This before and after look at the Mitchell Community Centre is proof that a high quality decorator like Devine Wedding Design (DWD) (devineweddingdesign.ca) is the key to transforming any blank slate type of venue space into your dream wedding location. DWD explains,
“Amanda had a vision… she trusted us enough to give us fill creative freedom to fulfill her vision with just a little direction. With a colour palette of navy, champagne and sangria (a dark, sligthly purplish red) we knew we were going to love the outcome.”
For a warm, inviting feeling and to add depth to the room, DWD used custom draping in cream with rustic ladders draped in green, flowers and candles over the harvest tables. Draped fabric walls in white to hide the two-tone paint around the outside of the room (which is a common dilemma in most community centres). Purple up-lighting finishes off the space while staying within the bride’s budget.
Champagne coloured linens with a touch of sparkle laid across tables beneath lace runners, centrepieces of flowers in wooden boxes (also now designed by Devine Wedding Design) were placed on each table, and DWD’s fresh floral bouquets and ceremony flowers were designed in creams, white and sangria. The final look had that rustic flare that the bride was dreaming of.
Getting in touch with Devine Wedding Design…
You can reach Wendy Bennewies of Devine Wedding Design directly using the form below.