Art-Inspired Wedding Details That Creative Couples Will Love

updated Jul 18, 2020
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If you’re an artsy couple, you’d probably be psyched to incorporate some of your love of painting and illustration into your big day. But even if you’re not, these creative details might be just the thing for you, too. After all, a little color and texture never hurt anybody.

Brush-Stroked Escort Cards

Make each piece a little work of art. If they’re particularly beautiful, it can double as a favor to take home.

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Illustrated Invitations

Art-inspired invites are everywhere these days. And if you can commission an artist to draft your invite from scratch (or tackle it yourself!), even better.

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See more: 10 Art-Inspired Wedding Invitations for Design-Minded Couples

Abstract Ceremony Backdrops

Any venue can become an art gallery. Paint a large-scale backdrop for your vows and you’ll become a part of the art.

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Get-Your-Hands-Dirty Guestbooks

Ask guests to get creative and sign a canvas instead of a guestbook. It’ll be the perfect collaboration to add to your private collection.

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Artful Centerpieces

Work artists tools and materials (especially your own) into the centerpieces for a really unique look.

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Creative Cakes & Desserts

Food coloring has come a long way. Let your cake (or anything else) become the canvas for a work of art.

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Pop Art Props

A simple (and really fun) detail to buy or DIY.

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