Laser cutters are a highly flexible tool for personalisation, allowing you to easily implement customer wishes. Virtually any design can be realised and a wide variety of materials can also be processed. Looking for ideas? What are the trends for custom wedding décor? We have collected five ideas which you can use to implement current wedding trends with your laser cutter.
Natural and sustainable, a trend that’s here to stay and which is reflected in design elements. Wood is a wonderful, natural material that radiates warmth, making it just right for a wedding. With a laser cutter, wood can be engraved and cut without the need for pre and post processing, speeding up production. Laser machines enable precise cutting as well as creating the finest geometries. Personalised wedding ornaments are a wonderful souvenir of the day, so they should be high quality and durable.
Vintage is a style that continues to be popular for weddings and involves reusing or mimicking older, usually secondhand, clothing, jewellery, accessories, pictures and other everyday items. With a greater focus on sustainability, second-hand items are often used, as they are or in a modified form. Using the laser cutter as a universal tool for a wide variety of materials, you can easily implement individual requests. Whether it's adding the names of guests to grandma's wine glasses or cutting up mother-in-law’s lace curtains for the table decorations.
As celebrations haven't always been guaranteed in the last two years, people value celebrating with their loved ones all the more now. Among other things, this finds expression in personally designed invitations, decorative elements, and guest gifts. More than ever, a wedding celebration is seen as something really special that should be remembered. High-quality personalised ornaments and laser-engraved glasses or photo frames can be a unique thank you to guests for joining the celebration.
Cake toppers, photo box accessories or decorative elements, laser-cut lettering is very popular for weddings. Depending on the weddings style, they can be modern, classic, elegant or rustic. Wood is popular for this, while acrylic is a flexible alternative. Acrylic is available in almost all shades, from bright colours to pastel shades and glittery surfaces.
It’s even possible to use the laser to design the wedding dress or wedding shoes for those who opt for a really unique choice! Lasers offer incredible design options when it comes to textile processing, as the laser beam gently fuses the cut edge of synthetic fabrics, preventing fraying. The flexibility and precision of the laser enables extravagantly shaped cuts and the finest contours, making it possible to create bespoke accessories, jewellery, bracelets and headdresses for weddings.
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