Best Wedding Decorations Tips


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A wedding is a celebration of the union of two individuals and honouring the bond of love between them. Thus, such a special occasion demands the most elaborate preparations to make it a moment to remember forever. One of the most important factors that can add to the splendour of the event is the decor. Thus, it is not surprising that couples like to have the most unique and exquisite wedding decorations.

Great Wedding Decoration Tips

A wedding offers ample scope for couples to get as creative as possible to come up with exceptional wedding decoration ideas. To make implementing these ideas easier, following a few simple tips can be beneficial.

  1. The most traditional wedding décor includes using floating candles, colourful balloons and floral decorations. However, to make a more profound impact, decorations on the lines of specific themes, colour scheme or mood can add great flavour to the occasion.
  2. The most important thing to consider is the budget and planning according to it. It is important to think of a target of sparing at least 10% of the budget for some contingency.
  3. For those who do not have a high budget can choose only few important decoration items that can make the venue look attractive. They can even make their own decoration items instead of purchasing them to save some amount.
  4. There are many wedding themes that can be very successful. For e. g. seasons of the year, beach theme, pool side, contemporary, forest theme etc. Thus, accordingly the couple can choose or decorate a venue. For a beach theme, choosing a nice waterfront area to get married would make the event very exciting for the guests and the hosts. For a forest theme, couples can decorate the venue in green with maybe lots of plants. For contemporary idea, decorations can include ice sculptures, white balloons and silver colour theme.
  5. To get the desired look, it is important to focus on key areas while decorating the venue. This includes the altar, chair backs, walls, doors, ceiling, floor, banisters and tables. More enthusiastic people can even decorate the bathrooms, guest books and pens to get a complete look.
  6. Also, choosing the right lighting is extremely important to support the theme. Lighting can completely transform the scene and hence must be an integral part of planning while decorating.
  7. However, it is important to keep in mind not to go overboard as it can look cluttered and gaudy. Sometimes, the venue itself is very attractive and does not require any extra decorations. In this case, keep it simple and just add finishing touches to enhance the beauty.
  8. It is also a good idea to consult a wedding decorator who can give an expert opinion about the precise décor to be used.
  9. Take a few photographs of the venue and make a detailed plan according to the specifications of the site.

These are just a few of the wedding decoration tips that can be utilized to make the process easier and more fruitful.

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