(Closed) Reception Problem

posted 9 years ago in Reception
Post # 4
2470 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

hehe when I clicked on the link the camera scans over the building with the columns, and I totally thought it was real! … until it continued.

Did you ask the venue if others have camouflaged the mural before? I think fabric draping might be the best way to go since screens will be too short. the biggest challenge will be where the mural surrounds doors and other spots. I’ll think on this one…

Post # 5
1423 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

Wow.  That IS a mural.  At first I thought maybe you were a bit overly worried over a lil’ ol’ thing, but that is HUGE!

So, you could do the whole fabric draping thing, but that could very easily be well outside your budget.  If it’s not be sure to do the ceiling, too, and you’d have an awesome tent-effect.  For the doors, you would maybe just need to leave a seam in the fabric for the door and use curtain ties (or something like it) to hold the fabric back for an opening. 

If all that fabric would be out side the budget, you may just need to live with the mural and have a middle-east themed wedding.  It would certainly be one of a kind, and it could be beautiful.  Just dim the lights a lot, and have lots of candlelight.  Add sheer fabrics, some pillows, a belly dancer and you’ve got yourself a party. 

Sorry, that’s all I got!

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