Question by FireWife33: Decorating the Church?
I need some suggestions on decorating the church for our wedding ceremony. It is a small church, only seats about 125 people. There are no pews, only chairs, so it may be hard to decorate them. I want to keep it simple, but do something. Any suggestions?
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Question by dlb_blair: Ideas for decorating a round/hexagonal church?
Does anyone have any ideas and/or pictures for how to decorate a church that is hexagonal with chairs instead of pews. The church has a very high ceiling with a skylight and several walls of windows, with a wooden railing for under lighting above each window. Please help; any ideas are really appreciated.
Answer by Bambi Berkowicz Don’t worry too much about the surroundings. Concentrate your decorating efforts to where you and your groom will be standing as you take your vows. That’s the only place people will actually be looking, anyway. Candelabra stands and floral arrangements on pedestals are beautiful. Attach large tulle bows to the sides of the chairs on the aisles if you think you need them and maybe add a couple of flowers to the bows on the front row bows.
Your reception decorations will be viewed for a much longer time than the ceremony’s. Put your money and energy into those, instead.
Decorating church pews for a wedding should reflect the general mood of the wedding, and the decorations should be small enough to not get in the way of the guests. Find church-friendly decorations to adorn the pews with information from an experienced event coordinator in this free video on weddings. Video Rating: 4 / 5