Outdoor Wedding tents, how to make it appears with luxury decorations?
Using white on it’s own can easily express a cool, clinical atmosphere, whilst ivory can be a slightly richer and warmer colour. But still it provides the same pureness, gentleness and cleanliness of white, which gives a far more relaxing outcome, and once toned with tones of green, provides a peaceful and understated classiness and a pure experience to your wedding marquee design.
The bridal flowers could be a hand tied bouquet of ivory Lily of the Valley enclosed by a collar of green foliage and the bouquet handle bound in ivory organza tied with a large bow along with a family antique, say for example a cameo brooch, pinned on the handle. This style of bouquet is going to complement an ivory or white bridal dress. Bridesmaids may dress in a soft tone or shade of green or maybe a greenish tone of cream to complement in with uncomplicated posies.
Within the wedding marquee Japanese design and style lanterns in several different sizes will be a great way to add another dimension, if suspended by lengths of line and can be used both equally outside, hanging in trees, perhaps, and inside, with battery powered white LEDs to light these to give you a far more diffused intimate lighting. I would suggest lighting every other lantern.
Long wedding tables seem to be the order of the day and the most up-to-date desire for a wedding breakfast, and once dressed using unique traditional ivory table covers, complemented with lime-washed Chiavari chairs give a hint of romantic style. Every long table could be littered with square and rounded glass floral vases filled up with Lily of the Valley encompassed by green leaves. Serviettes are simply folded and may be utilized to hold menus. For a personal feel place cards can be hand written and tied by using green ribbon and strung over every guests seat.
A hand drafted table plan could take a position within the entrance to the wedding marquee, along with two bay trees in cream pails and ivory antique signs put up over gates or in trees and shrubs for directions, and information, add extra finishing details.