Articles About Wedding Decoration

Top 10 Backyard Wedding Reception Ideas

Backyard Wedding Reception IdeasWhen planning the perfect wedding, many people are choosing to have the reception in their own backyard. This can be much more cost effective and intimate for the bride and groom as well as the guests. There are many fun backyard wedding reception ideas that will make this wedding just as special as if it were held in a grand ballroom. Below is a list of the top ten backyard wedding reception ideas.

1. Plant flowers early and be sure that they are the appropriate flowers for the season. Make sure they are well taken care of so that they are not wilted or worse for the reception.

Wedding Centerpiece Ideas 2011

Wedding Centerpiece IdeasModern wedding centerpieces are taking on a very unique look. Instead of the traditional wedding flowers, or candles inside candleholders, placed in the middle of each table, wedding centerpiece ideas are showing a lot more creativity in 2011. Lanterns, birdcages, bonsai trees, antique pieces, suspended centerpieces, cupcake centerpieces, upside down wine glasses (used as candle holders) – many of these centerpieces are economical and elegant and with just a few touches, can be tailored to your wedding colors.

If you need some wedding centerpiece ideas, consider having a different centerpiece on each table.

Top 10 Outside Wedding Decoration Ideas

Outside Wedding Decoration IdeasTheme appropriate outside wedding decoration ideas help create a perfect setting for a celebration of love in the way nature intended it. Below you will find top 10 outside wedding decoration ideas for various wedding party themes.

1. Beach Wedding. A beach wedding ceremony décor should relate to the outside natural surroundings by incorporating several nautical colors and shades, including white, blue and green. Ocean inspired outside wedding decoration ideas like anchors, fishing nets and surfing boards create a perfect beach ambiance. Table decorations should continue the beach wedding theme by using large clear glass bowls and filling them with sand, pearls, seashells and candles.