Event Venues: Berkshires Before and After

When finding the perfect venue for your event, you have to be able to visualize what the space will look like on your big day. Many times the room will look plain upon your first visit, but don't let that prohibit you from agreeing to it. With the right touches, from flowers, drapery, and even lighting, your venue can be completely transformed!

Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort "Before" Shot

At a Summer wedding in the Berkshires we had the chance to work on, our clients picked out a venue at a Resort that is normally used as a ski lodge! In the Summer months it is cleared out of sporting gear and resembles a dressed up conference room. With this space, our ultimate goal was to create an upscale and elegant style fit for a beautiful wedding.
Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort "Before" Shot

Our clients requested a natural look, and didn't care for traditional floral arrangements and centerpieces. Instead of lush arrangements of hydrangea and roses we created tall glass centerpieces of curly willow and orchids. To make these even more special, we added hanging glass votives and candles, giving each table a wild and magical glow.

In addition to dressing up the tables, we also brought in ficas trees wrapped in lights and placed them at key focal points throughout the room.

The lighting fixtures throughout the room were very pretty, so we decided to dress up the rest of the ceiling by having some fabric drapery and paper lanterns installed. The extra detail definitely didn't go unnoticed, and had guests amazed!

By taking the blank canvas that the resort venue had to offer, we were able to completely transform the space and create a beautiful arena for this wedding. When you begin your venue searching process for your next big event, remember to keep in mind that the end product can look completely different from what you start with!

1 comment:

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