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Create the perfect atmosphere for your Wedding Ceremony and for your Wedding
Reception with these free decorating ideas and tips.
These wedding ideas can take your special day decorations to new heights.
From table centerpieces and napkins to aisle runners and ring pillows, we
have everything you need.
For the aisle runner, have your florist or a trustworthy friend secure one end of the runner with heavy pins or tape in the appropriate place. It will then be ready to be pulled out by the ushers just before the bride makes her appearance remind the ushers to take their time it is important that the runner is wrinkle free.
If you have a ring bearer to present your rings, you can either tie both rings to the pillow before hand, or if the ring bearer is very young or you are nervous about losing the rings, you can tie fake gold bands to the pillow for appearance only. Each of our pillows comes with two satin ribbons for tying on rings. Make sure you have something on the pillow, fake or real. A young child takes his roll very seriously and might be upset if his big moment comes and there aren't any rings.
Work with your florist on decoration for the pew ends. Gossamer is an affordable decoration that is easy to use. Tie the gossamer into bows and attach them to the end. Leave long "tails" on the gossamer for an elegant look.
Personalized Bubbles - Personalize with your names and date for each guest to keep as a favor and use to blow at the Bride and Groom as an alternative to rice.
Wedding bells are a classic decorating item that are easy to use and easy to hang. Place them in small groupings hanging from the ceiling or tied to the entrance door. And decorate the getaway car too!
For an unusual balloon look, try the three-foot wide marble balloons. Use 3-4 to a room and weight them down with a sandbag that has been wrapped in gossamer. Use plenty of ribbon to keep them high and out of the way.
Gossamer - Drape it from the ceiling or use it in swags to create a beautiful backdrop for your reception area. You can even tie gossamer into bows for the back of each of your chairs; the uses are truly endless.
A wonderful alternative to rented linens and china is disposable plastic table coverings, table skirts, plates, cups and cutlery. All come in a variety of colors to match your chosen décor and have that professional look without costing a fortune.
Finally, whether you are
serving dinner, finger foods or just cake, don't forget your
napkins. Add your names and date or just a simple initial to give your
napkins a touch of elegance.
Place three or more votive candleholders (clear, frosted or cracked ice) in the center of your tables or clustered together at evenly spaced intervals on a banquet type table. You can increase your brilliant light by placing a mirror under one or two of the votives. Place the other candles around the mirror and enjoy twice as much flickering light from the reflection. To add a bit more glitz and glimmer, sprinkle confetti or place gemstones around the votives. These will also reflect the light and add sparkle to your tables. Use a confetti color that coordinates with your theme colors. Finish off your centerpieces with your choice of votive candle color. Choose the color that works best with your color scheme and enjoy the fabulous scent that will fill the air.
Tapered candles - The elegant lines of taper candles can dress up any table. We recommend grouping them together in odd numbers 1,3,5, etc. At the base of the taper candles, place greenery, gemstones, wired garland, puddled gossamer, or confetti. Place fresh flower petals around the candles for a romantic touch.
If an enclosed flame is a must, try decorative candle lamps. These lamps can be personalized with the date and theme of the wedding or can be left unimprinted. Place at the center of each table with flower petals, ivy strands, confetti or curled ribbon scattered at the base.
Floating candles make a beautiful centerpiece for any wedding table. Delicate candles in the shape of flowers can easily be placed in bowls, snifters, or other wide mouth glassware pieces. Simply fill each candle bowl with water (about halfway) and place a floating flower candle in each bowl. Add color to the centerpieces by placing a sprig of greenery or colorful confetti around the base of the glass. Add a few drops of food coloring to the water if you wish to tint it to match your theme colors. Another color option is to add gemstones inside the glass container. Check out the mini champagne bottle votive candles too!
Luminarias provide an easy, very inexpensive centerpiece. The candlelight glows softly through the cutout openings for a dreamy effect. Set three or four down the center of a table, with confetti scattered between them, or set one at each place setting.
Use white twinkle lights around the head tables, gift table and buffet table... as well as around doorways and plants/walls.
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