09 Mar How to Have an Artistic Wedding
Couples celebrate their uniqueness by making their wedding more personalized. They select things like their favorite food, drink or things that remind them of where they come from.
At the Oaks Waterfront, we have noticed an increase in the use of artistic elements in weddings taking place in Maryland. From the use of subtle color of the paintbrush details on the invitation cards to the use of watercolor designs and excellent calligraphy on the papers used by the couples. Some would even go as far as hiring an actual artist on-site to capture the true emotion of your glorious event on canvas. Whatever your choice may be using artsy details is a long-lasting way to add a spectacular flair to wedding décor. So, how do you create an artistic wedding?
- Be Intentional
Artistic weddings are unique kinds of weddings. Every detail has to be carefully thought out. Your planning must be precise to the letter and everything has to be beautifully and creatively put together. Even your location has to be stylish with stunning edifice just like we have at the Oaks Waterfront. When it comes to your wedding, try to imagine a well thought out piece of artistry.
- Keep Things Simple
The décor for your artistic wedding has to be refined, beautiful but simple. Rather than using noisy designs with several colors, go for more natural light colors and use simple elements. Make use of a lot of plants, foliage, and natural components.
- Think Romantically
Make your artistic weddings romantic weddings. The feel of your artistic wedding should be romantic so go for soft colors, soft music, comfortable lighting and use natural colors. Also, go for feminine flowers and sleek fashion.
Ensure that the pictures and videos from your wedding should be soft, fine and dreamy. We’re thinking gorgeous pictures that look like captured events in a storybook rather than vibrant pictures with high contrast.
What are you waiting for? Why not call us and book your wedding with us at The Oaks today? Our waterfront inn and its grounds become an artistic private preserve for you, your wedding party and guests on the evening before, the day of and the morning after your waterfront wedding celebration.