So you’ve discovered the wedding venue of your dreams, and are now trying to find out your decorating scheme – great! Some venues are extremely neutral in style, which may make things easy, but others will already have quite intense color schemes or decor in place, which may be more difficult to work around. These are some tips on decorating to match your wedding venue. When it comes to decorating a church for your wedding ceremony, the color scheme shouldn’t be a huge element in your choices. If the church has an ugly mustard yellow carpet that clashes with the dresses you like for your bridesmaids, don’t worry about it. They’ll be walking down the aisle for this short time, and lots of your wedding pictures will be taken elsewhere anyway. Besides, for all you know, the church may change the colour of the carpet prior to your wedding. Choose the colors you like for the church; no one will fault you for clashing with the existing decorations of a house of worship. The reception differs, however. Are you looking about brand styling? Look at the before outlined site.

That’s where your guests will spend most of their time, and it’s important to create a unified design. There’s absolutely no need to match the venue’s colors exactly and in actuality, that could be overkill, but it is a fantastic idea to harmonize with what is there. So if the walls of the reception are painted in a cool gray color, plan a wedding colour palette that either complements it say silver, lavender, and ice blue or one which intentionally contrasts with it like bright red. Avoid choosing colors that will really clash with the decor already in place. Style matters too. Let’s say that you’ve reserved a grand ballroom for your reception. Everything that you choose should be both grand. Choose a formal silk dress with beading and elaborate custom bridal jewelry, and decorate in elegant colors like silver or burgundy. Tall formal centerpieces would be the perfect design for the tall ceilings of a grand ballroom, whereas brief vases of gerbera daisies would be completely underwhelming and out of place.

By the same token, avoid very formal bridal attire or grand custom jewelry for a reception at a rustic setting, and be careful about the way you mix modern design with traditional settings, in addition to the reverse. Needless to say, if you love everything about your reception site except the colour scheme, there are some ways to work around it. Just bear in mind your decorating expenses will be much greater when your strategy is to dramatically change a space, rather than just trying to improve the present features. There are many ways to make changes, especially with lighting and fabric draping. You might need to hire a wedding planner if you would like to radically transform a space. When you create a wedding style that works well with your website, everything will fall into place. The decor will look more pulled together, and the whole result will be more pleasant. It is not always easy, but it’ll be well worth the time to plan wedding decorations that work well with the style of your reception venue.