Geometric decor is an eye-catching design trend that often features unique shapes and strong lines. The interesting part about this trend is that it can blend in with almost any decor theme for a wedding! You can pick up a few copper and gold terrariums to create a modern look for your tables or you can stack a few wooden hexagons together and adorn it with flowers to create a more whimsical backdrop for your vows or your sweetheart table. These pieces can either accent your existing decor or stand alone as striking structures to wow your guests!

The easiest way to think of ways to incorporate geometric decor is to consider different shapes, materials and accents you can add. Like we mentioned earlier, metallic terrariums and wooden hexagons can create completely different feels. Other things to consider are different sizes! For example, you can create a geometric wedding arch by hanging circles of varying sizes from a normal frame and paint these different colors from your palette. This can create a fun and contemporary background for you and your special someone to exchange vows. You can also use one large circle decorated with greenery and a few statement flowers to create a stand-out arch to encompass your entire ceremony.

ProFlowers has a visual guide full of geometric decor inspiration so you can see all of the different ways you can incorporate this trend into your wedding! They include tips ranging from aisle decor to reception table settings. For example, you can put together unique name cards for your guests by handwriting on a piece of polished glass! Glass and acrylic materials are complementary decor trends that are popular in many weddings. Pair this with geometric shapes, metallic accents and floral touches for a beautiful reception place setting. Take a look at their full guide to see what tips you can use for your special day!

Many thanks to ProFlowers for supplying this fabulous infographic:

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