Reuse Throw Pillows, Blankets, and Linens You decked out your cocktail hour lounge with color-coordinating pillows and had baskets of blankets on-hand for the chilly evening. What a hostess! The good news is that these are great items to incorporate into your home too, says Francesca DiSalvo-Follmer of Pure Luxe Bride. She suggests that during the planning process, pick items, like napkins and throws, that fit with your home decor as well as the wedding vibe. Also, be sure that you approve of the fabric for long-term use. “Find some youd like to own, so you can keep them after the wedding is over,” she advises.
Gift Your Flowers to Guests or Staff Another option for your florals is to give the arrangements to guests or the staff of your venue. The staff, especially, appreciate the perk of fresh blooms for their kitchen tables, which works well for destination affairs where guests wouldnt be able to take the flowers anyway. Just be sure to separate the stems from the vessels if you have rented the glassware from your florist. The company will need the rentals back, and more than a few times a guest has walked off with the rented vase!
You dont will need to choose colors here, you can go for a subtle white to accent the great thing about the big moment. Rustic decor utilizes a mix of all-natural design features like stone fireplaces, rough textured or wood paneled walls, and organic wood tables. If choosing to earn a rug the focus of an Asian decor, be certain to choose the best fabric for the use.