Wedding Flowers - Altar Candelabra, Aisle Pews and Reception Site Flowers
In a candlelight ceremony, the candelabra may be decorated with flowers or greens for a dramatic effect.
Options: Ivy may be twined around the candelabra, or flowers may be strung to them.
Price Range: $25 - $50
Flowers, candles or ribbons are often used to mark the aisle pews and add color.
Options: A cluster of flowers, a cascade of greens, or a cascade of flowers and ribbons are all popular choices. Candles with adorning greenery add an elegant touch.
Things To Consider: Use hardy flowers that can tolerate being handled as pew ornaments. Gardenias and camellias, for example, are too sensitive to last long.
Beware: Avoid using Allium in your aisle pew decorations as they have an odor of onions.
Tips To Save Money: It is not necessary to decorate all of the aisle pews, or any at all. To save money, decorate only the reserved family pews. Or decorate every second or third pew.
Price Range: $5 - $40
Flowers add beauty, fragrance, and color to your reception. Flowers for the reception, like everything else, should fit your style and color scheme. Flowers can help transform a stark reception hall into a warm, inviting and colorful room.
Things To Consider: Consider renting indoor plants or small trees to give your reception a garden-like atmosphere. Decorate them with twinkle lights to achieve a magical effect.
Tips To Save Money: You can save money by taking flowers from the ceremony to the reception site for decorations. However, you must coordinate this move carefully to avoid having your guests arrive at an undecorated reception room. Use greenery rather than flowers to fill large areas. Trees and garlands of ivy can give a dramatic impact for little money. Use greenery and flowers from your garden. Have your reception outside in a beautiful garden or by the water, surrounded by nature's own beauty.
Price Range: $300 - $1,500