By On Oct 05, 2018 Wedding Ideas
Carly Cylinder, floral designer and host of Craftsy likes to stick to clean lines and metallic accents when designing florals for industrial events. She recommends keeping the color palate clean and incorporating neutral florals and a lot of greens, like Israeli Ruscus or English Ivy. For softness and contrast, Smith recommends delicate whites and pastel flowers, such as Ranunculus, roses, Calla Lilies and orchids. A beautiful way to add another natural touch, Smith recommends, is to drape garlands of ferns, Ruscus and Eucalyptus around chairs and beams.
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.
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.
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