Wedding Decoration Tips For You

Decorating and organizing a wedding is definitely hard work. The amount of planning, careful arranging and whatnot certainly take a long time. However, the end result is always worth it all. So here are some tips you could use when deciding on your big day décor plans.

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Select a palette

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Rather than sticking to only two shades for your overall setting on your big day, try to incorporate different shades that complement the main color. This way you can add more depth and detail to the overall look including the wedding stationery packages offered for invites.

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A range of textures

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Another detail in the decoration that would enhance the overall look of whatever theme you are trying to create is incorporating a range of textures. Chair covers, satin and even linen incorporated in to the backdrops, table cloths, serviettes add style even if they don’t necessarily go together. So, don’t be afraid to experiment and explore even with the wedding invites!

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Mix and match shapes

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Who says that the tables have to always be round? Just because it has always been the common setting in most weddings doesn’t mean that you have to also follow. Instead explore different shapes and even sizes. Have round tables, square table, tall tables, short tables and may be even no tables in some places. This gives the guests a whole new and fresh setting that they haven’t experienced before, thus making your day much more memorable and special in their memories!

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Lighting

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Another factor that makes or breaks the entire event is the lighting. If you are going for a darker and candle lit setting then having too much light in such a situation would go completely against all that you have worked for the theme. Similarly, in a setting where you want a lot of light the lack of it is only going to be a huge hinderance. So pay extra attention to how you are going to set the lighting and setting for the day.

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Be innovative

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While flowers have a huge part in most weddings, you don’t always necessarily have to incorporate them. especially when it comes to details like the centerpieces, you definitely have the liberty to think out of the box and come up with more innovative ideas. For an example you can combine water, glass vases and may be floating candles or create a simple mirror reflection with elements related to the theme of the big day. Be different in all the little details that you incorporate in the décor of your big day and create one memorable day for yourself and all those celebrating this joy with you!

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