Post # 1
Our ceremony venue is an old mason’s hall with beautiful hardwood flooring, but they have several restrictions regarding post-nuptial toss-ables:
1) Nothing natural (because they are afraid of staining).
2) Nothing tiny (that can get stuck between the floor boards when they try to sweep it up.
3) Nothing grind-able (because when people step on it, they are afraid of #2).
What choices does this leave me in terms of something my guests can toss? I had my heart set on natural lavender, but, unfortunately, that meets all three negative critieria. Has anyone used artificial flower petals? Are they heavy enough for people to toss indoors without the assistance of wind? HELP!
Post # 3
Bubbles seem to be a big trend these days! I actually work at hobby lobby and in the bridal section they have bubbles in about a 24 pack for under $5. But I’m sure you can find them at any craft store or online.
Here’s the link!
Or if you do have a Hobby Lobby near you, the bubbles go on sale with the bridal stuff or use a 40% off coupon!
Post # 4
Have you thought about using silk rose petals? You can get them @ michaels or Joans with a coupon or you can find them online in bulk too. They have different color combos so your not suck using just a plain red or white. You can mix the solid colors with the ones that are see through.
Post # 5
I would like to know about the lavendar. Does anyone have any info and where to get it and how much it mihgt be?