Wedding decorations are wonderful for sprucing up an empty space and adding elegance and extra beauty to the wedding venue. Whether it is additional lounge seating, copious amounts of flowers, or satin sashes tied around the reception seats, there is always design and personal style involved, as well as the need to accentuate the venue space. When you are celebrating your marriage at a historic venue, however, there usually is already a lot of charm and classic beauty all throughout. So that is when you need to decide what decorations will best compliment these historical features, as well as conform with your own personal style and overall theme.
It is best to start inside the venue and carefully examine what the space already has to offer. As for the Allan House, there are such things as Victorian-style furnishings, antique fixtures, and a classic staircase banister that preserves the overall historic feel of our house venue.
To add to these classic features, a lot of brides tend to choose a soft color palette with pink, coral, or red tones. Antique furniture pieces, ornate golden photo frames, rose bouquets, and floral-printed teacups coincide with the soft color palette and historical charm of the space.
So whenever you are in doubt about wedding decorations in a historical venue, always look at its bare bones first. Chances are that the venue you have chosen already has a lot to offer, whether it is the damask wallpaper, crown molding, or crystal chandelier, and all it really needs is some of your personal touches.