Happy wedding season! We are so excited to kick of our 2017 wedding season, time for champagne, gorgeous brides, dancing, and lots of cake! Last week we posted 2017 Wedding Trends, Pt.1, and we had so many trends we decided to break it up into two posts! We can’t wait to see all of these fun trends this year!
Lighting is an important part of any event, and can make such a big difference in the look of the space! Some of our favorite lighting elements are chandeliers like these classic round candle beauties:
Or traditional with one of these classic chandeliers:
Most couples opt for up-lights, which are a great way to add color or warmth to a room. A few strategically placed lights can make such a big difference! We also love light washes which provide a fun patterned look . They can be used to take up some blank wall space, or add something fun to the dance floor.
One of the easiest ways to add color, texture and style to your wedding, is to add some linens. With table cloths, runners, overlays, and napkins, there are so many options! Don’t be afraid to play with bold colors and patterns for your big day!
If you’re looking to put your reception decor over the top, consider using an often overlooked part of the wedding area. Lighting, draping, and tall centerpieces are a great way to draw your guest’s eyes up. Using the ceiling will not only make your reception space look larger, it will also give you that “WOW” factor!
"We just had our wedding at Elliston and we were SO HAPPY with our entire experience. We initially chose Elliston because of its uniqueness. The day-of coordinator is a MUST-HAVE. We had Madeline and she was AWESOME. She was so responsive to all of my emails and questions. The on-site catering and alcohol service made the whole wedding planning process easier, and there was plenty of food! Elliston Vineyards will always be a special place for us now, and we’re happy they have wine tasting on weekends so we can come reminisce on our wedding day. Thank you to all Elliston staff and Madeline!" - Lindsey & Sam – July 25, 2015