Tips for Enhancing your Wedding Venues with Drapes
Your wedding reception is the first impression guests will get of your big day. You want your venue to look special. You want it to reflect your theme and your personality as well. However, most venues feature wooden beam ceilings, particle board, and ordinary tiles. The carpet isn’t in the color you were hoping for and the walls are bare.
Decorating a wedding reception venue can be a daunting task. The good news is that, you don’t need to spend a lot of money to transform your wedding reception venue. With a little creativity, you can create a romantic atmosphere for your big day.
Drape the ceiling
Drapes are a great option if you are looking to make the space decadent without spending a lot of money. It’s amazing what a little fabric can do. Drapes can transform the room and give your wedding reception the “wow” factor. They can transform a venue from dull and uninviting to a beautiful and intimate wedding reception.
If your venue has an unsightly ceiling, consider draping it. They can hide the things you don’t want people to see. They can also bring the perceived ceiling height to a more comfortable level. This will not only ensure that your venue looks amazing, it also creates a soft, intimate atmosphere.
For best results, we highly recommend that you choose a fabric that compliments with your color scheme. For a chic wedding, nothing beats decors in a simple palette of white and silver. It makes your wedding venue look elegant and formal. Opt for bright colors if you are after a fun vibe. Hang the drapes at different levels to give a festival look to your ceiling.
Drape the walls
Whether you have chosen a hotel function room or a community center as your venue, wall drapes can help transform it into a luxurious wedding venue. Drapes do not only make your venue look incredible, they can also help control the noise and temperature inside the room.
Velvets, damasks, and brocades are ideal for wall draping. They are recommended for weddings since they look expensive, luxurious and rich. Satins, on the other hand, are lightweight and will add a luxurious look to the room. Sheer fabrics like gauze or tulle have a light, floaty appearance. They can be used for covering windowed walls. Because they are lightweight, light will shine through them. This is beneficial for morning weddings.
Posted on Tue, July 25, 2017
by Drew McMullian