Romantic lighting can to the atmosphere of course, but make sure you arrange sufficient time for both putting up and taking down your decorative lighting, as the venue is unlikely to do this for you. Certificates from your suppliers may be needed by your venue.
Some couples like to have some kind of photographic display on a screen displaying some old pictures. Spend time choosing your favourite memories if it is to be a feature. Some grooms/best men use screens to help with their wedding speech.
Real Wedding Flowers: Speak to a wedding flower specialist when it comes to decorating your wedding venue with fresh flowers. Thinking about the season and how you wish to decorate more than just your wedding reception tables.
Faux Wedding Flowers: Some venues and florists offer faux arrangements to complement your fresh flower arrangements. This can help with the budget and even be tied to your colour scheme with some additional blooms. Aside from featuring faux flowers on your wedding reception tables, think about having them down your aisle or on plinths behind the registrar table if you’re getting married at the venue.
Not all wedding venues allow balloons so be sure to check that they are permitted before you place an order. If your venue does allow it, balloons can look great as centerpieces.
A fashionable memento – asking your guests to write you a short note to hang on the tree is a nice alternative to the guest book.
These look beautiful and you can even choose scented ones to enhance the atmosphere of your venue. Check to ensure your venue allows lit candles in all rooms.
This provides entertainment and simultaneously generates hilarious photographic memories of your big day, a great way to kill two birds with one stone.