By Sherrie Carpenter. Wedding. Published at Wednesday, December 27th, 2017 - 18:50:39 PM.
Imagine a mid spring or early autumn day with the sun's rays engulfing you with its warmth during a wedding ceremony by a pond or lake. As you exchange your vows, pair of ducks swim in to get a glimpse of the event. Everything seems to be in pairs. The birds overheard practically chirping \"love is in the air\". After your ceremony you take a stroll around the lake hand in hand as your guest make their way to the marquee for cocktails. You rejoin your guests, after the stroll and for a lazy afternoon supper and drinks before your commence your life together in wedded bliss.
Table Cloths: Yes, table cloths can be a decoration, but only as long as you use the right type. A simple white table cloth can't really be called a decoration. On the other hand, a table cloth that matches the color of your wedding pink and black, pink and blue, white and pink, etc. can be easily considered as a decoration!
The Japanese garden is a perfect intimate setting for a wedding ceremony. With the beautiful lakes, peaceful waterfalls and serenity it is surely one of the most romantic locations for your wedding. Cross the pond to the other side to the teahouse or just enjoy the view from the bridge of this beautifully manicured garden. Japanese gardens are a suitable venue for weddings all year round.
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