Post # 1
I recently got some lovely galvanized tin pitchers (from another bee!) in the mail last week and was finally able to do a couple samples of them with the flowers. Our colors are cornflower blue, yellow and white. The main flower is a gerbera daisy and the theme is “Upscale Southern Backyard BBQ”. Which one do you like best?
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Post # 3
I love the second one. The color has a powerful pop from the yellow in the daisies, and the blue flowers look beautiful against it. I feel like the yellow flowers in the third one are a bit distracting.
The pitcher is beautiful.
Post # 4
I like the second two the best and I think you should use both of them. The first one would look better with some ribbon around the container.
Post # 5
Thanks girls! My mom suggested using both 1 and 2 (with putting a ribbon around the pitcher of 1, just like noritake22 suggested) and the more I look at the pictures, the more I can’t decide between 1 and 2! I love the simplicity of 1, but I love the feel of 2! 🙂
Post # 7
I like the second one. It adds a little more but I feel like the third one is almost too much. They’re cute though!
Post # 8
I like number two and number one. However, I think ribbon with the first one would add some much to it.
Post # 9
I voted for number two because it’s well put together. If you wanted to use the yellow flowers in the third picture, I’d spread them out and put them around the white gerbs- Just like you did with the blue flowers. It might make it a bit easier on the eyes if it were evenly distributed.
I LOVE the pitchers. You’re going to have gorgeous centerpieces. 🙂
Post # 10
Post # 11
I would do a mix of all of them.
Post # 12
I like the mix of colors, it adds more depth to the centerpiece.
Post # 13
I like choice 1. I might like choice 2 better if there were a few more of the blue flowers.
Post # 14
I like 1 and 2. I think you could also add a really cute ribbon around the pitcher! Maybe blue gingham?
Post # 15
I love the 2nd! What about adding a blue or yellow ribbon around the pitcher also?!
Post # 16
I am fan of the less-is-more philosophy. I don’t like the 3rd one. It looks to me like there is too much going on for the narrow mouth of the pitcher. I love the 1st and 2nd, but it is hard to tell really without the ribbon (which I agree will make a big difference). The added color may compete too much with the blue in #2 but, then again, it may not.