With so many choices for planning your perfect wedding how do you narrow down the details and make your day uniquely yours?
With all of the resources that brides have available today it can get overwhelming planning your wedding day. What should be my color scheme? How will I create the centerpieces? DJ or live band? Finger foods or 3-course meal? These are just a few questions you will be asking yourself once that sparkly ring is on your finger.
The first step is to decide your theme, this will set the mood for the day and help you decide how to decorate. It’s best to incorporate your everyday style into your wedding whether it’s casual, classic or trendy. If bright colors aren’t what you normally surround yourself with then go with more muted or darker tones. Simple black and white with a ball gown style wedding gown is very classic and will never go out of style. For a more casual feel you can supply flip-flops for your guests as they dance. If you enjoy staying up on the trends then I recommend corral, mint and gold accents (for a 2015 wedding, we’ll have to see for 2016)!
Once you have decided what mood you would like to set the next step is to decide your colors. This will help you pick bridesmaid dresses, tuxes, centerpieces, flowers and decorations. Most brides pick 2-3 colors and incorporate those into everything (though we have seen more colors). At Black Hills Receptions and Rentals we have a wide range of options so you can rest assured that we will have want you want. Our sales staff is wonderful at providing ideas and creating the perfect color palette for your personality.
Which brings us to centerpieces. It’s what your guests will admire the first time they walk into the venue and talk about on their drive home. From lace to satin and burlap to beads we have many options for our couples. Whether you have a clear idea of what you would like or no clue, we will work with you to make sure the entire room looks the way you dreamed. The best part is that we setup and take down the room so you can arrive ready for photos and leave the dance floor knowing that everything will be taken care of. I’ve been to weddings where the bride and groom stayed to take down decorations after they’re already exhausted from such an exciting day.
There is much more to planning a wedding but the most important step is to have someone else help you. I know it’s hard to relinquish control over your wedding day but it’s much more relaxing and exciting when you have a planner going over all of the details so you can focus on the best part – happily ever after. We will ensure that from the first time we meet to the final dance that this will be exactly what you envisioned, perhaps even better.