By On Aug 06, 2018 Wedding Ideas
When you think about it, nature really does provide some of the best décor – just take a starry night sky, for example. And event designer Sharon Sacks used nature to her advantage when planning this tented wedding reception. “We left the ceiling open in sections so guests could see the stars while still creating an intimate feel by making a space for the reception,” Sacks says. It also meant guests got a great view of fireworks at the end of the night!
Keeping your guest list to an easily managed size is an excellent way to keep your wedding simple. Your guest list affects everything from how many people you have to serve at your wedding to how big your reception venue needs to be.
As if it were a Broadway play, event and floral designer David Beahm set the tone for a dramatic-yet-elegant ceremony with a stunning all-white curtained entrance. Beyond the curtain, beautiful large white flower arrangements and dramatic lighting gave the room at The Pierre hotel in New York City an intimate glow. "Lighting brings out the drama in everything," Beahm says.
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