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Information of Decorating For Weddings

Nine Months Ahead

Once the budget has been set, it is time to think about the fun aspects. By now, couples have already secured the venue and know what they have to work with. The color scheme should be finalized at this time. Look through some bridal magazines to get some ideas for the best colors based on the season of the event. This is also a time to visit a florist to discuss what the options are within the budget and seasonal availability.

Six Months Ahead

This is the time to begin shopping for materials. Scour home d├ęcor shops and online vendors to compare prices and to see what is available. For those who are making all of their own components, such as centerpieces, begin working on those six months ahead of time. For many weddings, brides will collaborate with bridesmaids and work together to get this work done more quickly. It can be a fun pre-wedding event!

Two Months Ahead

During this period, it is time to make a final evaluation of what has been completed and what is left to do. Inventory everything, from centerpieces to backdrops to boutonnieres and make sure everything is ready to go. Make sure that these decorations are stored in a safe, dry place to prevent any damage.

Two Weeks Ahead

Crunch time is here, and it is time to get ready to decorate. Check with the venue to double-check any policies regarding fastening items to the walls and other areas. For instance, some places will not allow any holes in the walls, so thumb tacks or push pins cannot be used. Others may not allow anything sticky or tacky to be used, so make sure to be fully aware of the rules.

Once everyone knows what is and is not allowed, take a trip to the craft store to make sure all of the items needed to decorate are ready to go. Think about getting things like floral wire, string, staplers and so on to affix everything.