By On Jul 24, 2018 Wedding Ideas
Its like the elegant wedding version of a disco dance floor. Planner and event designer Preston Bailey and his team created this dance floor that lit bright yellow and purple flowers from underneath to create a serious pop in the middle of the room. Its a complete room transformation like this that makes us love weddings. "My favorite way to wow the guests is to create something they have never seen," he says. "Ultimately, I always try to push the limit of whats new and different.
It may seem counterintuitive, but unless you own some very nice clothes, wedding rentals may be the easiest choice in terms of keeping your wedding simple. Rented tuxedos and dresses are fairly hassle-free, especially when compared with shopping for and buying clothes for the whole wedding party. Rental shops will usually make any necessary alterations and the fees are considerably less than buying the wedding party clothes.
This modern draped ceiling, by designer and planner Tara Guerard, takes the black-and-white checkerboard dance floor and literally turns it around for a totally unexpected look. For an otherwise classic, formal wedding at Marlsgate Plantation in Scott, Arkansas, this lounge area was the perfect place to let loose a little with the design. The draped ceiling adds a fun twist to the other elegant details, like the navy and white color palette, comfy living-room-style seating and damask print details.
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