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The Wedding of Lidia Dhany
by Elior Design

Updated on 14 January 2020, Bandung

All trends come and go, but if something is gorgeous enough, it'll eventually make a comeback. Macramé may have been big news back in the '70s, but over the past couple of years it's made a big resurgence in wedding decoration! Macramé wedding details are a modern way to represent bohemian style for wedding decoration. This time we used it on almost every spot. A bohemian infused wedding is like pages from a mythical woodland enchanted book. Boho weddings have a distinct soft and romantic feel that is earthy and inspired by nature and the beautiful outdoors. We personally love using macrame at the entrance gate. How about using palm and dried leaves for your ceremony decoration? These tropical palm leaves are perfect and simply beautiful, especially when mixed with rattan lamps and soft colored flowers. The trend for tropical plants, fresh or dried, is everywhere right now and recently on real weddings. Lush and earthy-toned, these magnificent leaves can help create a super chic statement for your big day. And by the way, this spot double functioned as holy matrimony and tea ceremony background. If you had prewedding photos taken, you'll want to show them off on the big day. This time they were displayed with leaves, fresh and dried. And we really love this idea ❤️


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