Adding drapery at your reception venue can add a touch of elegance, fun or drama to your child’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah decor.
If you want to make a statement, create an environment or simply wow your guests, think about adding draping on the ceiling, walls or something that is free standing.
It can be a great use of your decorating budget and can also serve to highlight special areas such as entrances, the kids lounge area or as a backdrop for photographing your event. It can also hide unsightly elements in or beyond a space.
Here are some creative uses of draping we came across.
Go from blah to beautiful from One Source Weddings in this before and after
A red carpet entrance using draping from A Touch of Paradise Events
From Karl’s Event Services, draping adds a touch of elegance to this tent!
Although this event from Dynamic Drape & Decor was for a Toronto Tourism event, we love the idea of hanging pictures from the draping
Pretty pink cocktail reception from Seattle’s Prop Gallery West
Jersey Street Furniture transformed a temple’s reception space into a circus with red and white draping
The beautifully draped ballroom at Kombert Caterers
Eventful Productions take on a Moroccan themed Bat Mitzvah
The Goldenberg Family used draping to hang some posters and make a cozy lounge area for their son’s friends
It Events by Julie used white draping to add simple elegance to great decor
The draping here defines the kids space from Extraordinary Productions
NY Lounge Decor provided a back wall of draping in a long room
Draping and lighting add to this Winter Wonderland theme from VIP Caterers
Did you use draping for your Bar/Bat Mitzvah decor? Let us know at info@MitzvahMarket.com.