Wedding Venue Décor Ideas
Wedding is the most special day in a girl’s life and it is understandable and obvious that you would want everything to be perfect. Your dream wedding should be the talk of the town for quite some time and one way of ensuring that is decorating the wedding venue creatively.
Instead of focusing on crazy fonts and colours and all those creative table-name ideas, change the shape of your table numbers. Fun ideas include birds, flowers, starbursts, or even festive pennant flags. Your centrepieces should reflect your wedding style and personality, this will make your wedding more ‘you’. If you love summer and are having a country garden style wedding, summer blooms in a cream jug could be your choice, or if you love the rustic outdoors – perhaps you have chosen to have your reception in a tipi – a tree slice with a grouping of flowers in the centre of the tables would look perfect. You can also consider using part of the budget to rent coloured glassware instead of pouring your entire reception decor budget into the centrepieces. It will make your tables pop in an instant.
Pew ends might conjure up images of old-fashioned arrangements in churches, but using flowers to decorate your ceremony space can be a modern way to ensure that every part of your wedding is personalised to you as a couple. Tying small bunches of your chosen wedding flowers to the aisle chairs with ribbons is a subtle way to introduce your wedding theme and will make your ceremony even more beautiful. Chalkboards in a photo booth are fun, but using a large chalkboard as a ceremony and reception backdrop brings out a different glow to the whole affair. You can also supply guests with glow-in-the-dark chalk to leave notes during the reception.
Drape ceiling with fabric. Use a bright colour, like yellow, if you’re after a fun vibe, or keep it formal and elegant with white or champagne fabric. An added advantage of draping the ceiling is that with it you can go light on the table decor and still get the same decked-out reception look. Use paper lanterns – lots of them – to add a glowing and outer worldly charm to your wedding. You can also try hanging a large hanging arrangement from the ceiling, like a floral chandelier – just make sure to use a lot of greenery to add bulk without your flower budget going through the roof!