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Planning a wedding can be both enjoyable and stressful. In addition to choosing a site for the ceremony and reception, hiring a photographer, making arrangements for musical entertainment, finding the perfect dress and the hundreds of other details that go along with this type of event, there is also the matter of selecting decorations.
The choice of wedding ceremony decorations is typically based on several factors including personal taste and budget. If you prefer to keep things simple, look into using a hand tied bouquet versus a designed bouquet. Those with more elaborate taste may opt for arm bouquets or modern. Randomly scattering rose petals on the floor is another way to add an air of elegance. If you are having a tropical wedding, consider using one of our hawaiian bouquets with fuschia and pink. Looking for a more finished look? Consider renting coordinating china and cutlery or decorating the chair backs with flowers or bows. For a more playful touch, balloons can be incorporated with or used in place of floral centerpieces and confetti sprinkled on the tables.
Another factor in your decision can be the event’s location. Sometimes, the décor in a particular room or location – particularly those that specialize in weddings - is lovely enough on its own and requires very little, if anything, in the way of additional decorations. On the other hand, the room’s décor may not lend itself to the atmosphere you are hoping to create. As a result, before spending a great deal of time or money on your decorations, it is a good idea to confirm precisely where your reception will be held and discuss, in detail, how the room will be decorated. While you are there, ask if there are any other decorations available - you may be surprised at what might be at your disposal. You should also ask what, if any, restrictions exist on the types of decorations that may be used; some locations may have rules which will prevent you from using items such as tacks or nails to secure your decorations.
Winter Wedding Decorations
Brides like snowflakes for winter weddings. You can also purchase fake snow if you're in a warmer climate. Visit LeRhee's other website for winter wedding decor.
Fall Wedding Decorations
As you can see, there are many things to take into consideration when
planning your wedding decorations. The best way to approach this task
is to get a general idea of what your budget will be and the type of atmosphere
you are trying to create. Once you have a clear understanding of these
two factors, everything else will fall into place.
Church Decorations for ChristmasYou can use tulle to stream from pew to pew. This look compliments a snow Christmas wedding. Many brides choose bows or wreaths to hang on the end of pews. You can double the wreaths as pew decorations and table centerpieces.