News; the decorations should suit the theme of the wedding shower

Published: Thursday 14 January, 2016


If you are in charge of this very special occasion there are certain steps you should follow to make sure that the decorations are continuous throughout and carry the overall theme of of the event. For example, if there is a medieval theme it would require a much different decoration plan compared to one based on a seashore or other theme. As the person ins charge of decorating the reception, you should sit down and carefully plan out what would make the function practical as well as decorative.





They all participate in trying to make the wedding reception a special day for the bride and the groom. There are a number of activities and jobs that need to be performed for the wedding reception and the topmost on the list after deciding the venue should be the wedding reception decorations such as tissue pom poms, tissue honeycomb balls, paper straws and so on. Your wedding reception can look really dull and boring if you don't have any decorations and it can also look shabby if you use too many decorative items. 





What you need to keep in mind is that the decorations should suit the theme of the wedding shower that you have chosen and that the bride should likes it. Try to follow with tableware which is specific to the theme that you have chosen for the wedding shower. If it is a more rustic dinner try to follow with simple plates and with little and preferably no decoration, while in tea party, we recommended some colorful china with flowers and different designs. You can choose a large arch of flowers or a centre-piece, or both- everything is suitable depending on your taste. Use your own creative imagination and choose the best paper straws wholesale for the great event. It is important that you decide on flower arrangement that suits your wedding settings. Choose a color combination that appeals to you and is in harmony with the entire setting.



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