Post # 1
So I’m getting married in Glasgow, Scotland.
The ceremony will be at House for an Art Lover, in what they call the music room.
Here is a picture of the Music Room set up for a dinner.
Here is what it looks like with the chairs in rows (the chairs would be purple and there wouldn’t be the tv’s. This was the set up for a business meeting
The reception will be in an upscale pub/restaurant called the Ubiquitous Chip. It used to be a greenhouse basically – the roof is all glass and there are plants and fairy lights everywhere. It looks like this:
I will have floral centerpieces for each table at dinner, probably with a candle or two as well.
So my question is – Do I need decor?? If so, what? Maybe wrap the poles at Ubiquitous Chip with something? Thoughts? HELP 🙂
Post # 3
No – I honestly think the floral centerpieces will be enough! Beautiful locations!!!
Post # 4
Beautiful all on its own.
Post # 5
@Glasgowbound: With table florals, you don’t need any more.
I like all of the Mackintosh references. I know that Charles Renie Macintosh is from Glasgow. I’ve been there a few times, interesting place. I l ove Scotland!
Post # 6
That is GOREGEOUS! I think centerpieces will be plenty at that reception site. You might put a runner in the ceremony site but it is fairly small and with chairs and people in there, it will be full.
Post # 7
@FauxPas2012: It’s a Charles Rennie Mackintosh House. He designed it in the 1920’s for an art competition in Glasgow, but it was never built. In the 90’s, an architect built it and kept it exactly the way Mackintosh designed it. The “real”, original Mackintosh houses aren’t available to rent, but since this one is “new”, you can rent it for weddings and whatnot.
Post # 8
@Glasgowbound: Very pretty venue! LoL, I love that the picture is a venue of Mortgage Lovers. Totally like a wedding ceremony 🙂
I’d say you’d just need somethign on the tables, but the venue has such pretty linen draping that you’re covered elsewhere! Good find!
Post # 10
Hmm I can only tell you what I would do. I would do one of those petal swirl aisle runners and some kind of decoration at the front. Then for the reception I would dosome kind of decorated lanterns on the table and call it a day. Good find!
Post # 11
I love the reception site, and it seems like it only needs centerpieces to be completed. For the ceremony site, perhaps add an aisle runner or flower petals? Or candles and flowers at the front of the room?
Post # 12
i defo dont think your reception venue will need dressing at all its so beautiful on its own. I think maybe if you could define the ceremony area with an arch or something and an aisle runner to focus peoples attention. Its got amazing lighting tho!
Post # 13
Venue twins!! We’re having the ceremony in the main hall, though, and the reception in the Music Room. I’m not planning on adding anything to the decor – it’s stunning as is. We’ve been asked to provide floral pieces for plinthes at the front, but that’s all.
Post # 14
Just add some centre pieces and you’re good to go!
Post # 15
@bikukii: yeah for venue twins!!!!!!!!!!!
they did mention that they have pillars for up front Oslo we’ll do some flowers there. I’m also pondering something for the aisle side of the chairs – not sure if that’s allowed though so I will have to ask. I’ve never actually been there – FI’s family has but neituse Fiance or I have 🙂
Post # 16
@Glasgowbound: absolutely not, and can I just say that you’re definitely going to have a beautiful wedding.