By On Sep 01, 2018 ideas
So if your wedding plans involve a big empty space (think social hall, rec room), it’s understandable if the prospect of decorating might be… daunting. Big empty spaces come with their own set of challenges: tiny details are liable to get swallowed up, but trying to tackle the question of scale without destroying your budget is hard. Which is why the answer for big empty spaces is often less about how you fill it, and more about how much you can fill it. Aka buying inexpensive decor in bulk. Think: paper streamers, honeycomb decorations, balloons, and anything else you can buy large quantities of, fill lots of space with, and not spend a million dollars on. But how do you do that without making your wedding look like a children’s birthday party?
Its amazing what a little fabric can do. Keep it formal and elegant with white fabric, or if you are after a fun vibe, opt for a bright color like yellow. Bonus: Take this approach and you can go light on the table décor and still get the same decked-out reception look.
When you are getting married in a country house, you’re often already blessed with high ceilings, grand interiors and lots of space. Kirsty and David certainly were when they married here at Iscoyd Park, making the most of both their ceremony and reception rooms by introducing tall blossom trees, drawing the eye upwards and adding a romantic, fairytale finishing touch.
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