(Closed) Reception Decor Conflict

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



  • ask for different color table cloths
  • use napkins that are in your color scheme
  • focus on creating awesome centerpieces
  • consider uplighting
  • ask the venue about the extent they will allow decorations (wall and ceiling hangings)



Post # 4
3507 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@jenpritchard86:  I wouldn’t worry to much about the walls but however maybe gold flakes on the tables would help give a pop

Post # 5
46596 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

@jenpritchard86:  Although your venue has a modern edge, it is also done in neutral colors so you are lucky that way.

Do you or anyone close to you sew? Or know how to use fabric glue?

You can buy inexpensive lace placemats on EBay, sew or glue them together and make little covers for only the top of the chair. You can sell them after the wedding.


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Choose ivory or cream tablelcoths, add blush nakins. Use champagne or gold for the base of the centerpiece or votive candles.



vinatge teacups would make lovely centerpieces with peach, cream and pick roses, dahlias, mums. If you kee your flowers seasonal, the cost is more reasonable.


Post # 6
433 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

love this palette but it’s a little more hollywood glam than you would want I think, so picture black lace covered mason jars, blush florals, maybe birdcages and manzanita branches

Post # 7
10 posts

Those lights and walls can be pretty modern and distracting.  One solution you can look into is drapes that cover the walls. They can even come out to where the ceiling is inset.  Then you could also match them to your colour pallette or a more rustic color.  Anything is possible when it comes to transforming a space!

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