By On Aug 31, 2018 ideas
It’s important that your venue is equally as brilliant by night as it is by day, given that your celebrations might well extend into the early hours. This is where The Hangar at Milsoms Kesgrave Hall really comes into its own, thanks to its twinkling starlit ceiling that promises to make your first dance truly magical, as well as your photographs.
What better way to illuminate a golden, Somerset stone barn than with a chandelier made up of tiny, flickering fairy lights? This statement glowing lighting makes weddings at Almonry Barn utterly unforgettable and feel as close to a fairytale as they do to reality.
The answer is: it’s all in the execution. So when our friends at Oh Happy Day launched their brand new party shop this month, we were pretty excited. While the online shop features some things you’ve probably seen before (honeycomb decorations, streamers, balloons), this lazygirl is very into the idea of having it all in one place, curated by someone with a designer’s aesthetic, so I can give my Googling a rest. We thought we’d use the launch of their shop as an excuse to show you a bunch of different ideas for decorating big empty spaces with lots of cheap (cute) decor. Because with a cool idea, bulk decorations in a big empty space can actually look way more stylish than the intricate details you see on those fake weddings on Pinterest.
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