Lanterns are very symbolic in Chinese and Thai cultures and are often related to good luck, hope and prosperity. In Indian cultures lanterns are usually associated with Diwali the festival of lights - Lanterns in all shapes, forms and colors – be it paper, glass, metal, round or square – are a beautiful sight and look stunning and very romantic in any setting. Use it as a single prop on a table or string a few of them from the ceiling or adorn them with flowers.
Table Layout - An important part of your wedding reception planning is the table layout. If done well it can encourage mingling and conversation amongst guests. The most important table of the wedding function is the head table and it should be placed such that it is properly visible to all. Very often it is elevated with special lighting and good wedding backdrops to highlight the couple being married and make the focus of the function all about them.
Dress Up Your Entryway Beautiful front-door decorations, which can be as low-key as swags of greenery, serve as a visual welcome whether adorning a building or a tent and ensure that everyone's first glimpse of the party is from its best vantage point.
#WeddingLights Incorporate colored lighting. Lights don’t have to be white—use colored ones to provide even more contrast. I personally love this look because it provides just enough wow factor for a smaller, more intimate wedding.