Tulle Netting is a common fabric for weddings, from dresses to decorations. Today we want to show you some unique uses and accents created from a simple tulle base. It’s an affordable fabric to layer, drape, and accessorize every inch of your wedding with!
Here pink tulle creates sashes over chairs. It adds fantastic color to the aisle. Carry the theme to your reception halls wrapping the backs of all your chairs in matching tulle bows.
An enchanted aisle is created with taut tulle swags tented between the pews. Vision created by Bobbie Wheat in for a Texas Bride.
|from Ronsho’s flickr stream|
All different types of canopies and gazebos look gorgeous draped in tulle netting.
At the reception tulle makes an adorable tutu around the desert table or gift table. You could even use this detail at a similarly themed bridal party. This party was created by Donna from Fabulous Fetes in DC.
Our favorite way to use tulle is in ceiling drapes. They create such an ethereal effect! This magical ceiling was captured by photographer Mariz Ungson at a Mall Complex in Dubai. You can see how gorgeous this would look atop a reception hall!
Here the lights were placed within the tulle swags. Then the fabric and lights was reused as a backdrop behind the wedding parties table. They even tied in pale green tulle bows for each chair back. So soft and pretty.
Bring some drama to the party with reverse tented tulle.
If you weren’t enamored by the idea of using tulle netting for your wedding before, we hope you are now! We’d love to see how you’ve been inspired by this super affordable fabric. Share your pictures with us on facebook and join in the conversation.