A ribbon-themed wedding is pretty rare, especially since most brides focus on colours or particular styles when it comes to motif, rather than a single item. But, thanks to shops like Mokuba, ribbon has risen in popularity over the years — and not just as an accent used to wrap over presents. We’ve seen brides integrate this classic material into every aspect of their weddings. Naturally, bouquet wraps are one of the easiest ways to use ribbon at your wedding (kudos to florists who go the extra mile by picking preppy striped patterns or romantic lace). For a fun touch, why not use ribbon to decorate your reception chairs? All you have to do is tie up some strips to the legs of your chair or to the back supports (depending on the style) and voila: instant decor. Another simple way to incorporate ribbon into your celebration would be through your wedding day ensemble. Statement necklaces and shoes with ribbon detailing are everywhere these days (you can even get your bridesmaids to wear similar pieces). Or, for a quick outfit change, follow in the footsteps of Monique Lhuillier and Vera Wang who started the fad of switching bridal belts between the ceremony and the reception — this is a cool way to reinvent the dress for each part of your party.