(Closed) Help me decorate my chapel – without breaking my budget.

posted 5 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
526 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I would accentuate the wooden “columns” as you enter the chapel. With only that small touch it will really highlight that architectural feature and will also keep costs low. For $50 per “column” you could use some ivy, baby’s breath and even a few “budget” flowers in your colors. Other than that I don’t think the space needs much. 

Post # 4
503 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

It’s so wonderful already, I’d have a hard time seeing anything to fix!  I would brighten it up a little with some babys breath (which isn’t too expensive, really) and some ribbon around the entrance columns and on either side of the alter (the rails over those burgundy curtains).  It would frame everything really nicely.  Depending on your dress and colours, I would go with one color of satin ribbon (something light) and some lace, or burlap if that’s your bag.  You can wind them around the poles and the rails and then tuck the baby’s breath in here and there.

Any extra ribbon could be use to add little bows to the end of a few of the pews to line the aisle!

Post # 7
46414 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

@bretonvirgniia:  I don’t remember your colors or theme (if any), but I would place a garland along the top of that wooden structure. I’m not a church goer so I don’t know the proper name.

The garland should follow the horizontal beam on the left, rise up to the middle horizontal section, then go down to the horizontal beam on the right.

I think it would focus attention on the front of the chapel and look great in your pics.


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