December 12, 2019

Easy Holiday Decorating Tips

Easy Holiday Decorating Tips
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Although wedding and event season primarily occurs during the spring and summer months, winter weddings and events have become increasingly popular in recent years. The chilly weather that was once a deterrent for many brides, grooms, and event-goers has now become an element worth incorporating into event design. The twinkling snow that winter provides adds a romantic essence to special occasions, and the cooler temperature presents an opportunity to create a cozy ambiance using flickering candles.
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Floral designers who prefer to stick with a more wintery theme can integrate frosted glass vases and clear glass vases that resemble snow and ice into event decor. Florists can cut down on mechanics by utilizing frosted glass squares and cylinders because they don't need to be lined to hide stems. They also pair well with pillar candles and can create an astonishing display that guests will never forget.
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Add texture to tabletops with nature-inspired decor such as wreaths, pinecones, berries, and evergreen branches. Pinecones and berries also make a beautiful addition to bridal bouquets and won't overwhelm flowers. Organic elements subtly enhance the cheerful vibe of holiday parties and winter weddings while also creating a serene rustic ambiance.
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Bright vibrant colors tend to dominate during the warmer months, but darker hues reign in the wintertime. Jewel tones like sapphire, ruby, and emerald create a sophisticated atmosphere and add dimension to any space. Incorporating moody floral arrangements and dark accent pieces in a tablescape is a simple way to add bold colors to holiday event decor.
The longer the tablescape, the better! Long tablescapes ensure that there's plenty of space to create breathtaking displays. Transform a simple wooden tabletop by lining it with gentle flickering candles, gorgeous flowers, textured table runners, lush greenery, and stunning centerpieces.
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Professional wedding and event planners have mastered the art of weaving winter elements into their designs in a tasteful manner. Though some opt for winter wonderland decor, event designers aren't limited to this theme. With moody color palettes, nature-inspired decor, and long tablescapes the possibilities of creating an elegant event are endless. It may be cold outside, but you can create a warm atmosphere with the right holiday event decor!

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