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Choosing Your Wedding Decorations

Saturday, November 28th, 2009

Wedding decorations are going to be what sets the entire feel of your day so be sure that you love the decorations at both the ceremony and the reception. If you are on a budget, wedding decorations is also an area that offers plenty of room for cutting costs. Choosing church wedding decorations really is not a difficult task. You will have to put some time and thought into it, but if you do your research you will not have any problem arranging the perfect atmosphere. Your decorations should be unique, so that your guests will remember it for a lifetime.

Traditional decorations for a church wedding include pearls, lace, beads, fresh and dry flowers, crystals and candles. Pew bows can also be made from various color ribbons accented with flowers or objects that match a wedding theme and can be attached easily. You can create a magical, elegant, lavish, inviting or an enchanting atmosphere with the decorations you use. Be sure the decorations reflect the time of year when the wedding is taking place for example the Christmas season. A great way to decorate a wedding for the holiday season is to fill sleighs with holiday candies, favors for the guests, or the table card.

Brides planning an autumn wedding need creative fall wedding table decorations. Using simple and low-cost items, brides can capture the natural beauty of the season. Add fall silk leaves to the tiers on your wedding cake. Select table linens in rich fall colors and textures. Candles are also a very affordable way to decorate a wedding reception. Candles strategically placed throughout the reception hall can add a hint of romance to the reception. Placed at tables, they can create some mood lighting. Flowers will last for at least a few more days and the vases can be recycled for a future event. Candles are a great favorite and they set a warm mood. You can use large pillar candles, floating candles in a nice bowl, a collection of votive candles in holders of different heights, taper candles, or perhaps tea lights surrounding a single flower vase.

You can also decorate the walkway leading up to the reception location for weddings in all seasons with paper bag luminaries. Adding special touches to the guests’ tables will contribute to the memories of your wedding reception. Your guests will remember the people they sat with and shared pleasure, gossip, and laughter; they will remember the table settings, the food, the linens, the chairs, and the centerpiece; and they will remember the photos taken while they sat at the table, listening to the toasts.