Gorgeous Home Décor Inspired by Your Wedding Style

Your wedding is your first joint style statement — but who says the fun has to end after your big day? Celebrity event planner Mindy Weiss teamed up with HomeGoods and we got some pointers on how you can apply your personal style to BOTH your wedding décor and your home décor.

 

So whether you both prefer a bohemian theme, or one of you is classic romance while the other is more modern, both your personalities will shine through whatever the venue.

By: 
Stefania Sainato

  • If your decorating style is rustic-chic...

    If your decorating style is rustic-chic...

    Wedding tip: Whether you favor a garden, country or vineyard wedding, rustic-themed nuptials are all about showcasing the natural beauty of the venue. Incorporate wooden accents, floral arrangements overflowing with greenery and other décor elements that look like they could exist in your home.

    See more rustic wedding inspiration here ►

    Photo Credit: Curtis Dahl Photography

  • If your decorating style is rustic-chic...

    If your decorating style is rustic-chic...

    How to get this look at home: Weiss prefers to pair earthy tones like browns, maroons and greens with feminine accents, like the elegant candelabras pictured here. Keep the countryside in mind when choosing your furniture, springing for unique pieces that are natural-looking yet refined.

    "Bringing outdoor décor inside, like a birdcage, is the perfect way to add that little extra something to your rustic look," Weiss adds.

    Photo Credit: HomeGoods

  • If your decorating style is vintage glamour...

    If your decorating style is vintage glamour...

    Wedding tip: If you love all things vintage, then lace table runners, pearl-inspired chandeliers and an old-fashioned cake topper (borrow the one from your parents' wedding for a meaningful touch) are just a few ways to capture the elegance of a bygone era.

    See more vintage wedding inspiration here ►

    Photo Credit: Elizabeth Messina

  • If your decorating style is vintage glamour...

    If your decorating style is vintage glamour...

    How to get this look at home: Use the same soft colors from your wedding and apply them to everything from the wall color to lighting fixtures to pillows. Weiss suggests adding contrast with dark chocolate wood furniture and decorative accents like a bust or an antique clock.

    "Spiral topiaries, like this one from HomeGoods, are an easy and inexpensive way to transform the whole room. They tie your classic look together while adding a natural element to the space," she explains.

    Photo Credit: HomeGoods

  • If your decorating style is classic romance...

    If your decorating style is classic romance...

    Wedding tip: Want a timeless wedding that won't look dated 50 years from now? Consider an elegant all-white color palette with touches of gold or silver. More is more when it comes to florals and specialty lighting will help transform your ballroom into a reception befitting a fairy tale.

    See more classic wedding inspiration here ►

    Photo Credit: Jay Lawrence Goldman

  • If your decorating style is classic romance...

    If your decorating style is classic romance...

    How to get this look at home: Up the glamour quotient of your bedroom with luxe metallic hues, a headboard and a pattern-accented wall. A starburst mirror or one with another intricate shape will help reflect light in your space.

    "The romantic feel is really about the florals, whether it's a lovely bouquet on a side table or a floral print rug," adds Weiss.

    Photo Credit: HomeGoods

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  • If your decorating style is boho-inspired...

    If your decorating style is boho-inspired...

    Wedding tip: Bohemian bashes have a fun and free-spirited vibe thanks to rich textures, vibrant colors and whimsical décor like the mismatched seating and vases pictured here.

    See more shabby-chic wedding inspiration here ►

    Photo courtesy of Mindy Weiss

  • If your decorating style is boho-inspired...

    If your decorating style is boho-inspired...

    How to get this look at home: Boho homes draw inspiration from around the world — curate an eclectic mix of decorative accents like hand-crafted bowls, small statues and even vintage books. Be sure to include pillows and throws with a mix of patterns and jewel tones.

    "This style is a great opportunity to personalize the space with family mementos," Weiss says. 

    Photo Credit: HomeGoods

  • If your decorating style is nautical...

    If your decorating style is nautical...

    Wedding tip: Coastal celebrations often call to mind crisp whites and serene blues, or you can go all-out with vibrant yellows and oranges. If you can't decide, use both color palettes, one for the ceremony and the other for the reception.

    See more seaside wedding inspiration here ►

    Photo Credit: Simone and Martin Photography

  • If your decorating style is nautical...

    If your decorating style is nautical...

    How to get this look at home: Liven up an otherwise neutral living room palette with unexpected pops of color in accent pillows and florals.

    "Nautical elements like these oars from HomeGoods evoke the feeling of summer, and will make you feel like you're on the beach with your toes in the sand!" Weiss says.

    Photo Credit: HomeGoods

  • If your decorating style is modern...

    If your decorating style is modern...

    Wedding tip: A lot of brides like simplicity and nothing captures that more than modern lines and elements. This look is achieved with lucite tables, ghost chairs and lots of white. Orchids are a great flower option, or you can go a bit more non-traditional with succulents and air plants.

    See more modern wedding inspiration here ►

    Photo Credit: Elizabeth Messina

  • If your decorating style is modern...

    If your decorating style is modern...

    How to get this look at home: Clean lines, bright whites and sleek, contemporary furniture are the hallmarks of a modern home. According to Weiss, acrylics are very "in" right now; update your space with a pair of white acrylic chairs or even just a simple side table.

    "Add in a chrome accent or two — you can get a lamp like this one from HomeGoods for under $100 — for that extra touch of style that ties the room together," Weiss says.

    Photo Credit: HomeGoods