Post # 1
I have found that I am not at all good at this wedding planning stuff. I am working on a budget without a planner, and I am having trouble coming up with ideas for my place.
The ceremony and reception will both be held here. I plan on having tables with white tablecloths and white chairs.
The first picture is where the pavillion for the reception, and the second is where the ceremony will take place.
Please help me with inspiration for this place! I want something that is somewhat natural and simple, but also romantic and with a vintage feel!
If you have an inspiration board that would be great, please keep in mind that I am working on a budget!
Post # 3
I don’t know that I can help much with decor advice though without a bit more info…
Do you have a theme or colors selected yet?
Post # 4
If the ceremony will be held on that circular patio, you might consider dressing it up with a round architectural piece with roman columns like this:
Besides that, all you need is a few centerpieces and something to sprinkle on the cake table. What’s your style? Rustic? Vintage? Classic? Modern? Sophisticate?
Post # 5
I am still up in the air with colors too!
- green and light pink
- navy, yellow, and coral
- peach and yellow
I’m open to suggestions and seeing more ideas as far as colors go.
My wedding is next May, so it should be summery and preferably flowers that are in season to keep the price down.
Post # 6
I have thought about having some sort of column. Can something like that be rented?
Since the place is already rustic, I don’t want to overdo with decorations that are rustic too. I am leaning towards something that is very earthy/natural and vintage!
Post # 7
i see your venue and it screams big white paper lanterns:
Post # 8
Yes, columns can be rented! Just check the phone book for a wedding rental place in your area. They can usually deliver and pick up too.
You should definitely page through the inspiration boards on Shippet & Ink to see what you like:
Post # 9
Also might I add that a rustic theme is so easy to do on a budget! Thrift around for some old metal watering cans with character, order some wildflowers in bulk, and stuff them into the watering cans! And there are your table centerpieces!
If there are any farmer’s markets close to you, that would be a very economical way to purchase flowers in bulk.
Post # 10
Thank you for your advice! I found a few I like on snippet and ink, but any other suggestions are still welcome!
My great-grandmother had a collection of (now) very old bottles. I am going to see how many of them would work next time I go home for centerpieces!
Post # 11
You have two fabulous trees as a backdrop…perfect for hanging lanterns. You can make your own using mason jars and hang them at varying heights from the trees. You could also do pomanders and hang those from the trees. You can also carry the mason jar theme to the centerpieces and do some wildflowers mixed with candle arrangements. Gorgeous venue by the way.
Post # 12
This wedding is to die for and it sounds like exactly what you want to go for… check it out! I’m doing something sorta similar, like a rustic, vintage, enchanted forest, so I have TONS more insperation photos if you want! hope this helps!
Post # 13
check this out! looks very similar to your venue..
Post # 14
also, for the natural look-