Getting hitched is one of the biggest decisions of your life and right from selecting the venue and deciding the menu to determining the guest list and organising the décor you have to get everything sorted. This goes without saying that it may often convert into something that is quite overwhelming for you.
Irrespective of whether you are planning for an indoor or an outdoor wedding, pre-planning is something that is imperative for the D day. Now if you are planning an outdoor wedding arranging for a tent will be of great help if the weather turns out to be unfavourable for you and you still want the replenishing outdoor vibe.
Visualise the sequined tablecloths, hanging flowers, vintage wedding décor and lots of lush greenery embellishing the place where you exchange the vows. So here are some top DIY ideas for decorating your wedding tent in a way that everyone will just love.
You can choose from an all-white or sequined glam wedding tent to rustic and elegant ones and whimsical vineyard wedding tents. These ideas will enhance the aesthetics of each kind and give you the dream décor that you have always desired.
This happens to be one of the most popular ways of decorating the wedding tent. You can opt for a variety of flamboyant fabrics, twist them together and then hang or secure them from various rooftop sections. The next thing that you can do is drape them or run them to the sides of the tent for a billowy appearance. You can also run them directly around the support poles. For enhancing the look you can also incorporate the LED light strings.
Lining the Sidewalls
If you have sidewalls on the wedding tent, you can spice the things up by draping the fabrics from the wall top. You can create arches with the fabrics or hang them so that they flow all the way to the ground. You can even try mixing up the two. Another option is to use strings of LED lights with fabrics for illuminating the fabric colours.
Ornamental Room Dividers or Columns
With this, you can further accentuate the appearance under the tent. Room dividers are quite helpful when you want to highlight the illusion of a much larger space. Not only that, these also help to direct the flow of the guests for the specific areas of the dining area or the dance floor. Columns add a certain grace of their own especially when you place them near the table where you are going to cut the wedding cake. You can even add flowers fabrics and lighting to these places.
Decorative Floor Level Pieces
Pole Draping and Chandeliers
This is a kind of draping style where vines, flowers, LED lights and fabrics are run from any of the upper supports at the top of the tent to any of the other supports placed in the upper side. Make sure they are shorter so as not to obscure movements when you leave them to hang freely. There are many tent venues where chandeliers can be added to the ceiling for providing more lighting and add an upscale charm.