When it comes to wedding venue decorations, you have virtually no end of choices. Your wedding is personal, and it is up to you to decide on your decoration, theme, and style in order to make the day your own. Many people spend a lot of time on Pinterest researching wedding decoration ideas, and it is not a bad place to start because you can get a lot of inspiration there.
The first thing you really need to do is to decide upon your theme, and this could be romantic, vintage, whimsical, rustic, Bohemian, outdoor and natural, minimal, and more.
Whatever you decide upon, you need to keep to it throughout the day so that all the various parts come together, and it all falls into place. You need to be consistent and think about your colour scheme. So, for instance, if you are going for an outdoor or natural look, you will want a lot of greenery mixed with shades of browns and yellow. In fact, ferns and greenery are right on trend for 2022, or you could even use faux flowers, both of which are an inexpensive option.
You need to start with the church, registry office, or the venue where your vows will be exchanged. You could take a look at previous weddings which have been held there to give you some ideas. However, remember that you are not going to be there for very long, so unless you have an unlimited budget it is wise to keep costs down as far as possible.
If yours is an Indian wedding, then backdrops will be an essential part of the action. These can be long flowing drapes or huge streams of floral bouquets hanging in garlands or can be a mix of both. However, many couples do not consider the use of backdrops, which is a shame as they can contribute a massive amount of colour and impact to the scene. At Kenza Creations we have a huge stock of drapes in many different colours and patterns, and they can add a real sense of glamour and occasion to the day.
Lighting is another very big consideration. You need to consider the lighting at the venue where you are holding your reception and you need to allow for changes in the weather. So, for instance, your chosen venue may not have very large windows, and this means that you will need more internal lighting than a venue which is light and airy of itself. You might also look at the venue on a bright, sunny day, but you have to remember that on your wedding day it is possible that it could be cloudy, so you need to take this into consideration when thinking about lighting. We can help you with this at Kenza Creations because we have huge stocks of different types of lighting, and we know how to design it to suit any venue.
Candles can be an inexpensive way of lighting up the tables and can often be a cheaper option than expensive flowers. However, if you are going to use flowers for the table centrepieces, remember to try to use flowers that are in season. If you don’t do this, then the flowers will have to be imported and that is going to make a big dent in your budget.
Another feature that has come to the forefront in recent years is neon lighting. These neon wedding signs can read things such as “Happy Ever After” or you can also get them made with your names – “Jim and Alice”, for example.
Whatever theme you decide upon for your wedding, remember that it needs to run through the whole of the day, so it will pay to spend some time considering how it all fits together.