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Tips for a Glamorous Wedding on a Budget

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1. A monochromatic color scheme ups the glam quotient. 

Try a bold, bright hue like red to make a major statement.

 

 

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2. Don't have the budget for full-on

 chair covers?

 

Weavwide grosgrain ribbon through the backs of reception chairs for a softer, polished look.

 

 

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3. All it takes is one standout glass to make a specialty cocktail, well, special. Ditto the glassware on the reception tables. Choose a rental company with lots of options, and add a colored glass to each place setting as an easy way to bring depth to your tablescape.

 

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4. Take a cue from the silver screen with dramatic black&white photography. This shots make everything and everyone appear more chic.

 

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5. Bring on the bubbly! After all, nothing says festive like Champagne. And it can serve a dual purpose, too: A vintage wine bucket with a bottle of the French fizz can make an inexpensive centerpiece, and a tower of coupe glasses lends drama.

 

 

 

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6. Let balloons rise to the occasion as a simple yet stylish

 way to fill a big space. The secret to a grown-up look? A simple color palette. Attach them to ribbons to make garlands for the ceiling.

 

 

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7. If you have the budget, do away with the deejay and opt instead for a live band to give your party a spontaneity that can't be bought with canned music.

 

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8. Bid farewell in

style with a candlelit path leading from the reception site. It lends just the right amount of romance, and simple glass containers holding candles are affordable as well as safe.

 

 

 

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Great tips! Thanks for sharing.

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Simply great tips....!!!!!

Whatever you've put in front of us that's really cool, the one which I like most is the 6th tips.
 

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