Seasonal DecorationsLook to the season of your wedding to find a starting point when selecting your decorations. A fall wedding or winter wedding will need different tones and highlights than spring or summer ceremonies. If the cool crisp nights of fall or the snowy fields of winter are your favorite seasonal touches, weave these elements into your decorations. Use clean, clear colors and add brilliant reds and oranges to your fall decorations. Keep the whites pure and add sparkling blues to mimic the winter Kansas sky for your winter wedding. Spring and summer are about the rich colors and soft pastels as a welcome relief to winter's chill. Pull those colors to the forefront with sunny yellows and warm earth tones.
Add Props and Embellishments to Highlight Your Wedding ThemeOnce you have settled on your color scheme, it is time to select the flowers, props and ribbons to complete your decorations. Pew bows can be miniature flower arrangements and they can easily handle an ornament or two. Add faux bird eggs or pastel raffia for your early spring wedding. Winter arrangements can be given a holiday boost or some simple sparkle with the addition of Christmas balls. Keep things monochromatic for a tonal effect or mix up several wedding colors to add richness and cheer. Autumn leaves, twigs, dried grasses and fruits can easily be added to fall arrangements to add depth and texture. Check out the solar powered sunflowers offered by Improvements. These little beauties light up as the sun goes down. With no cords to trip over, these would be a fun and practical addition to a garden party theme or place them along walkways to light up the front of the venue as guests arrive for an evening wedding. For a winter wedding, the sunflowers would add both color and a Kansas hint of the warm days to come in the early dark.
Profession Wedding DecoratorIf planning the decorations yourself seems more like a headache than a party, look into places like Ray Party Rental. Here you will find full service decorating rentals for a wide range of products. Arrangements can be made to set up, deliver and retrieve all the rental pieces or customers can pick up everything at their warehouse. Linens, chairs, tents and accents are readily available to create a decorating plan for your entire wedding. Professional retailers can help you find all the details to create a complete look without having to piece it all together yourself. When even that sounds like too much of a chore, head to services such as Perfect Touch Custom Weddings, in Wichita, where you can hire a professional to handle all of your decorating for you. Packages are available to take advantage of stress-free reception and venue decorations as well as custom packages to meet your specific needs. A nice option is the initial consultation where a professional planner meets with the couple to discuss their needs. Full contact information for area vendors are provided during this first meeting, so brides can evaluate their needs and possibly rescue a limping budget.
The decorations you select are the main supporters of your theme and they carry the task of changing a venue into a wedding site. Big and fancy or simple and elegant, these flowers, ribbons and bows are the tools used to create a personal space for your wedding. Consider your undecorated wedding and reception venues as a blank canvas for you to paint with decorations to create the perfect Kansas wedding site.