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Wedding Decorations Should Complement the Bride and Groom

As you plan your wedding, you will soon begin to focus on the wedding decorations for both the wedding ceremony and the reception location. Ideally, the beauty and joy found in the bride and groom makes these two people the “centerpiece” of both events. While you want the decorations to enhance the overall appearance of both facilities, you do not want to plan decorations that will compete with the preexisting dcor that is found at the reception site or church.

Where to Begin When Planning Wedding Decorations for Your Reception

The best way to decide upon your wedding decorations is to visualize where each item will go and how it will look once it is in place. This requires that the individual responsible for decorating for your wedding be extremely familiar with the reception location and the ideas you have about your perfect wedding reception.

As you first enter the reception site, take a good look around the foyer. By actually visiting the physical location of your reception, walking all around the building and even taking photographs of any structural irregularities or other types of dcor that you want to showcase or remove during your event will be preparing the ground work for your decorations.

Keep alert to different things that you notice or that stand out to you as you walk around the room. Once you have a good feel for your reception location, it is time to begin planning the decorations that will enhance the overall effect of your wedding reception.

Important Touches That Mean So Much When You Are Planning Your Wedding Decorations

If your ceilings are tall, consider using clear wedding balloons as your centerpieces. These tall balloons are tied with narrow strips of tulle and held to the table with tiny party balloon weights. The wedding balloons are generally clear with ornate white writing upon them which is subtle and elegant as a wedding centerpiece without blocking the talking that often takes place across the tables.

If balloons are not your idea of wedding decorations, you can use fresh flowers or small green plants as centerpieces. Having a florist create tiny bouquets is an easy but often expensive way to create your reception wedding decorations. If floral bouquets are not your idea of wedding decorations, you could consider using square mirror tiles with reflective candles. This beautiful wedding decoration not only illuminates the entire facility, it creates a romantic ambiance within the entire reception facility during the extent of your wedding reception.

As you finalize your wedding decorations for the reception facility and the wedding chapel, keep in mind that the beauty is found in the love that is shared between the bride and groom not in the decorations that are placed around the area.

Charlie Reese enjoys blogging about weddings and wedding parties. Charlie also enjoys getting a psychic reading every so often. Charlie also checks the horoscopes out daily.

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