant bridal party member as you are all getting ready and then they can all take them home to remember their special part in your big day. 

 
 
 
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6. Table Place Settings

These personalised heart slate table settings are a unique way for your guests to find their seat at the table and take them home as a memorable keepsake. For the budget savvy bride, using heart-shaped card works just as well. 

 
 
 
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7. Candles

Candles are always a popular element to wedding décor as they add a glowing romantic atmosphere. For something different, why not use heart-shaped tealights or use them as wedding favours? 

 
 
 
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8. Table Plan Display

Add some wow factor to your table seating plan with a heart-shaped wreath decorated in flowers to match your wedding theme or the colours within your bouquet. 

 
 
 
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9. Wedding Cake

Get inspired by this four-tiered wedding cake complete with heart-shaped cut-out. Not only is it something completely different, but it's sure to get your wedding guests talking. 

 
 
 
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10. Sweet Treats

If the cake is a bit over the top for you but you still want a sweet treat for your guests to enjoy, then these heart-shaped themed cookies are a fun way to satisfy your guests' tastebuds. Why not order an extra batch for wedding favours?

 
 
 
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11. Wedding Favour Boxes

If you have already decided on your wedding favours, then these heart-shaped boxes are a charming way to display them. Order them from a supplier or print off an online template and make them yourself. 

 
 
 
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12. Heart-Shaped Confetti

Available in all different colours, including glitter and shimmer varieties, heart-shaped confetti is a whimsical addition to any wedding and ideal for those picture-perfect exit photographs. 

 
 
 
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13. Drink Charms

Not only a great idea for the guests' drinks on the top table, but a unique keepsake for guests to take away with them. 

 
 
 
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14. Wedding Sign

Great for outdoor and indoor décor, wedding signs are a fun way to display anything from your favourite quotes and personalisation, to guiding guests to the ceremony or reception. 

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