Post # 1
ok, so i have been planning an all outdoor ceremony and reception for my june 2013 wedding for 11 months now. i recently checked into prices of renting all the things i would need for that to be possible. needless to say, i realized i was in a bit over my head. so, i checked our local american legion for the reception and they recently updated so it looks really nice. the problem is that we can’t hang anything from the walls or ceiling due to paint coming off from tape and ceiling tiles getting damaged. they are so cheap that i can’t say no to doing it there. i’m starting to get terrible anxiety about this though because i had planned for a very rustic/vintage wedding and i don’t know how to achieve that now that i’m so limited on decor. i already have like 300 pieces of milkglass. any suggestions to make this place look the way i want? help? 🙁
Post # 3
A picture of the inside the venue may be helpful.too bad they won’t let you hang anything.Can you ask if they would allow hooks in where the ceiling and wall meets? It won’t show and they can be used for Christmas decor if they want.
Post # 5
sorry, im very new to posting on this site and i made a mistake so i edited the 1st one. i asked if i could even use bent paper clips to hang around the tracks on the ceiling and they said no 🙁
Post # 6
Welcome to the bee, Was just cuious apparantly a PP on the other post though I was being rude, If I came off rude to you believe me this wasn’t the intention. I still stick by using a tree in aa pot or something, dried branches perhaps.
Post # 7
Do you have any photos of the place?
Maybe doing some indoor trees
Post # 8
Poles. at all corners of the room. Run rope from the top of each pole and clip what you want to the rope?
Post # 9
I would suggest maybe looking into lightscaping? I’ve heard that can have a big effect on a room, though I don’t know how much it would run.
This link shows what I am talking about.
Post # 10
@RyanAndKristina2012: I was going to suggest something like this or screens.
Uplighting could also work.
Post # 11
I agree with the lighting. People will notice the uplighting an not the boring walls.