White Tulle Wedding Decorations Dress, Skirt, Backdrop, Gown

White Tulle Wedding Decorations Dress, Skirt, Backdrop, Gown
Delightful Ideas Of Using Tulle At Your Wedding

Ceremonies held in religious buildings may not need excessive decoration. Other indoor locations, like banquet halls, may need decorations brought in, and outdoor locations might need to hide a few weather-related flaws. Tulle is an affordable choice for all of these applications.

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Altar Decor and Pew Bows

Cover the altar area or table at the front of the ceremony with tulle. Tulle can also be used to cover altar flower arrangement and weaved through candelabras at the front of the church. Tulle wedding bows can also be added to the ends of each pew or chair, with or without flowers or candles.

Banisters, Stairs, and Railings

While the altar area or front of the ceremony and seating are common places to add tulle, you can incorporate them in other areas of the ceremony. Hang small white wedding lights in gathered tulle swags above doors and windows. Balcony railings, both inside and out, can have tulle wound around posts. Decorating banisters with tulle is easily done and allows the bride to make a grand entrance.

Entrances and Archways

Hang tulle from the ceiling at entrances to indoor ceremonies. At outdoor ceremonies, it's common to have canopies or bridal arches; use tulle to decorate the posts, adding flowers, poms, and greenery to enhance the design.

Outdoor Ceremony Tulle Uses

Outdoor wedding ceremonies might benefit from tulle use as well.

Tie bows around chair backs to dress up plain rentals.
Colored tulle on white or black chairs can be striking.
Walking paths can be marked off by using tulle as a delicate fence.
Wrap tulle around posts and columns to help camouflage flaws for gazebo decorations.
Outdoor structures without a ceiling can utilize swagged tulle as part of the decorations.

Reception Decorations With Tulle

Wedding receptions held in large halls, banquet centers or convention centers often require a lot of decorations. Tulle is a practical way to transform the site into your dream wedding reception without adding massive materials or labor costs. Match the ceremony décor to the reception décor. If you had swags at your ceremony, use swags across the front of your cake table and head table. Wrap tulle around doorways and banisters using the same techniques as you did at the ceremony. This creates a unified look for all your wedding festivities.

Tulle Backdrops and Walls

Not every wedding reception location has beautiful walls to surround your festivities. If this is the case, you'll want to add tulle to walls and create tulle wedding backdrops behind the head table. Mix tulle with satin and other fabrics for a fresh look. White, gray, black, tan, and navy make excellent neutral backgrounds that showcase colorful linens, flowers, and other decorations.

Swagged Tulle

Creating dramatic swags with tulle can help separate spaces at an indoor or outdoor reception. Use white for a light and airy look, or darker colors for a dramatic effect that separates areas even further. Include lights with the tulle for ambiance; accomplish this using strands, hanging fixtures, or paper lanterns.

Chair and Table Decor

Add tulle to your table decor. Tulle makes a quick and easy runner or overlay on table linens. Use the same color to wrap around chair backs and tie in a knot or bow. If desired, you could nestle battery-operated candle or floral centerpieces in a cloud of tulle.

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