Wedding Dress: David Tutera for Mon Cheri
Courtesy of: Encore Formals and Bridal
Since I’ll be getting married in the evening, the lighting will be very important. The lighting of a room can really set the mood. I don’t want my reception space to be too bright, but I also don’t want it to be too dark.
Previously, I blogged about purple uplighting. I still want to do that, but only after dinner is over and the dancing begins. Until then, I want simple lighting that will set a romantic mood. This is why I plan on using plenty of candles and dimmed lights.
The reception venue that I want has high ceilings filled with rows of beautiful chandeliers. Thankfully, all the chandeliers come equipped with dimmers. Add quite a few candles on the staircase, bar and some of the tables and I think the outcome will be perfect.
Here are some pictures that show what I’m looking for:
Photo by Here Comes the Guide
Photo by Arising Images
Photo by Aaron Watson Photography
I’m not planning on getting married outside, but this picture is just amazing
Photo by Ladonna Moderna
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