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The entrance hall was spruced up with the addition of a large rug, a rustic console and painted chairs to give a taster of what guests were about to see inside. Further homely touches such as lanterns and candles were also added to create a warm welcome.
To add some warmth and colour to the large space, fresh branches were tied to the beams on the ceiling to create a pretty green canopy.
Extra wide trestle tables were used to allow for the table groupings and garlands. White, floor length linen tablecloths were placed on the tables for a crisp white background on which to display the garlands and groupings.
Garlands of greenery, which included ivy and eucalyptus, were placed on the tables with gold and copper tin cans. Different sized candles and succulents were then used to add some extra detail to the garlands.
Most village halls have a wooden floor. To add some contrast to the wood, a large black and white rug was placed at one end of the middle line of tables. Teamed with an old barrel, which made a perfect stand for the wedding cake, this really suited the wedding theme and setting perfectly.
White folding chairs were used for guests to sit on at the tables. These were chosen to match the crisp tablecloths and to ensure the table décor stood out. To the side of the room, ivory inflatable furniture and coffee tables were added to create a chill out area for guests to use.
Festoon lighting was strung informally over the village hall’s stage teamed with some topiary balls to the front. The topiary ball pots were painting gold and copper to match the table decorations.
A rustic bar section was created using old metal with added industrial shelving and some old wooden crates. Large BAR letters were placed at the back of the bar to complement the on-trend look.
To continue the rustic industrial feel, galvanised pails were filled with ice and drinks for guests to help themselves.
Tips and styling by Get Knotted.