Tie the Knot with Decorative Bows
Monogrammed Bouquet Wrap
Trade in a traditional silk ribbon bouquet wrap for a pink seersucker bow—monogrammed, of course.
Striped Curtain Tie
Dress up a standard rental with a pop of pattern—an extra-wide striped ribbon will do the trick!
A garland of greenery tied with a bow is a simple but sophisticated way to welcome guests to your venue.
Tulle Hair Bow
For an outdoor wedding where a veil may be a hassle in the wind, a tulle headband is a perfectly whimsical alternative.
We didn’t think it was possible for mini bottles of champagne to be more adorable—and then someone adorned them with tulle bows! Just right for a pre-wedding bridal party toast.
Mason Jar Koozie
Signature cocktails served in a Mason jar, complete with a burlap wrap and a ribbon, would be right at home at a rustic wedding.
Bow Tie Necklace
Switch out ceremony pearls for a bow tie necklace at the reception—it makes a sweet counterpart to a Southern groom’s favorite wedding accessory.
Fold your napkins into bow shapes to make even the simplest place setting delightful.
A simple silk sheath gown gains a big dose of drama with an oversize bow in the back.
Bows tied to the bride’s and groom’s chairs are charming and budget-friendly—try a color that contrasts with the chairs, or one that’s already in the wedding palette.