The spaces set to host your wedding ceremony and reception should provide the ideal backdrop for your sense of style. You can create a wonderful, picturesque view of you and your partner at the altar when you add the right touches to your ceremony space, and set the tone for your reception dinner with the right details. One important choice you have to make when it comes to decorating your reception space is what to use for the centerpieces. Table centerpieces often showcase floral designs, and they often show off your wedding colors. However, you can certainly experiment with different ideas. While a more formal wedding might call for a more traditional and conservative piece, you may want to showcase your creativity with a non-floral design, or by adding something like old photos to personalize your space.
Your Reception Should Match The Tone Of Your Wedding
You should feel free to create a setting that fits you and your partner – after all, this is your special day, and you deserve to feel reflected in it! One thing you should consider is that the way you decorate will inform the tone of your wedding. If you plan to provide a formal reception experience with a plated meal, and finer dining, a playful centerpiece can feel out of place.
Can You Create Your Own Centerpieces?
You can certainly take on the task of creating your own centerpieces as part of a DIY wedding project! Many couples will look to DIY projects to open up opportunities to save money, and to create just the right tone for their special day. Of course, if you commit to this project, make sure you know what to expect in terms of the time and materials you need to commit.
Texas Old Town Can Give You The Perfect Space For Your Wedding
At Texas Old Town, couples looking to enjoy a beautiful Austin wedding experience can discover a wonderful ceremony setting, and the ideal space for their reception. Our versatile venue can help you host an amazing wedding, special event, or corporate event! To schedule a tour of our event venue in Kyle, TX, call our office today at 512-396-1800 or complete our online contact form.