Just as wedding dresses have evolved from the poufy-sleeved, bedazzled designs that characterized the 1980s and 90s, wedding decor has grown beyond its humble table-dressing roots.
If you’re in the midst of planning your summer ’10 wedding, you’re probably knee-deep in wedding mags and pondering all the choices for decor.
Earlier in the year, we stumbled on a company called Pink Monkey Solutions. They are a group of folks with theatrical backgrounds who have brought stage lighting techniques to the world of formal events. Check it out:
They don’t so much decorate as they transform. Their website boasts a variety of before and afters that demonstrate the power of lighting, fabric and other materials to change the feeling, not just the appearance, of spaces.
At the Silverthorne Pavilion, we’ve intentionally kept our facility and interior simple and understated, allowing brides to customize and personalize the space. Bringing in a company like Pink Monkey can take your decorating ideas one step further, into the realm of spectacular.
We’ve said before that guests tend not to notice and remember painstaking details like the pin holding the sashes on the chair covers perfectly matches your brides maid’s shoes. When you think big details, though, your guests will take notice and remember – giving everyone memories to cherish for years to come.