Create A Whimsical, Romantic Wedding Aesthetic With Block Print Patterns
by Raj Desai | 1/7/22
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Block printing is the earliest, simplest method of textile printing. It began in China some 4,500 years ago and reached new artistic heights in India.
And have I mentioned how beautiful it is?
Block print patterns are having a Renaissance moment, being the pattern of choice for big name wedding decorators like Rani Pink Love, *and* the perfect decoration for 2022’s Cottagecore trend.
The timing couldn’t be better, either; Jaipur’s artisans are losing business to technology that’s so advanced, it mimics the handmade imperfections that these patterns are famous for.
How To Include Block Print Patterns
From simple to creative, there are lots of ways to add block pattern prints to your decorations.
The straightforward ways? A tablecloth for your tablescape or cake table. Hanging drapery as your backdrop. Parasols for your outdoor event. Throw pillows for your lounge furniture setup.
And if you’re feeling more inventive and love the DIY life, you can turn your tablecloth into a seat cushion cover for your mehndi swing, or add tassels, kaleerey, or flowers to the perimeter of a parasol to make a bridal entry umbrella.
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