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Geometry Inspired Wedding

A lot of people might ascribe geometry and shapes to a minimalist wedding design but that doesn’t always have to be the case. In fact, our favorite thing about geometry inspired wedding décor is that you can dress it up or dress it down to suit your tastes. Simple shapes can feel super dramatic—like a backdrop for an on-stage performance or they can be bare bones shaped outlines that provide a frame for a natural scenic backdrop. Here are some geometric wedding designs and décor suggestions to get you inspired. Enjoy! 



We love this heptagonal wedding arch. It is such a blank slate that you can make it match any décor by dressing it up with florals of your choice. Placement outdoors could make this piece of décor an especially artistic back drop for exchanging your vows so be sure to play with placement. This arch could also be quite lovely indoors. It is simple and decorative without being over the top.


Another beautiful geometric backdrop used outdoors can be viewed in these stunning wedding photos featured on June Bug Weddings Wedding Blog. It is perfect for drawing attention to the couple in the busy desert landscape. The backdrop is colorful and bold but simple. And the photos turned out gorgeous! You can get a similar look by purchasing-or building arch frames and covering them with canvas covers like these:



You can tie in a geometric backdrop with the rest of your wedding décor using geometric cake stands, vases, lanterns, and centerpieces for example. You can group geometric shaped frames of different sizes to make a photo booth backdrop for guests, have geometric designs on your cake, and select invitations with geometry inspired designs. We love these glassless terrariums-available in different sizes-for creating interesting yet simple centerpieces.



Hope you found something that inspires you here! Share pics or geometric-inspired wedding décor projects and products in the comments below!








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