Nautical Yacht Wedding Decoration Ideas

Yacht Wedding Decoration Ideas Determining the décor of your wedding is an important aspect of wedding planning. It’s typical to want to personalize the space for your wedding, it is your day after all, and the available space should reflect the soon-to-be married couple. For your wedding, you will want your decorations to complement your loves and interests. If you love the open sea, there’s no better place to celebrate your love for one another than on a boat! If you need some inspiration and want to add to the aesthetics of your nautical wedding, take into consideration these helpful yacht wedding decoration ideas.
1. Have personalized captain’s hats for each guest. 2. Use mini model boats as a centerpiece. 3. Place a sailor’s knot in front of the married couple’s table. 4. Make your table cards into the shape of a life preserver. Bonus points if you use real life preservers! 5. For your “just married” sign, use a piece of driftwood. 6. Make a rope sign to announce your big day. 7. Transform your cake with boat cake toppers. 8. Utilize the color blue to add a pop of oceanic color. 9. Think sailor stripes! Add a striking pattern to your décor by using blue and white tablecloths. 10. Use invitations that are in the shape of an anchor or ship’s wheel. 11. Personalized life ring’s that feature the couple’s names and the celebration day. 12. Use place cards that are in the shape of a sailboat. 13. Transport the rings in nautical style by using a ring bearer pillow that features an anchor and a rope that connects to the two rings. 14. Have a personalized compass favor in place of the table cards. 15. Use starfish place settings. 16. Take an old canoe or a small boat and use it as a "drink boat", a place to store your drinks. 17. A message in the bottle is a fun, cute way to leave messages to your guests, bride or groom. 18. Make nautical wooden signs to add a touch of nautical detail and to keep your guests informed. 19. Use driftwood and seashells as table décor. 20. Have boat oars in place of a guest book for guests to sign. 21. Have bags filled with “sailor’s goodies.” 22. Buy or create nautical rope table number holders.