Searching for a fix of inspiration when it comes to styling your venue? Look no further than these ideas...
The idea: paper lanterns
Perfect for adorning a venue with a high ceiling - think a marquee or a barn with beams - pretty paper decorations are a no-fuss way to decorate. String them with fairylights for a pop of twinkle!
As seen at: Felicity and John's wedding
The idea: single statement blooms
Lush foliage and plush flowers ooze sophistication and glamour, adding a fairytale-finish to any venue.
As seen at: Victoria and Ben's wedding
Photography: Jo Hastings
The idea: fairylights
Booked a venue with a lot of wooden details? String twinkling fairylights everywhere for some no-fuss added romance.
As seen at: Jo and Chris's wedding
Photographer: Julia and You
The idea: a statement champagne installation
It might not last for long but having an eye-catching display of bubbles will draw your guests in like moths to a flame. Plus, they look amazing.
As seen at: Charlotte and Neil's wedding
Photography: Anneli Marinovich
The idea: keep things fresh
Neutral details grouped together effortlessly creates an understated-luxe feel for any venue.
As seen at: Paula and Gary's wedding
Photographer: Daniel Halpin
The idea: striking light displays
There's nothing quite like a show-stopping light arrangement to transform a room. From lightbulbs to out-of-this-world projections (hello, universe projected on to the ceiling!), there are endless ideas.
As seen at: Kim and Ross's wedding
The idea: seasonal decorations
Look to the seasons for inspiration when it comes to decorating spare space.
As seen at: Amy and Andrew's wedding
Photography: Heather Shuker
The idea: a floral arch
A great focal point for photos, a beautiful indoor arch sets the bar high for the rest of your celebration!
As seen at: Kerry and Ben's wedding
The idea: classic bunting
An oldie but a goodie, strings of handmade bunting are perfect for adding some handmade, rustic charm to any venue.
As seen at: Jack and Bonnie's wedding
Photography: Angela Ward Brown
The idea: sequins!
Sequins are great for adding warmth to a venue; use a subtle scattering for a hint of sparkle, or alternatively, opt for full-on displays - such as these incredible tablecloths - to truly let your reception glitter!
As seen at: Jessica and David's wedding
Photographer: Neil Hanson
The idea: mismatched floral displays
Add some rustic cheer to your venue with arrangements of mix-n-match florals. Think creative: old milk urns, crates, stepladders...
As seen at: Jenna and Dave's wedding
Photography: Emma Boileau
The idea: billowing fabrics
Planning a marquee celebration? Enlist the help of an expert to drape the ceiling and sides with chiffon for an elegant, Moroccan feel.
As seen at: Nadiya and Joe's wedding
Photography: Lucy Davenport
The idea: high-up displays
Eye-catching and extraordinarily extravagant, clever in-the-air displays will also add the illusion of size to your reception tables.
As seen at: Anya and Will's wedding
Photographer: Kerry Ann Duffy
The idea: foliage like never before
Talk to your florist and get creative with your floral displays. Don't limit yourself to arrangements and tablecentres - instead, pick innovative and clever ideas for arranging your foliage. (We adore these floral chandeliers!)
As seen at: Annie and James' wedding
The idea: creative stacks
From teacups to books, birdcages to shells - beautiful stacks of ornaments and objets d'art are an easy extra nod to your wedding theme, as well as adding endless interest to your tables.
As seen at: Hayley and Paul's wedding
Photography: Anna Morgan
The idea: bring the indoors out
Guaranteed a gorgeous summer's day? Give guests the option to soak up the sunshine and bring indoor furniture - such as sofas and cabinets - outside to create a charmingly topsy-turvy feel.
As seen at: this gorgeous shoot
Photography: Megan Tsang Studio