The description of Wedding Accesories
There are so many wedding accessories that can enliven your wedding, all made to make your marriage more interesting.
Table Setting - Most wedding venues that provide caterers usually provide a variety of table linens and decorations in a variety of basic colors. Ask to see examples of their settings so you can assess whether they will fit, and also think about whether to set their own table settings. There are many specialist companies that rent out linen table decorations to business cards, so if you're planning a particular theme it might be better to package the base material yourself. For example, if you are planning a Victorian wedding, you can rent special antique cookware, linens, candlesticks and even chair cover to give you a special, authentic impression.
• Ribbons, ribbons and paper ornaments - ribbons and colored ribbons make it a great and inexpensive way to continue your color scheme. Purchase a wide broad band, and a big bow tie around the back of the chair and push the ribbon in the arch and rafter to entertain a dark corner. Paper decorations are also quite affordable, and come in the form of paper lanterns and hanging decorations in the form of traditional weddings such as bells, bows and horse shoes.
Favors - wedding favors are the traditional way to decorate a table, and usually come in the form of small gifts like peppermint or sweet almond, served in a pretty pocket or hoop bag. You can also purchase special and personalized help for close family members, and help based on your wedding theme. For example, if you have a beach-themed wedding, the favor can include beautiful shells or pink shrimp candy.
• Flowers are a great way to decorate the room, but fresh flowers and silk can be very expensive. If you are a budget, just include a small flower arrangement on the guest table, with a slightly larger setting on the table. Remember that out of season or exotic flowers will be much more expensive than the season, bloom is more common.