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How to Use Alphabets as Feature Pieces on Your Big Day

From brightening up your photo wall to your dance floor, here are a few ways to incorporate alphabets in your wedding decor.

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From brightening up your photo wall to your dance floor, here are a few ways to incorporate alphabets in your wedding decor.
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    Channel a bit of rustic chic by repurposing stepladders, glass tumblers and mason jars to prop these large wooden letters to spell out what truly matters. 

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    This foliage-covered photo wall with a cute but not mushy quote in calligraphed letters is sure to be an awe-inducing piece for your guests. 

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    Increase the romance quotient of your dance floor by lighting it up with these large alphabets with vintage bulbs for a truly retro feel. 

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    You can use alphabets, especially your initials, as centrepieces like these 3D moulded letters in metallic hues to contrast against the flower arrangements. 

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    These blow-up alphabet balloons can be used to spell anything, from the word "love" to your initials, and can work for both a day wedding ceremony and an evening reception party. 

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    A hint of flowers are perfect to add the right amount of romance to your decor, and these life-size floral letters work as a photo feature piece for guests to pose against too. 

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    Who doesn't love neon signs, and if you're the kitschy couple, this could be perfect for the stage decor for your reception, spilling the secrets that make you click as a couple. 

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    If you're the nerdy couple who geek out on fandoms and books together, go smaller and try these scrabble alphabet pieces for your centrepieces spelling anything from your favourite words, your initials or just the traditional "love", because that's what it is about at the end of the day. 

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