Your guests will be keeping their eyes in front for most of the program, and surely, you want yourstage décor to be appealing as well. Not only will your stage decor add beauty to your venue, but it will also set the ambiance and further define your theme. To help you dress up your stage for your debut, we share with you these 6 ideas that (we're sure) will make good impressions among your guests.
Letters that spell out the debutante's name are among the common elements you usually see in a debut. However, instead of using the usual letters that are pasted to the wall, you can opt tospell out your name with huge standees. Whether it's your nickname or initials, these standees will instantly add a personal flair to your debut.
Big LED screens
With the use of a large LED display as one of your stage décor, you and your guests can view the festivities at your debut in real time! This is especially perfect if you have a large number of guests. You may also play videos and other audio-visual presentations, and more guests—even those who were seated far from the stage—will still have a clear view of the activities in front.
This is perfect for fairytale-themed debuts. You can style and turn the stage into a mini-garden of fantasy using flowers and other rustic décor. You may create an arc decorated with flowers or a gate with nature-inspired details like twigs that opens as you enter the stage.
Obviously, your stage should also complement your theme. Themed replicas are great if there's a signature element in your concept. For example, if you'll have a Paris-themed debut, you can have an Eiffel tower backdrop and add other Parisian details to exude that sophisticated ambiance. Beautiful backdrops are also perfect for photo ops!
A backdrop featuring paper details is pretty yet affordable. You can try folding cockades in different colors and sizes, and stick them to the wall. Another idea is to do origami flowers or birds, and hang those from the ceiling. The handmade details will definitely add charm to your party.
Balloons can make for fun and colorful backdrops. You can have a balloon arc, or you may alsohang balloons from the ceiling. To match your balloon stage décor, you may also pepper the dance floor with balloons. Guests will surely get a kick (literally) out of your novel décor when they start to dance.