To mark the approaching Valentine’s Day we’re celebrating the most romantic day of the year with a wedding theme perfect for the two love birds. Here’s our very pretty guide to the very pretty love bird wedding theme.
A love bird wedding theme may sound very niche, but really it can be one of the most versatile. For a classic take on it you may consider a theme based on doves, swans or starlings (but you could even go bold and summery with exotic birds of paradise).
One of the simplest ways to incorporate love birds into your wedding decor is to use pretty themed birdcages filled with flowers or candles, or as wishing well boxes personalised with stationery or charms. We also love the idea of miniature nests and tiny birds, and shaped ceramic or porcelain vases.
Confetti have a range of products that are perfect little wedding accents or wedding favours; just look at these cute little dishes and nests, coasters, duckies, and mini birdhouses that we even offer in a unique favour box format.
A love bird wedding theme could make your wedding decor very beautiful. Suspend decorative birds or feathers from the ceiling to wow your guests, hang pretty wood veneer signs from the walls or on the back of chairs, or have a contemporary love bird cake topper perch on your cake.
One of our favourite love bird products is the gorgeous ceramic bird that can sit on the edge of a vase or glass. Something oh so simple transforms a wedding drink station or centrpeice (and they look doubly adorable if finished off with a pretty bow).
We also offer an entire love bird theme stationery collection, from invitations all the way through to favour tags and wrappers, as well as owl-inspired place cards and woodland themed stationery holders that add a wonderful finishing touch.
Furthermore, other little bits and pieces go a long way to complete your love bird wedding theme, including this charming little love bird garter:
A love bird wedding theme is particularly popular for a spring wedding, as well as other motifs like our delightful hugging bears a doe and stag theme, and even traditional, contemporary couple’s figurines: