Monday, December 1, 2014

Backyard Wedding Bash

So you've decided to have a backyard bash 
For your wedding venue. 
This of course doesn't mean you have to have 
A bar-b-que , lots of couples have transformed 
Plain yards into a gorgeous venue. 
Here are some design tips…




How to host a wedding in your own backyard

Exchanging vows in your own backyard can be overwhelming,
But it can also be quite rewarding. Tying the knot close to home
Is a reflection of the couple's willingness to be creative and to
keep their big day personal. It also allows the bride and groom the
Opportunity to customize details regarding décor and food that may
Not be possible with a public venue. And while homegrown weddings
May not have as many restrictions and rules as say, a hotel or hall,
There is still a lot of planning, negotiating, and measuring to do,
Not to mention, making a high-stakes deal with Mother Nature.











In general, outdoor weddings are a fabulous way
To showcase nature's beauty. 
When working with your florist, consider seasonal 
Flowers and accents that complement what is 
Already growing in the yard.
Let nature work its magic to inspire you, 
And help beautify the event. Maybe your yard 
Already has natural elements that can add to the décor,
Such as using tree stumps as chairs, 
Or draping luscious fabric between two trees to
Create a backdrop for the ceremony location.
Whatever you decide, take advantage of the space's
Natural elements to build up the event's décor and theme.


There will always be detail upon detail to consider 
When planning a wedding, let alone a backyard wedding.
Hiring a wedding planner to guide you is always 
A great way of keeping your day on track.
They are also the creative and logistical contact 
Between you and your vendors. Your day, while beautiful,
Can also be emotional and overwhelming. 
Having someone there to assist every step of the way
Is a great way of allowing yourself, and your guests, 
To be free of last-minute hiccups.
After all is said and done, remember your wedding day
Is all about you and your betrothed. 
So figure out the nitty-gritty details, plan accordingly, 
And relish in all the day has to offer.



Balloons and Bows

Adding bows, ribbons, and balloons to your backyard wedding decorations
Will help you avoid over-using flowers, or give you an alternative to 
Plant-based decor if you're not exactly a flower fan. 
Use balloons in your wedding colors to adorn the ends of the
Aisles where guests will sit, or have a large balloon bouquet made to 
Accent the area of the yard where you will exchange your vows. 
You can also rent a balloon arch for the wedding, or use small
Balloon bouquets as the centerpieces for the outdoor tables 
Where guests will enjoy the reception. Tie satin ribbons around 
The balloon arrangements to add an elegant feel, and use ribbon
Or bows for decorating the chairs by attaching large bows to the
Backs of the seats. You can also use bows or ribbon to tie your bouquet
Together, or keep the flowers in your bridesmaid's bouquets intact.



So, you are inspired and full with ideas, you have many inspiring boards

On Pinterest and you’ve read all the magazines that exist but you 

Don’t have to plan a celebrity's look alike wedding to party and feel 

Special .At the end of the day, your wedding is about you, your fiancé 
And Your loved ones. Yes, shiny, fancy, expensive things look pretty and
Are Nice To have, but they aren’t must-haves. So here at Wedding 
Party ,We’re suggesting that simple is better and less is more.
Share us on your wedding plans…
See you on the next post,
Love,
Talila

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