These gold shapes make serious impact in a ceremony space. Photo by J Wiley Photography, event design by Gather Events.
We love the color palette here almost as much as the folded paper ceremony backdrop. Photo by Kelsey Rae Photography. See full feature.
Bright pops of color and tropical touches are the perfect complement to a modern geometric mood. Photo Hannah Blackmore, design Event Mafia
We love the romance factor of this starry night ceremony. Photo by Les Loups, design by Michelle Edgemont.
We love the architectural elements of this ceremony space. Photo by Danielle Poff Photography, design by E Events Co, floral design by Freckled Floral, ceremony structure by Iko Rental.
Another fabulous take on the geometric shape ceremony backdrop. Photo by Chloe Moore Photography, design by Lavender Grey Events via 100 Layer Cake.
We're always smitten with this wood and flower combo as a backdrop. Photo by The Melideos. View full wedding.
This gold and glass backdrop display adds a certain level of elegance. Photo by Stephanie Brazzle, event design by Grit and Gold.
Photo by Danielle Poff Photography, design by Brannan Events and Design.
Stacked honeycomb designs will be sure to wow. Photo by Elena Azanova, design by Feerique Events.
Stacks of triangles in various sizes always impress. Photo by Denise Karis, event design by Holcomb Weddings.
We love the clean lines in this geometric ceremony backdrop contrasted against the free-flowing flowers. Photo by Sally Pinera, design by CCL Weddings, floral design by Green Leaf Designs.
Photo by John Barwood Photography, design by Blue Wren Barn.
The shapes and colors used in this geometric string art are nothing short of fantastic. Photo by Brandon Kidd Photography, design by Amorology.
We love the bright pop of color these escort cards add. Photo by Chris Howard, design by Sweet Emilia Jane.
Great lines and shapes come out of this string art reception seating chart. Photo by Mr Haack.
We love the idea of designing a cute custom geometric wedding logo for use throughout your day, like on these favor boxes. Photo by Mark Brooke Photography.
We're wild for this hanging geo centerpiece with floral accents. Photo by Redfield Photography, event and floral design by Sebesta Design.
An uneven arrangement of flower-filled geo shapes couldn't look any prettier. Photo by Jana Dillon Photography, event design by Moana Events, floral design by Steven Boyle Design.
Great shapes in an even greater color palette. Photo by Kelsey Rae Photography, planning by Spotlight Events, design by Cahoots Creative Happenings via Ruffled. View a paper geometric tutorial here.
Add more visual interest to your tablescape with geometric plates, like these from Harlow and Grey.
This gold geo backdrop will be sure to catch some glances. Photo by Megan Saul Photography. View full wedding.
Fuchsia blooms are perfectly accented by these geo lanterns. Photo by AJ Dunlap Photography, event design by Kast Events, floral design by Eclectic Sage via View full wedding.
This creative backdrop using triangles of varying sizes makes for a great showpiece. Photo by Diana Marie Photography, design by The Shift Creative.
Fun shapes at each place setting are a great way to spice up a tablescape. Photo by Weddings by Christopher and Nancy, event and floral design by Magnolia Belle Floral.
These cement candlesticks make a great pre-wedding DIY. Photo by Sam Hugh Photography.
Green and gold are a match made in heaven, especially when geometric details are involved. Photo by Hello Love Photography, design by JoyBella.
These colorful geometric shapes make for a great table runner. Photo by Birds of a Feather, design by Wild Heart Events. View a paper geometric tutorial here.
We love the depth these burgundy flowers add to these hanging arrangements. Photo by Blush and Mint Photography, design by Minty Mary Pea, floral design by Bella in Bloom.
The rounded center of these hanging geometric shapes lends a slightly more romantic feel. Photo by onelove photography, design by Green Apple Event Co.
Cement your place at the sweetheart table with geometric chair signs, like these by Z Create Design.
The light lines on this wedding cake by Crummb are a great way to add geometric elements without fear of going overboard.
Grab attention with these colorful geometric chandeliers by Scene-Setter.
All-white wedding cakes never have to be boring. Photo by MGB Photography, cake by Toni Patisserie.
This mix of geometric shapes and flowers is a high-impact stunner. Photo by Megan Welker, design by Tu La Lune, floral design by Catalina Neal.
We love this neon take on the geometric shapes for serious color impact! Photo by Rodeo and Co Photography, styling and flowers by Valley Flower Company.
A geometric wedding cake like this one will be sure to drop some jaws. Cake by Kristiane Kegelmann.
Geo designs look equally great used as toppers for your wedding sweets! Photo by Anushe Low Photography, cake by Olofson Design.
These great geometric cages double as favors and escort cards. Photo by Alicia Thurston Photography.
We love this gold geo accent and a splatter of paint colors, perfect for any artist's wedding! Photo by Melissa Biador, cake by Hey There Cupcake.