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Wedding Décor | Prints, Prints & More Prints

Ikat designs used for Indian weddings

Prints like Aztec, chevron, ikat and many more have been bang on trend. They can be used for so many purposes like clothing, home décor, or even Indian wedding décor.

Ikat designs used for Indian wedding invitations

Let’s get down to the Aztec print trend. It is undeniable that adding an Aztec print creates a very tribal and ethnic, quirky look. This print has become stylish among the fashionable and trendy. You can go super girly and cute or really posh with the Aztec look. This print can be used in weddings for photo booth backdrops, table runners and tie backs depending on the wedding theme. It’s a very popular print this season!

chevron used at Indian wedding - pillows

Next, chevron – It is such a fun print. This can be used in weddings for invites, table covers, cushion covers, linen, and around the venue. A wedding cake could also possibly be made with this vibrant print. One aspect we love about chevron print is that it is somewhat versatile. We believe a classy stylish look could be created from black and white, while a fun and playful look could be created from bright colors. It might be a good idea to use chevron prints on gift boxes or other fabric boxes you may need for your trousseau.

ikat fabric used for wedding reception table

The word ‘ikat’ is pronounced as ‘ee-KAHT’ which comes from a Malaysian word. Ikat is always popular. This pattern is very bold. It also mixes well with other solids, which can pitch down the pattern and compliment your wedding decor. When it comes to fabrics, it’s all about mixing patterns and materials to get a really collected and assorted look. One of my all time favourites is ikat. With the new rise in popularity, options for ikat prints range from modern to traditional. We see prints a lot at weddings and ikat can be used in cushion covers, table runners, chair tie backs etc. We would love to know how you ‘printed up’ your wedding!

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Author: Marry Me | Posted on: March 12, 2014 at 4:16 pm | Posted under: Wedding Decor, Wedding Trends | Bookmark the permalink | Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL

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