There are so many unique ways to incorporate burlap into your wedding decor and the results can be very budget friendly, stylish and provide plenty of versatility. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite ways to use burlap in your wedding to show you plenty of ways to use this popular fabric.
There are so many ways to include burlap in your decorations! Using burlap when designing your table decor is a great way to add texture and gives an au natural effect. If you love a softer look with burlap, pair it with delicate flowers in simple glass vases incorporating string. If you’re going for the rustic vibe, try including elements of wood in your decor.
Wrapping burlap around the base of your boutonnieres or placing it behind the flowers will give them a stylish, vintage feel.
Combining burlap with lace, ribbon, pins or buttons when creating your wedding bouquet is a popular trend right now. It can give your floral arrangement a touch of modern flair or rustic charm!
There are many ways you can use burlap to showcase your table numbers. If you’re going to use something as large as a wine bottle, keep the rest of your table decor using burlap to a minimum. Burlap tags or signs are a simple way to add a touch of burlap, popping out of flowers or on the side of a vase are simple perfect.
A burlap table runner makes your wedding table stand out and is enough decor in itself. Just add your beautiful flowers and simple candles and voila – an understated look with a touch of elegance!
6.WEDDING INVITATIONS & STATIONERY
Using burlap to create your wedding invitations and stationary is so unique and your guests will definitely love the beauty of them. This is the perfect project for someone who wants to create their own invites – simply add a burlap ribbon or wrap your invitations in burlap!
There’s something so romantic about a burlap wedding altar and it’s a great way to incorporate burlap in your ceremony. We love the look of pairing burlap with vintage elements like old doors and the idea of incorporating vibrant flowers or banners to your wedding altar.