Wedding decorations are so important to making your day special and personal. Tulle is a most versatile fabric and used in just the right places and amounts is absolutely beautiful. I may add, it is an inexpensive way to do wonderful things.
You will find tulle is used in every thing from wedding attire to pew decor, flower arrangements and head table backdrops. Also, cake tables and gift tables. It is a favorite to use as it is easy to work with, is durable and has a lightweight texture.
Many brides are choosing to use organza and even silk along with the tulle to sort of up update its use. Remember too much of any decoration is not as pleasing to the eye as keeping it simple and lovely.
Tulle Ceremony Decorations:
If your wedding is in a religious venue there is often no need for a lot of excessive decorations so tulle is a perfect accent to dress an area up a bit.
The best use for tulle there, is tied on to altar flower arrangements, small pew bows, or as swags at the end of each row of guests. Tie a bow around the unity candleholder.
Outdoor wedding ceremonies will look very pretty with the addition of tulle tied around plain rental chairs and a bow tied at the back. If the chairs are white or black, colored tulle really makes a striking look.
Rent tulle or wreath stands. Then rope tulle across the hooks, spacing them a few feet apart
and placing a wreath or flower arrangement at the top for a more formal look.
For a more personal look try tying a tulle bow on the basket of the flower girl or nestle the guest book in a bit of tulle. You might also tie your rings to the ring bearer's pillow with tulle.
Reception Decorations Using Tulle:
A great way to use tulle is to dress-up balloon decorations when you are having an informal reception and trying to stick to a tight budget.
Tulle may be used as ceiling swags, table runners, wedding favor bags, chair covers or bows, pew or aisle bows, column or pillar swirls to name just a few great things it can decorate and make more beautiful.
For those of you who are planning to do a lot of the decorations yourself, tulle is your ideal decoration as it is so easy to work with and looks so professionally done. Tulle decorations are also available pre-made.
There are many colors of tulle other than the most popular ivory and white. It also comes in a variety of sizes and shapes and some trimmed in metallic edges to use for favor wraps.
I hope that you see what a beautiful resource the use of tulle in weddings is and that these tulle wedding decoration ideas help you with ideas of your own.
For more about weddings and Wedding Decorations check out Tiffany's blog. Tiffany Cole has a huge passion for weddings and in particular likes to come up with creative ideas to create dream weddings without breaking the bank. If you'd like to see more of Tiffany's ideas, tips and tricks then you can go to her blog at http://www.weddingdecorationsideas.org.
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