So, you have decided on a date for the wedding. Soon it will be the day you have been waiting for a long time. And if you are like me, you have been dreaming about your wedding since childhood. You want everything to be perfect, from venue to wedding dress.
One of the most important things to make your wedding amazing is the wedding venue dressing. Venue dressing is essential for all events, whether it is a corporate event or a wedding. There are so many tips and ideas that it becomes challenging and tricky to know what to do and what not to do.
But don’t worry, I am here to help you. In this post, I have highlighted dos and don’ts for wedding venue dressing Wirral.
Do Drape Up The Place
To have a perfect wedding, it is crucial to have the venue dressed up. An excellent easy way to do so is by adding drapes. Just use white fabric to keep things elegant and chic. If you want to add colour to the venue, you can go for bright colours like yellow or pink as well.
But keep in mind, if you have bright drapes, you should go light on the tables.
Don’t Match Everything
One of the biggest and common mistakes made in wedding venue dressing is to try to match everything. Just imagine having pink flowers, pink chair covers, pink drapes, pink carpet, and pink cutlery. Well, that’s a lot of pink, which will make it look boring and unpleasant.
Some things should match, but not everything! You have to know when to stop. Keep in mind you have a colour theme for a reason. It is important for the décor to match the colour and theme; you have to ensure everything complements each other.
To keep things interesting and appealing, add splashes of different colours. There are some colours that clash, like black and orange or red and gold.
Do Add Table Linens
Irrespective of the theme, having table linens is a must. Even if you want to have a rustic theme for your wedding, you should never eliminate table linens from venue dressing. Table linens, chair covers, and runners are critical for adding a sophisticated and classy look to your wedding décor.
So, adding table linens is a great way to bring life to your wedding venue dressing.
Don’t Use the Same Centerpieces
It is your WEDDING, not a private school where everything needs to be a uniform. If you want your guests to remember your BIG day, make it memorable by using different centrepieces. You can choose a few centrepieces and spread them across the venue.
Using the same centrepieces can be boring and monotonous. Make things pleasant and appealing by using different centrepieces.
I hope these dos and don’ts make it easy for you to take your wedding to a whole new level. If you need any information or have any questions, feel free to call us or email us. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
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