TREND SPOT: Pulling shapes – Geometric wedding decor

We at Wendy + Peter have noticed that there’s been some serious shapes being pulled at weddings recently…and their not just coming from the dance floor! Yes people, Geometric wedding decor is THE 2017 wedding styling trend to watch! And judging by our Instagram & Pinterest feeds, it looks like this new trend is going to stand the bridal test of time!

In our shape quest we stumbled across the South African wedding of Phumzile & Stian. We were in awe as we explored their reception space, where minimalist patterns & symmetric shapes blended foliage & greenery. Softened by nature & complimented by subtle pops of colour, this wedding created the perfect styled marriage of breathtaking naturalist elegance.

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Crisp white table linen & clear seating creates the perfect minimilist backdrop for our geometric inspired wedding reception © Michelle Du Toit
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Floor to ceiling windows give the guests the feeling of being one with nature, with breathtaking panoramic scenery inside & out! © Michelle Du Toit
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Symmetry & clean lines continue into the table wear. Incorporating stone & wooden blocks off set with gold lettering & slate coloured napkins. Creating the perfect suitable pop of colour & modern elegance while maintaining the earthy, naturalist feel. © Michelle Du Toit
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From the tables to the ceiling, wooden geometric hanging lamp shades placed at varied lengths & sizes create the perfect compliment to the sky high hanging foliage table settings © Michelle Du Toit
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Brass & copper table pieces create the perfect stand out against the naturist, wooden & stone features © Michelle Du Toit
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The wedding stationary & table plan’s design incorporated the textures of slate & marble, complimented by foliage to set the tone of the receptions styling © Michelle Du Toit
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No flowers needed, just let nature do it’s work! © Michelle Du Toit
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STUNNING © Michelle Du Toit
THE COLLECTIVE 
Photography: Michelle Du Toit 
Decor & Flowers: Grand Room Design
Venue: Vrede & Lust
Stationary: Fainlife 

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