By On Oct 08, 2018 Wedding Ideas
Incorporating vintage wedding decor is such a fun way to personalize your event,” says Nora Sheils, founder of Oregon-based wedding planning firm Bridal Bliss. Think grandmas broach or a piece of vintage family furniture that has been sitting in the attic for ages. It can really bring a lot of character to your most special day.
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 are not keen on the chairs the venue provides you may be able to find covers with decorative sashes that will match your theme. If that does not work simply ask your venue to pack the chairs away and hire some that you do like. 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.
Until a couple of years ago, all that was really on offer for outdoor weddings was to hire a big white tent to use as your blank canvas. And the prospect of turning a plain white cube into a stylish space was somewhat overwhelming. A cooler alternative for rustic garden or field weddings is the giant kata tipi. Companies like Country Tipis have seen a fivefold increase in bookings in the last year, according to founder Richard Knapp who says 90 per cent of enquiries come from couples looking for a more unique, relaxed alternative to the traditional white marquee.
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