Elegant Occasions

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how do i KNOW my decorator is going to do it properly if im not there when shes decorating..

im worried that i'll walk into my reception and it wont look anything like i envisioned

Elegant Occasions

When choosing suppliers you should feel that you can trust them to carry out the job as promised. Ask how long they have been in business and have a look at their portfolio; website , instagram  and facebook page.Make sure it is photos of their work and not a collection of ideas only.

.We take photos of the room when it is set up and send it to the bride's phone . Some brides don't want to see as they want to be surprised but that's an option.

We also set up a table either in our showroom or at the venue with the elements we are going to use on the day and the brides' take a photo of that.

Remember though that this is what we do for a living and our reputation depends on your wedding as well so I would like to think that everyone will do their best to make sure you are happy on the day.

All the very best with your day and if we can be of any assistance please don't hesitate to call or email us.

What kinds of decorations do you stock?

What should I be looking for? I have my venue- I just have no idea what kinds of decorations would look good in the space (VIC)

Elegant Occasions

Hi Kylie,

We  stock chaircovers;sashes; vases;candelabras; balloons.charger plates; cake stands;candles;tablecloths; ceiling draping ; invitations; guets easels and boards;backdrops' flowers; and arches. We would eb honored to assist ith  your wedding. Wthout knowing the venue or your taste it would be hard to make reccomendations. If you would like to make an appointment to talk to us we can give you suggestions and prices.

'Too much colour' or just different?

"Your colour scheme should have no more than four colours." Its apparently a rule. My wedding is fused with Indian culture, so it has well over four colours, but I keep getting told this 'rule' and its making me nervous. We have saris as table cloths, gold candle holders, a range of other items in other shades. Is it possible to pull off a full range of colour? Or is it just too much?

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