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Posted by Todd McBride on January 14, 2015 Uncategorized

Red Wedding Decor

thumbnail 4.59.56 PMIf you have decided that a red wedding or a wedding with a red color scheme is the right option for you and your spouse to be, one of your biggest problems is coming up with the right décor. There are certainly different directions you can go with your décor. Do you want a full red onslaught, or just a touch of color here and there? Here are a few ideas to help spark some creativity in you, your spouse and anyone involved in the planning process.


  • Red ribbon is a dramatic touch that you can use here and there to give a touch of class to your wedding venue. This is generally also very affordable. Browse Pinterest or Youtube to find out how to tie beautiful bows with little effort.
  • Decorating with flowers is a simple way to add color. Red is a great color because there are so many red flowers. Roses are a classic choice, of course. However, you can also find carnations, poinsettias, chrysanthemums, and many other options. Mixing red flowers in with white can keep it from being overwhelming.
  • Do not feel like you have to put red everywhere. Red is such a powerful color that sometimes just a touch is plenty. Make sure you do not detract from the wedding couple, especially if they are wearing red—you want them to stand out!
  • The Bouquet will often have a combination of red and something lighter and softer. However, this is ultimately the decision of the bride. Spend some time looking through options and choose one that captures your fancy.

As you can see, a red wedding does not have to be too big of a deal! It is just as easy to come up with the decorations and other accessories for this color scheme as any other is. Breathe deep and remember that you do not have to do it alone. If you are in or around Baton Rouge, call or contact us in Baton Rouge, contact us at Billy Heroman’s florist. We would love to help you plan your wedding—be it red, pink, white or yellow polka dotted!