Are Something Borrowed decorations approved for LDS meeting halls?
Something Borrowed strives to meet both the intent and letter of the new General Handbook, Serving in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with particular attention to chapter 35, Physical Facilities. Our decorations are free standing (i.e. we do not tape, pin or attach to the building in any way). We use UL Listed components and follow NEC rules where they apply. We use only cool, low voltage lighting on fire-resistant (artificial, but gorgeous) materials. We do not provide live Christmas trees for any venue. Our candles are battery powered but still radiate the warm welcome glow that gives your wedding the romantic feel you envision.
Our outside lighting does not illuminate or decorate the grounds. It is the tasteful equivalent of a poster saying, "There is a family wedding here tonight and this is the door we'd like you to enter."
While Something Borrowed complies with the broader LDS Church standards, please check with your local leaders as Stake Presidents have the prerogative to be more restrictive. Our intent is to assist your family in providing a wholesome setting that promotes family and neighborhood values.