Although it is said that weddings are made in heaven but in reality many arrangements need to be made to make the couple feel like they are spending their luxurious time. Planning for the budget can be a hilarious time if you have to stick to a fixed budget.
Luckily, you can make your wedding décor within your budget only if you follow these tips-
Utilize The Christmas Lights and Tie Ribbons On the Back of Chairs: Many people use the Christmas lights all year round on their back entrance as a simple yet elegant decoration. And these lights can make a beautiful addition to any wedding venue look perfect! This wedding décor item can be hung from the ceiling, around tables, around the cake, or in potted plants. Lanterns can also be used instead. Stunning multi-colored ribbons tied on the backs of the chairs enhances things up. Cut the ribbons and tie it on the wedding day.
- Decorate with Food and Add Candles: The wedding food and drink menu you choose and the way it’s arranged on platters can add loads of sparkle to your big day. Huge jars of candy on the dessert bar creates festive mood, while gorgeous trays and farm fresh cheeses and simple bread instantly makes the party have an organic feel.
Nothing more romantic can be expected than a dim room lit only by the glow of hundreds of candles. And fortunately, candles are inexpensive.
Cover with Fabric: You can use your favorite fabrics for covering everything from tables to draping from the ceiling. Be creative not to mention much cheaper than a formal affair with chairs.
Presenting Engagement Photos:Engagement photos, and your wedding venue is the perfect place to display them. In fact, your reception may be the only place that some of your guests will ever get to see your engagement photos. And while you’re at it, bring some of your favorite pictures of you and your spouse-to-be to show at the wedding venue. This is a great wedding décor idea but if you are unsure about displaying them in frames or in a collage, consider creating a slide show for reception entertainment. They look ecstatic, tempting, and memorable. While these displays looked professionally made, a bride and groom could insert the stems of the flowers into them. On the contrary, silk flowers can also be crafted for decorating the wedding venue. These would be not much expensive to make.
Add atmospheric lighting: Now many of us do not know about this atmospheric lighting . But it truly has some significance because it makes difference to an indoor winter or evening wedding, so if your venue only has harsh bright lights look out for lamps, candles, fairly lights and starlit backdrops. You can also light your flower arrangements with votive candles, or with LED lit colored gel in glass vases.
Beautify the washroom: While your male guests are unlikely to care, the girls at your wedding will be really touched if you make a feature of the ladies bathroom. Add some scented soaps in a similar fragrance to your wedding perfume, some pretty hand lotions, and some soft fluffy guest towels, as well as a couple of miniature flower arrangements.
Cherish your chairs: Chairs might not seem like the most important aspect of your wedding venue, but they can make a real difference to your overall look. If you’re not keen on the chairs the venue provides you may be able to find covers with decorative sashes that will match your theme. Wrought iron, or cute white wood are both popular styles of wedding chair, although your guests might need something a little more comfortable if you are planning a long wedding breakfast.
Adding Water Fountain and Feathers: A nice addition to the entrance of your wedding venue would be a water fountain. The sound of a water fountain is so refreshing, that guests would finally relax while listening to it.Feathers are trending nowadays in wedding decor. Buying them in bulk and creating large feather wreaths to hang those on the walls can create those stunning look.
Bring the rooms together: If your wedding will take place over a number of rooms make sure the corridors or walkways that join these areas continue your wedding theme. Simple potted plants and wall posters may be enough, but if your guests are likely to get lost you could consider making some fun signs, using your wedding style and color scheme, to make sure they know where they are headed.
Check out the ceiling: If the ceiling of your venue isn’t very attractive, or it’s very high and you’d like to make the atmosphere cosier, there are various things you could try. Draping fabric across the ceiling isn’t as hard as it sounds, or you could add paper lanterns, hanging bird cages, or even hired chandeliers. Suspended flower arrangements or branch canopies can create a natural effect.
Jazz up the bar: The chances are your guests will spend a fair amount of time in the bar so you will want to make it as attractive as possible. If the space is a little empty try hiring an old fashioned juke box, a photo booth, or any other objects that will provide interest and entertainment, and complement your theme. Make sure there is some comfortable seating in the bar for guests to relax on. Flower arrangements can work well in the bar, just make sure they don’t get in the way of the bar staff. Look for garlands or streamers that can be kept out of the way.
Make an impression with the entrance: The entrance to your venue will be the first thing your guests see, and it will make a statement about what they can expect from the rest of your wedding. Be big and bold in your entrance decorations. Lighting can be done through dramatic flaming torches, romantic hanging lanterns, or cute fairy lights. Use potted plants or trees on either side of the entrance and add some flowers or colored posters inside the hallway to continue the great impression. A great decoration of the entrance is usually expected during the wedding.