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Trending Pineapple Decor Ideas for Your Wedding

Trending Pineapple Decor Ideas for Your Wedding

 

 

Get inspired by the juicy trend that’s taking the world by storm! Whether you’re hosting a beach destination wedding or looking to add some tropical flair, check out these pineapple decor ideas for your next event.

 

 

You Are the Pineapple of My Eye Sign by The Alison Show

 

 

The Pineapple of My Eye

 

One thing about this trend we love is its timeless symbolism. The pineapple represents hospitality, which makes it all the better to include in a get together with close friends and family. This print would be a great complement for the dessert table at a brunch wedding or bridal shower.

 

 

 

Modern Pineapple Dinner Party Tablescape by Studio DIY

 

 

Sweet Sophistication

 

If you want to add unique details for a memorable beach theme, these pineapple decorations really set the scene. Combined with palm fronds, tiki glasses and greenery printed balloons, this dinner party inspires a whole new take for a tropical wedding.

 

 

 

Pineapple Bridesmaid Bouquet via 100 Layer Cake

 

 

A Beachy Bouquet

 

There’s always an alternative to a traditional floral arrangement for every wedding theme and that includes this fun idea. Perfect for a summertime beach wedding, a lovely bunch of pineapples could take the place of a bridal bouquet. Don’t forget about the groom — there are plenty of boutonniere ideas to match.

 

 

 

Pineapple Wedding Cake Topper by Hannah Costello

 

 

A Lovely Bunch

 

From a beautiful oceanside ceremony to tiny tropical details, everything about Whitney Port’s big day raised the bar for beach weddings everywhere. This cake topper was definitely one of the best parts, there’s really nothing as adorable as these tiny pineapples.

 

 

 

Pastel Pineapple and Marble Tablescape by Oh Happy Day

 

 

Just Peachy

 

With a little marble inspiration, a peachy color palette and this modern trend, you’ve got yourself a summery tablescape. These details are all so sweet and feminine, but the gold pineapple plates steal the show.

 

 

 

Pineapple Party Decor by Pursuit of Shoes

 

 

Fun & Festive

 

Pastels and watercolors aren’t for everyone — maybe you’re looking to take a more statement-centered approach instead. Grab some neon paint for these humble fruits to create bright and simple decorations. The best part? You can definitely eat these later.

 

 

 

DIY Pineapple Favor Bags by The House That Lars Built

 

 

All Wrapped Up

 

Budget-friendly and easy to DIY, your guests will appreciate the time you took to make these pineapple gift bags for some sweet wedding favors.

 

 

 

DIY Pineapple Pinata by Studio DIY

 

 

A Party Favorite

 

Whether you use them to surround a chandelier or to light up a patio reception, paper lanterns are so versatile for any wedding theme. Get ready for a creative use for these decorations: they make excellent pinatas. That’s right — prepare some fringe because this DIY is sure to be a hit at your summer bridal shower.

 

 

 

Red, White and Blue Pineapple Centerpieces with Sparklers by Freut Cake

 

 

Light It Up

 

Work your way down this list and the ideas just get more whimsical! These are a wildly fun idea especially if your wedding falls around the 4th of July. After creating these centerpieces, light ’em up to celebrate your wedding day in all its glory.

 

 

 

DIY Pineapple Bowling by Brit + Co

 

 

Ready, Set, Roll

 

While this isn’t technically pineapple decor, it’s a fun idea to go with those spray painted centerpieces. Lawn games are fairly simple to put together for outdoor wedding receptions and keep guests entertained all evening long. Encourage a little friendly competition between dancing and dining with a game of lawn bowling, featuring pineapple pins of course.

 

 

 

Gold Pineapple Wedding Cake by Midwest Bride

 

 

Sweet on the Inside

 

Don’t let looks alone fool you — this is probably the coolest decoration and dessert for a tropical wedding. In fact, this pineapple cake might actually be too pretty to eat…just kidding, where are the forks?