Now Decorating My Wedding Room :)

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    MrsLetts2Be

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    You girls did such an ace job of helping MrsStandingtobe so in thought id get your help!


    This is my ceremony room (This picture doesnt do it much justice to be honest) It has a lovely window with a big window seat that the table will go in front of and Tony's already agrred to let me have chair covers with a burgadny sash on them Like below!

    howvere im struggling with other decoration idea that dont cost the earth!

    help please you wonderful wedding planners you xxx
     

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    I like those balloons within balloons in that first pic. Anyways! Do you have a theme of sorts at all or are you ok with anything in burgandy?

    Also how big is your dress as don't want to suggest anything on the end of the seat rows if it will obstruct your dress? :)

    Will get thinking ;)
     
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    Well my theme is gerberas thats what the flower displays will be!


    My dress isnt big as in wide but its quite long xx
     
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    Is the ceremony in the same place as your reception? If so, could you use some of the table centre displays on pillars down the aisle?
     
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