Fascination Scandinavia! Yes, this is incessant and constant and tempting in every season. Just like the Scandi Style itself, not only in fashion and interior design, but also in decorating and, of course, in eating and drinking. The unmistakable naturalness, the minimalist look and the simple elegance of this style help to create more relaxation and serenity in general. Not for nothing also many couples, who want to marry, select the wedding in Scandinavian style. It is also symbolic: the future cohabitation of the couple should be as simple and harmonious as possible. Often the Scandi Style is also called” hygge “called.
The magic of the Scandi Style wedding
Hygge – the Danish way to live happily
This trend has already won many lovers worldwide. For what is better than enjoying natural and relaxed life. Close to nature and to live in balance with yourself and the environment. The beauty of the little things and the moment always to rediscover.
This can be done both on a lukewarm summer holiday at the picnic, as well as on cozy winter nights in front of the fireplace.
Wedding dresses in Scandi Style
And just as simply and simply, it is also with the wedding organization and even with the wedding dress itself. Very often, one speaks of eco-brides, because the ladies who can be trusted in this style always look very natural. Hair jewelry, wedding dresses and accessories are as minimalistic as possible and made of natural materials and fabrics, such as real flowers, fine silk or cotton. Lace and tulle are often present but do not play a leading role, as is the case with conventional wedding dresses.
Hair decoration and bridal bouquet in scandi style
Wedding decoration in Scandinavian style
The trend in the scandi-style wedding decoration is definitely”Do It Yourself”. You always rely on everything from natural origin – real and driftwood, moss and pine cones, tree branches, field flowers, berries and straw…. simply everything Mother Nature gives us. Wedding stalls and stationery can also be DIY. Very popular are the so – called naked and drizzle cakes, which are just as typical for the Boho Style are.
Wedding decorations and scandinavian decor
Colorful paper strips, tree trunks as supports, wind lights made of wood or glass as well as ivy or fir green are omnipresent at the wedding table decoration. Often the typical colors of the national flags of the Scandinavian countries are also used for decoration and even small flags are placed in cocktail glasses or on different dishes.
The arduous atmosphere of the Scandinavian wedding in the summer
Home accessories inspired by Hygge Lifestyle
Ferm Living, Ikea, Bloomingville & Co. are just a few of the numerous manufacturers and retailers in the Scandi style of small furniture and home accessories. Experienced designers and brands present their stylish creations made of glass, ceramic, porcelain or sustainable innovative materials. Clear linear or organic shapes and graphic patterns are indispensable for Scandinavian style dishes and are often preferred by many design fans. In covered colors and with the matching table decoration, these tableware parts also look excellent on the wedding table.
Noble and simple at the same time
And if it should go even more authentic, then you can just go directly in Scandinavia , why not?
In this way, you will experience and enjoy typical Scandinavian wedding customs, dishes and drinks for the wedding.
Have fun with the Scandi Style marrying and wish you all the best for your future together!
Scandinavia tastes so delicious…
Decorate the wedding table with blue and yellow as in Sweden
Or quite simply and naturally with green plants and wind lanterns
Elegant wedding cake for the winter season in Scandinavian style
Light chains and white, long candles – the classics
If you want to get married in spring
Of course, roses are also very popular here
Scandinavian design and graphic patterns
The bridal bouquet should be as natural and simple as possible
The same should be the table decoration, the wedding dress and everything else
This is how to marry traditionally in Scandinavia…