Wedding season may be hotter in the spring and summer but the fall is not that foreign to it, though you may consider different wedding decoration ideas depending on the season you choose.
For many brides to be, a lot of the planning happens now. First things first, choosing your theme will get your list going on wedding decoration ideas.
After you’ve wrapped up:
- got the rings all sorted out (here’s the best place for mens wedding rings)
- your engagement photo shoot
- chose your dress from a replicable shop such as Chicago wedding boutique and that of your bridesmaids
- ensured your groom is all set for the big day…
….it’s time to move onto the decor.
Below is a list of ideas that can help you get started and excited about your reception decor. Many of them can easily be DIY’d while others you may need a hand from a rental place.
Wedding Decoration Ideas to Rent
These are some of the ideas you can get from a rental company to ensure you get the professional appeal. Make your wedding memorable by including some of these idea.
Organizing a photo booth hire is easy. Photo booths have that retro charm that everybody loves. In fact, modern booths offer the classic style and aesthetic we’re used to, but they also add in high tech features. Your wedding guests can take amazing, silly, gorgeous, and fantastic snaps, then decide whether to take them home as a Polaroid print or share them with the world on Instagram and Facebook.
There are far more photo booth options. These days, you can opt for standard Polaroid shots, digital snaps that get uploaded to social media, or turn your pictures into animated gifs.
Stick to Your Budget
Prices vary depending on the type of booth you choose and whether delivery, setup are included, and what kind of extras come with the deal. Be sure to ask for a full list of props and accessories. Some vendors have a standard rental period of around 3 hours sk for , if they are included.
Most vendors are happy to accommodate custom requests, so don’t be afraid to get creative.
Once you’ve installed your photo booth, think about signage to direct your guests with. Rustic wooden signage gives a great country feel, especially when it’s an outdoor wedding. It’s a practical piece of decor.
A gorgeous backdrop to your setting makes all the difference in photos. You may get away with DIYing this one but the work would be excruciating, especially having to find the right rods for it.
Wheel Barrel Table
This screams rustic all over it. It’s a great way for guests to engage in a conversation while being at ease and having table tops to put their drinks on.
Framed Blackboard Wedding Program
This chalk board is visually appealing and helps the guests know what’s on the program. It has a vintage appeal to it that serves as a great decor as well.
Baby’s Breadth Planters
A great idea to line up to your row of chairs. This is perfect for an outdoor wedding and creates visual appeal.
Wedding Decoration Ideas to DIY
Simple Centrepieces With Bud Vases
Bud vases are ideal for creating a simple centrepiece if huge floral arrangements aren’t your thing. Stick a number flag in the vase to indicate the table number to guests.
…add some luck to it with golden leaves and a horseshoe
Glitter Tealight Holders
This is great for accentuating your centrepiece without making it overkill. It’s an easy idea that you can even offer to guests as party favour to take home at the end.
Mason Jar Lemonade
Mason jars are good for many things, even lemonade drinks you can offer up to your guests during the reception. Seal it with a craft rose and put them in a vintage bucket for guests to take.
Cotton Candy Martinis
A great idea especially if there are kids at the reception. It’s a great visual and tasty attraction!
Chandeliers are great but hanging vases from the ceiling or beams is unique. It’s fairly easy to replicate but you have to ensure that your venue accommodates for it.
The Gist of it
With wedding planning there can be a lot to think of. After you’ve chosen your theme, determining what wedding decoration ideas can seem overwhelming. Knowing what you can get away with DIY and what you should consider renting or buying helps ease the task.
The above ideas as some things that can get you started to get a better understanding of how to plan your decor and split your budget and resources.
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