Gorgeous uplighting! Mine is similiar (colorwise) Our celebration is all at the same venue as well! I can't seem to attach my photos, I can email you what our ceremony/reception will look like if that will help?
@Angel - thanks for the link! I am just running into the trouble of not wanting to spend too much, I also want to do the decorating myself as opposed to hiring someone. The venue lets me use their backdrop, steps for the stage, and 6 pillars for free - so hopefully it's a good start for me. - Not really looking for too extravagant decor for the ceremony.
@TheFutureMrsMcWilliams - that would be PERFECT my email is *****.***********@*****.***
@Raven For me I am letting my centerpieces "do the work". If your centerpieces are the bomb, you wont have to add much .That is what makes the room "pop" .Extravagant centerpeices,chair covers and rose pedals, is all I am doing
Eh, my ceremony and reception is in an aquarium. So unless you have a giant fish tank at your disposal, I won't be any help. However since it's a "flipped" room, centerpieces will double as aisle decor.
It ended up not even being what we had discussed, but I didn't really care because my ceremony was like 20 minutes long and I just went with whatever they set up...here is what it looked like with us on it...
ETA, there were like candle things along the aisle and some other stuff on the floor you can kinda see.
This is my venue. most of the decor will be supplied by them. I got silver chair covers and purple sashes for the chairs. I might get some tall vases with floating candles for the aisle but the venue said they might have some we can use. Have yet to look at them though. One of the pics is one I particularly like of the aisle. The other pics are an example of the uplighting that comes with it (can switch colors) and then the layout of the entire balloom, it's a big L shape with the bar to the far left. The ceremony and reception take place in this room.
My ceremony and reception are being held at the same place. There is a lot of natural beauty there so my decorator will only be adding a couple of things to the reception space. Basically my venue is a big old dairy barn that was relocated to Arizona from Wisconsin. We'll have galvanized tubs with babys breath down the aisle with lots of rustic/country decor along with it.