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Vintage, rustic and English country garden wedding themes are still going strong, and these often include wedding reception decorations featuring table centrepieces in jam jars, small crystal vases, mixed containers or urns.
Other items such as milk bottles, crates, vintage food tins and drinks bottles are also popular to help create this look. In 2013 we saw a resurgence of the art deco style too, thanks to the launch of the hugely popular blockbuster film The Great Gatsby starring Leonardo di Caprio.
Weddings in unusual venues such as barns, warehouses or marquees can also provide a spectacular backdrop for your special day, and your wedding flowers and decorations can be adapted to suit their decor and style.
Barns could demand a rustic style of wedding flowers, but equally something modern to provide a contrasting look. Equally a modern warehouse may look good with wild designs, or you may wish to complement it with something strikingly modern and chic. Marquees can cater for virtually any style, from pretty and quaint through to avant garde.
Wedding themes can also of course be based on colour, with pastels one of the most frequent choices, but increasingly all white, neutral or contrasting bright themes are seen too. Colour schemes for wedding flowers often depend on the colour of the bridesmaids' dresses, or perhaps the overarching theme of the day.
For example the all white or neutral colour palette is popular for designer wedding, whereas a mix of bright colours is often used to complement an eclectic theme.