(Closed) Making a banquet hall woodsy and 'natural' themed?!

posted 4 years ago in Reception
Post # 2
46653 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Proinceas:  There are a lot of things you can do starting with a woodsy color palette.

A green and brown palette can be used in many ways.

green tablecloths

woodsy centerpieces with simple greenery

a cake


Post # 5
46653 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Proinceas:  You could also hang branches parallel to the ceiling

or pot them up in containers to look like trees with plaster of paris or foam insulation to secure


or do manzanita type centerpieces with or without amaranthus to look like hanging moss



Post # 6
4 posts

When I was looking for venues, one of them was set up to look like a patio/garden, but indoors.  The center pieces were similar to what Julies1949 posted, with the cuts of wood, twine, and wild flowers in mason jars.  They rented chairs that were more garden-y, and they hung globe lights from the ceiling.  The venue did help a little, because it had wood floors and a wall of windows that looked onto a courtyard.  However, it was much more about how the decorated b/c there were also a lot of pictures of the venue that looked were very different styles, too.

Post # 8
47 posts

The chandelier could look great with lots of silk ivy through it too. 

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