{Expert Tip} The Power of Ceiling Treatments

Decor: Devine Wedding Design

An Expert Tip by Devine Wedding Design (♥) (devineweddingdesign.ca)

Any venue you chose for your wedding can be transformed using ceiling treatments giving the space shape and definition. Devine Wedding Design (♥) (devineweddingdesign.ca) creates dream spaces for their clients utilizing a variety of ceiling details – from draping, lighting, and chandeliers to garlands, suspended centrepieces and floral draping turning your celebration into a completely unique creation.

DESIGN #1

Decor: Devine Wedding Design | Photo: HRM Photography
Decor: Devine Wedding Design | Photo: HRM Photography

Wedding themes can be brought to life with a combination of linens, lighting and draping. In this custom creation, a wisteria floral ceiling treatment took centre stage to portray a fun and elegant ‘Alice in Wonderland’ themed bridal shower.

DESIGN #2

Decor: Devine Wedding Design
Decor: Devine Wedding Design

A moderate version of mixing symmetrical fabric and patio lights keeps the overall look of a tent but in a semi-casual form. This ceiling design is both beautiful and budget friendly.

DESIGN #3

Decor: Devine Wedding Design
Decor: Devine Wedding Design

Having a layered ceiling is a great way to transform a large ceiling, softening it’s edges and adding drama. However, this treatment can inherit different moods and aesthetics just by
changing the lighting. In this example, cold light was used instead of warm lighting to portray the feeling of a winter wonderland.

DESIGN #4

Decor: Devine Wedding Design
Decor: Devine Wedding Design

Using a full ceiling liner along with patio lighting can transform an indoor space to exemplify an outdoor tent. The full draping on the ceiling and walls of this community centre softens the space and adds a warm feeling to the venue.

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Wendy Bennewies at Devine Wedding Design can be contacted at her Mitchell wedding design studio directly using the form below. Or you can call her at the Mitchell number, 519-348-4191, or the Stratford cellphone number, 519-801-5671.