70s weddings with modern and boho decor are among the hottest trends in the wedding world right now, and this is not surprising – just look at those beautiful color palettes of rust, marigold, mustard and orange! If you love these colors, if this decade and all things boho inspire you, including 70s decor into your wedding is a great idea, take a look at some examples to get inspired!
70s Wedding Backdrops And Arches
70s wedding backdrops are mostly about color blocking and cool shapes and lines that show off the style of the decade. A boho backdrop in rust, orange, marigold and yellow, with laser cut or without can be surrounded with candles and blooms or just left as it is – it’s already a bold statement. If you want flowers, go for a lush floral arch or altar rocking much greenery and bold blooms in the classic warm 70s colors. Going a bit more boho? Use embroidery hoops and macrame for decorating the arch, and its look will be jaw-dropping.
70s Wedding Tablescapes
I must confess: 70s inspired wedding table settings are my favorite! They show off beautiful warm tones, lovely flowers, succulents and air plants, boho touches like macrame or dancing vibes with disco balls – they are incredibly versatile and always create a cozy ambience. I strongly recommend to rock woven or rattan placemats, colored glasses, bold blooms and candles to create really a beautiful tablescape but of course all the details are up to you.
70s Wedding Decor
Continue the decor with a 70s inspired lounge with rattan furniture and bold textiles, leather ottomans, disco balls and pampas grass. Rock dried blooms and fronds, colored baby’s breath and other blooms to make each space of your venue filled with those 70s vibes.