Organizing a wedding seems hard to most of the people involved in such an event and if you are the bride or groom, this job appears to be even harder and complicated. Pleasing everyone and also creating a fine ambient to get married in will prove to be hard work, but with a little bit of attention and some good pieces of advice, this painstaking activity will become a fun and creative goings-on for all of the people involved in ornamenting. Helping you is our main purpose and we will do that by giving you the most needed pieces of advice. Here they are and hope you will get inspired.
We begin with the ceremony, a part of the wedding event that needs to be more elegant, simple and traditional, rather than extra creative and fun. You can stick to the classic flowers and fabric combination or you can try to add some more modern accents such as a calla lily on each chair or an altar made out of rope (braided flowers and fabric). People usually bring into play roses, in colors related to pink and red, but you can make it unique and opt for dyed roses in more vivid shades, for example blue and dark purple. You can buy them or produce them in your own home by leaving white roses in water mixed with color pigments. For fancier results try finding more explicit instructions.
Passing on to the reception, now and there is the place and time to make a statement. To have a successful party with a great look, you start by choosing a color scheme and a wedding theme and include those in everything. Try to keep everything comfortable and interesting at the same time to capture your guests’ attention, but not to displease them in any way. Starting from the entrance and ending with the hall, you got to show them why they are there and highlight this by adding very wedding like symbols such as panels with the names of the couple, bells and ring representations. The hall’s/tent’s ceiling can also be adorned with balloons, hanging flowers or simple straps of fabric. Other embellishments can be nets made out of small light bulbs and great arches composed of flowers.
As for the centerpieces, they can be easily made out of colorful bowls and serving dishes filled with decorative sands and stones and adorned with candles, blooms, figurines, ribbons, origami, etc.