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It's not just for wedding ceremonies. Wedding planner Will
Hall showcases the versatility of our traditional colonnade arch system
with this setup in the reception that elevates the importance of the
sweetheart table for the happy couple.
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System Starts with Location, Location, Location
Decorating a colonnade arch system
to be the focal point of a wedding ceremony demands far more artistry
than most wedding guests understand. While most wedding planners,
brides and guests focus on the color scheme, lighting and other sizzle
factors, the most important consideration, according to ace wedding
planner Will Hall of Your Wedding Solution is the location.
for the entire e-guide, "How to Decorate a Colonnade Arch System"
free pdf download.
especially those behind the arch system, are going to be a distraction
and will need to be blocked from view to focus attention on the bride
and groom. Set up a pipe and drape as a backdrop behind the arch
system, just like the back of a trade show booth.
that are low will guide you to using six-foot columns while very high
ceilings need seven-foot columns to create a more vertical look and
help fill the overhead space.
and other entries need to be considered. Note the room layout and
traffic flow and arrange the colonnade arch system to face the main
entry. This ensures the front is seen immediately upon walking through
the door for a striking first impression.
are often shockingly hard to find. The number and placement of
electrical outlets will affect whether and how lighting can be used.
The closer the lights to the outlets the better, since the longer the
wires the greater the potential safety issues. Cords and wires may need
to be covered, taped and/or tied. Use white wires to blend in with the
white arch system.
Also, see arch
system choices here.
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off the latest dÃ©cor for your Halloween party.
The colored or white light
comes from an LED
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