By On Sep 06, 2018 Wedding Ideas
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. Use some form of lighting, whether that is 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 coloured posters inside the hallway to continue the great impression.
We have all been there – it’s a July wedding and as you dip your hand into the communal confetti basket on a hot summer day, you think you have grabbed a good substantial handful to lob at the bride and groom but when it comes to the big moment, it sticks to your sweaty hand like feathers in tar. Enter: Confetti Pops. Launched by Shropshire Petals, the latest accessory to hit celebrity weddings and in-crowd celebrations is a cross between a party popper and a box of confetti.
Many couples view their wedding venues on a sunny summer day and forget to check out what the lighting is like. Atmospheric lighting can make all the 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 coloured gel in glass vases.
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