Post # 1
- Wedding: May 2013 - Pavilion overlooking golf course scenery, reception at banquet hall
We’re getting hitched at a golf course’s pavilion. It supposedly seats up to 220 (but we will only have max 130), it’s made of ivory colored metal, has high ceilings and nice dark wood ceiling fans, and overlooks the scenic 18th hole.
I need inspiration for how to decorate. So far I’ve come up with a blue aisle runner, tulle wrapped around the support columns, and maybe stringing daisies on fishing line to create a see-through backdrop. These are just Pinterest ideas, not very cohesive yet.
Post pictures if you can! 🙂
Post # 4
My wedding was in a large tent overlooking a lake. It’s not quite the same, I realize, but I decorated with a lot of live flowers – potted plants instead of cut flowers. (this was the rain back-up, I think it came out darn good! – If there hadn’t been the threat of rain we’d have had an archway made b DH’s grandfather as a backdrop.)
Family members grew the flowers for us, so it was a pretty budget friendly option!
I’ve also seen photos of the chairs being decorated with tulle (instead of flowers) on the ends of rows. That might go well with the support beam being wrapped.A
One last idea for decorating the ends of rows:
Post # 5
I kept it simple. I hung paper flowers from the ceiling and curtains to be used as the backdrop. On the tables we had brown table cloths, white and gold lace table runners, and my small diy centerpieces. In an outdoor setting, it’s simpler to let nature set the tone.