Here are 27 cool sweetheart wedding table backdrops to try, from Weddingomania:
When you are choosing decor for your reception, the first thing to think about is a sweetheart table.
This is the main spot of any reception and it should somehow stand out to highlight the couple even more. Besides thinking of the table decor you’ll need a nice backdrop that will make a cool accent, and the backdrop should match your wedding theme, colors and style.
To make the choice easier, we’ve gathered a whole bunch of ideas that may inspire you.
Let’s have a look at them.
Floral and greenery walls are popular as backdrops for wedding ceremonies, and the same is true about sweetheart table backdrops. Opt for a greenery wall with blooms that match your wedding florals and your may place a table runner of the same flowers and greenery on the table.
A floral wall is a gorgeous idea for a glam, garden or just refined and luxurious wedding, it’s always a great idea! If you want something more modern, try a living wall divided with geometric lines – moss, greenery and even matching fabric are welcome.
Wooden backdrops are great for many wedding styles: rustic, boho, vintage, farmhouse, vintage and many others. It can be a wooden backdrop of reclaimed or barnwood, or a backdrop of plywood – it depends on your wedding style. Decorate it with lush greenery and blooms that fit your wedding style. You may also add lights on candles on top of the backdrop, monograms and letters attached are also welcome.
The fastest idea is making a fabric backdrop, sometimes just some draped fabric is enough. You may decorate the curtains with foliage, blooms, an oversized rhinestone brooch or lights. Use fabrics that fit your wedding style – maybe the same as your tablecloths. You may add some overhead flowers and hanging lights to make the space look cooler.
There are many more ideas to try: aged metal, various shutters and folding screens can be also used for sweetheart table backdrops. Decorate them with greenery and blooms that fit your wedding decor and voila, the idea is realized!