There are few days in the life of a couple that requires as much attention to detail and preparation as their wedding day. With so many different things to think of and get in order, a few things are bound to be forgotten without a diligent accounting. Even the small things, when absent, can make a big impression of the wrong kind when the special day arrives. For example, don’t get so caught up in locating a venue and making arrangements for its availability that things as crucial as adequate banquet tables and other accessories are ignored.
Of course, a couple’s primary concern will be the actual choosing of a banquet hall venue that has an interior décor matching what they envision. Reality must meet imagination in this endeavor, and the amount of real estate forms the backdrop for their dream hall. Weddings can be small, private affairs requiring a banquet hall with a more homely, traditional feel; or gigantic, elaborate affairs that require audiovisual equipment for a montage of some sort for hundreds of guests. And then of course, all these guests will need to be serviced with food, chairs and tables – which can make for hectic seating arrangements if not planned to the final set of chairs.
Although white is a traditional wedding color, this is of course entirely up to the couple. The banquet hall will need to be adorned with enough accoutrements to give it a festive and celebratory feel, without cluttering up the reception area and hallways for the guests of honor and staff, who will be bustling about to make sure everyone is served and comfortable.
Brocades can adorn panels of fabric draped across the walls, leaving just enough free space for the windows, which will be the bringers of light during the daytime portion of the banquet hall reception. Because weddings are such a big business these days, any bride and groom can locate specialists who will be able to show them a digital mock-up of what their banquet hall could look like; enabling them to essentially complete their vision before it’s executed. The contrast of silver and gold is a popular one for adornments, wearing easily against a dominant theme of white color, for example.
Because experts exist to infuse nearly any venue with the desired sense of style, the actual venue for the banquet is less important than in times past – although it is of course still relevant. Banquet tables, decorations, and the right crowd can make almost venue feel perfect. Issues of size cannot be so easily rectified by design; but nearly everything else can be made to fit for a night to remember forever.