Wedding styling inspiration

Once the ceremony is over and you’re officially Mrs and Mr, it’s time to celebrate, let your hair down and dance the night away. With all the décor choices that are available to you, there’s never been a better time to think outside the box. Bride Tasmania has sourced some great ideas to transform your wedding reception space from recent Tasmanian weddings.

1 Hessian table runners

Add some rustic appeal to your wedding reception with fabulous hessian table runners. Photographs: Lucid Photography

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2 Lawn games

Keep your wedding guests amused for hours with entertaining lawn games. Photograph: All that Visual Stuff

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3 Leave a photographic memory

In this case, guests can leave polaroid images of themselves as a lasting memento for the happy couple. Photograph: Jon Jarvela Photographer

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4 Personalised touches

Personalised touches are key to planning a memorable day. Incorporate a piece of you and the one you love throughout your ceremony and reception. This personalised cake topper is a great example. Photograph: Jon Jarvela Photographer

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5 Floral details

Wedding styling doesn’t need to be complicated. Brighten your reception tables with bunches of daisies in mason jars. Photograph: Jon Jarvela Photographer

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6 Add some sparkle

Offer your guests wedding sparklers and you’ll end up with some amazing nighttime wedding images. Photograph: Jon Jarvela Photographer

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7 Long table

The trend of long, banquet-style tables has gained popularity amongst brides and grooms and it’s not hard to see why. Photograph: Lifestyle Images by Alexandra Grimshaw

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8 Vintage furniture

We love the use of this old chest of drawers to dispense tissues and fans. It’s also a pretty way to take the indoors outside. Photograph: All That Visual Stuff

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9 Wine barrels

Wine barrels are a great way to display a host of wedding-related items. In this case they’re used for a self-service bar. Photograph: Lifestyle Images by Alexandra Grimshaw

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