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Styling – refers to the process of having your area designed according to a certain theme or a certain palette of colours — it includes florals, props, linen, and the like.

Full styling – often includes everything in the reception area, from the registration to the couples area and all the tables inside the reception pavilion.

Pocket styling:

Registration area – refers to the design of the table or the area close to it with props and florals to showcase the theme and tell people where they are seated.

Photo backdrop/nook – refers to the area where guests can have their photos taken at the event — often, a Photo Booth, roving Photo man or an Instagram booth supplier is hired to take and print the photos taken here. That way, guests go home with a souvenir from the couple.

If a Photo Booth supplier is hired, the client tells the Photo Booth not to bring their usual tarpaulin backdrop anymore, instead, they will be situated right in front of the photo nook.

A photoman could be stationed there before he is asked to go around and take photos of the guests inside the reception hall.

An instagram booth would not have its own photographer but will definitely print all photos with the hashtag of the event.

Couple’s area and backdrop – refers to the platform assigned to the couple. A stylist usually brings a backdrop or back wall for the couple along with a couch, a little table, and other elements that would communicate the given theme.

VIP Table styling – includes florals and elements/props on the VIP table

Guest Table styling – includes florals and other elements/props situated on the guest tables

Memory lane – includes photos of the couple either from their prenup or their years together. This area is designed according to the theme and color palette of the couple.

Pre-nup Styling – refers to the design of the pre-nup according to a theme or story board. Some stylists have questionnaires for couples in order for them to create the most suitable story board, suggest theme-related props and clothes, etc. Full pre-nup styling often includes make-up, retouch, clothes, accessories, props, and assistance on the day.

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