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Geometric Decor for Your Modern Wedding

Geometric Decor for Your Modern Wedding

Here are some of our absolute favorite geometric ideas for your wedding day, from simple additions to the groom’s look to shoes that we’d like to add to our closets ASAP.



There are some details that just scream ‘modern wedding.’ Whether that means you and your significant other are all about clean lines or bright colors, there’s one more detail that’s practically guaranteed to give off contemporary vibes at your celebration: geometric decor.





Neon Place Setting: Geometric plates plus pops of neon are a definite win for this place setting, which is equal parts contemporary and whimsical (we’re looking at you, kumquat).





Geometric Sculptures: This gorgeous, brassy cube sculpture was one of our absolute favorite details from the entire summer edition of mywedding. Check out the feature here, we’re sure you won’t regret it.





DIY Geometric Cake Toppers: We almost forgot to mention it, but these pretty DIY cake toppers are edible, too. Try to make them without eating one (we dare you).





DIY Geometric Sculptures: These sculptures make for a great DIY project and an even better addition to your reception tables. Check here for the DIY instructions.





Ceremony Aisle Decor: While jars and pretty flowers are always welcome in the realm of ceremony and aisle decor, we’d never thought to decorate pews themselves – but these honeycomb-inspired cutouts are the perfect addition to an already lovely arrangement.





Layered Centerpieces: The geometric details in this multi-faceted centerpiece is super subtle, but that doesn’t make it any less wonderful when you do notice it.





3-D Table Runner: These vibrant paper cubes are an eye-catching alternative to traditional flowers. Plus, the three-dimensional table runner effect feels modern and fun.





Gold & White Runner: For a slightly more neutral approach to the geometric-inspired table runner check out this number, which take the same fun shapes and swaps out statement colors for a more monochromatic, elegant look.





Geometric Block Centerpieces: Who knew wood blocks could be such awesome wedding decor? We love the robin’s egg blue paint on the triangle escort card holder, too.





Honeycomb Hanging Installation: It’s confession time. This honeycomb style backdrop has us itching to bust out our crafting skills and see if we can duplicate it…but we may have to leave that task to the professionals.






Geometric Bracelets: The perfect modern detail to wear on your big day.





Glittery Non-Floral Bouquet: This geometric non-floral bridesmaid bouquet still packs a punch thanks to the assistance of some bright colors and gold glitter.






Edgy Geometric Headpiece: If your wedding day is going to be a little bit modern and a little bit boho, this delicate triangle patterned headpiece may be just the accessory you’re looking for.





Simple Geometric Escort Cards: While these escort cards could fit in pretty easily with another favorite trend of ours, the hexagonal and square shapes lend themselves beautifully to a geometrically-inclined celebration.





Man’s Best Friend: First of all, this pup is the cutest. Second, his bow tie has the best geometric print. The fact that it matches the groom’s non-traditional boutonniere is just the icing on the cake.





Modern Wedding Invitations: Somehow the juxtaposition of mountain images and geometric details makes these wedding invitations incredibly edgy. Like this elopement should also involve flower crowns and/or leather jackets along with its contemporary accents.





Geometric Table Numbers: This table number’s shape really helps it stand out against the softer feel of this wedding’s centerpieces, even though its design is minimal.





Bright Reception Chair Signs: It’s tough to beat a good chair sign – especially when it involves triangles and glitter.





Minimal Geometric Wedding Programs: We love the way this geometric heart-shaped print runs off the top and bottom of the page, and the soft blue and green color palette is beautiful.

DIY Triangle Hanging Backdrop: What do you get when you combine a whole lot of paper triangles and a sewing machine? This ridiculously easy DIY wedding backdrop.






Sequined Geometric Wedding Dress: Can you say glamorous? This dress’s white and silver colors and patterned sequins are nothing short of stunning.




Modern Gold Necklace: A geometric statement necklace is the perfect match for a modern bride with her eye on a sleek or understated wedding dress like the one above.






Geometric Gemstone Cake: This cake may be too pretty to eat. We’re serious. That incredible gemstone style detail isn’t making the decision to grab a fork any easier.






White & Print Heels: With these shoes on our geometric decor radar, we knew we needed to save the best for last. Can you imagine those colorful toes peeping out from beneath the white dress of your dreams? We can, and we think they’re going to look fabulous, darling.




Have any of these geometric modern wedding details caught your eye? Let us know in the comments below!




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