For a bold, cheerful look to your reception venue consider wedding balloons for your main decorations rather than flowers, with displays using balloons in different colours, including metallic or pearl finishes, and an assortment of sizes and styles.
Most suppliers can arrange everything everything from table decorations and wedding balloon arches using helium balloons to a balloon release at the end of your wedding reception party.
Traditional sugared almonds, candles, sweets, bubbles, confetti, toys, photographs, CDs; the modern choice for favours is extensive. Package them beautifully in little tulle bags, organza bags or nets, decorative boxes to match your colour scheme or a specific theme.
Do you have a certain ‘look’ you want to achieve – not just for you – but for the whole event? If you’re nervous about bringing your vision to life, it could be well worth employing an event designer who can advise on everything from table design to firework displays.
Do you have a certain ‘look’ you want to achieve – not just for you – but for the whole event?
Plain banqueting wedding chairs can be transformed in seconds by specialist chair cover companies, most of whom now use stretchy white or ivory fabric that fits to almost every standard chair in seconds. A coloured organza sash and bow completes to look, or add a small posy of flowers to each bow for a country effect. Your wedding chair covers can be beautifully coordinated with your wedding decoration.
Candles are perhaps the least expensive and most effective way to transform a plain venue to a wedding wounder, particularly for a winter wedding when light fades so early in the afternoon. Cluster a few simple tea lights in glass holders in the centre of each table, using a mirror below to double the impact.