To achieve this effect in the art, I told Roxanne that would need to "gloom up" the outside of the shelter to make the inside seem warmer and more inviting. Roxanne thought that might be the saddest description of her wedding, ever.
But first, the lines. The table arrangement inside the shelter was a bit tricky. If you notice in the photograph above, the angle is such that each of the tables offers only a sliver of color; hardly enough space to show candles, vases of flowers, and contrasting table runners. Also, when you remove all the people, you're left with large empty aisles between the three clusters of tables. So, I made the tables bigger and changed the angle a bit.
Also, many of the paper lanterns are hidden behind other paper lanterns, and the twinkle lights are all but invisible, so I draped the lights down a bit lower, and moved some lanterns to more visible locations.