Decorating a wedding on a budget

Are you getting married? If yes, congratulations are in order. You will be spending the rest of your life with the person with whom you share romance, love, and companionship. The wedding is about the ceremony. Guests, on the other hand, have a different opinion. For them the reception is the most important part, as they have the chance to eat, drink, and have serious fun. Decorating the wedding reception is not cheap. A lot of money goes into embellishing the décor. The good news is that you can cut down on costs. Decorating a wedding on a budget is possible; you just have to know how to. Continue reading to discover our tips.

Try rustic wrapping

You should incorporate many natural elements into the wedding décor. What you can try is a combination of green and pink. Together with rustic woodland, the result will be spectacular. Chic, if you prefer this word. There is no reason why you should not have a rustic woodland style wedding. The décor will be romantic, not to mention that you have the opportunity to bring the outdoors in. You can mix the rustic look with the elegance of the marriage ceremony.

Incorporate ribbons into the wedding décor

Getting married on Christmas day used to be a popular tradition. Nowadays, not that many people are willing to get married in the cold months of the year. But you are. If you are getting hitched on Xmas, or close enough, incorporate Christmas hanging decorations. Nobody will laugh at you for having a Christmas-themed wedding. On the contrary, they will have only kind words. How are you going to pull off a Christmas-themed wedding? Besides using lots and lots of ribbon, you can use soft greys and blue colours. Sparkly glitter and crystals are a must.

Pay attention to lighting

Lighting significantly influences the venue, having the power to transform it from plain to extraordinary. Candles or twinkling lights set the mood and they are not even expensive. So, what do you say? Maybe you cannot make use of candlelight. Some venues have a very strict no-open flame policy. There are lighting options that match your budget and taste. It is just necessary to look hard enough. You can use lighting at all hours of the day. If the venue is poorly illuminated, then you have no choice but to use lighting. You do not want people to fall, do you?