Decorate wedding venue using day to day objects



Sep 20 2019     By Asha Parvathy


Decorating the wedding venue is not an easy task. It needs a lot of imagination and creativity to convert an ordinary room into a beautiful background for the wedding.


It is also an expensive process. So why not create a dream like an ambience using the day to day and unconventional objects.

 

Books

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Create décor materials from old books. If you could source some old books then create book art using these books. If you are not interested in the DIY method then seek the help of an expert. If you are worried that it will spoil the books then don’t worry there are tricky paper folding methods that could be used to create art. You could place or hang these art projects in your wedding venue to create a ‘novel’ look.

 

Bangles

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Bangles have always been an integral part of bridal accessories. If creativity is your biggest strength then you could use your old bangles as wedding décor. Let us travel through the memory line, could you remember making DIY décor chains using broken glass bangles that are bent by exposing it to fire. They are the really cost-effective method to decorate the venue. Suspend the colourful strings of glass bangle chains in and around your wedding. The backdrop for the mandap can also be created using the bangles.


 

Kalire

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It is another essential bridal accessory (especially for a Punjabi bride) which can be turned into a venue décor. Hang it around your mandap to give a royal look to the venue. You could even create an attractive chandelier using kalires.


 

Paper lanterns

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The venue can be decorated using miniature paper lanterns as well as paper balloons. You could tie these miniature paper arts to strings and hang them at the venue to get a more dramatic look.


Balloons

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There are no rules like balloons should only be used for a birthday celebration. Wedding venues could also be made beautiful using various colours of balloons or you could also stick to a neutral colour to suit your colour theme.


 

Bunting

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It is a term used to refer to the festive decorations such as strings of colourful triangular flags made of fabric, plastic or paper. Weddings are also occasions of celebrations where we celebrate the union of two individuals. So bunting could also be used to decorate the venue.

 

Legos

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Let your imagination run wild with loads of legos. You could bring anything using your creative mind at the wedding venue to decorate it.


 

Pinwheels

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Like paper lanterns and balls, pinwheels can also be used in wedding venue decoration. Colourful pinwheels will add charm to your wedding venue.


 

Tassels

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Another great way to decorate the wedding venue is to use tassels.


 

Mason jars with fairy lights

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Instead of hanging fairy lights you could place it in mason jars to add a soft and sophisticated ambience.







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