Post # 1
We finally figured out a theme for our wedding! Yay! We like the lovebird theme and we’ll incorporate them in everything. I showed FI and one of my bridesmaids the photos (below) for my centerpiece inspirations. Though they loved the look of the centerpiece, they feel that the birdcage has a meaning of being “caged” and “traped.” I thought perhaps adding a pair of birds somewhere on the top might keep people from thinking this.
What do you think ladies? Would you see it and think “caged” and “trapped?”
Post # 3
I’m not sure I would have thought of that. Bird. Bird cage. Makes sense to me!
Post # 4
Wow..I think you’re reading into it too much.
BTW.. I love the look of your birdcage. Where did you find it? I’ve been bouncing around the idea of a birdcage as well
I only found these pics
Post # 5
I think it is beautiful. Makes perfect sense to me- lovebirds, birdcage.
Post # 6
So pretty. I still have a few feom last year’s rehearsal dinner. Watch Michael’s spring sales.
Post # 7
When seeing these the first thing that came to mind was you two are being set free and flying away into your new live together… I know super corny.. thats what wedding planning does to me! lol
Post # 8
I love the centerpiece! I do not see trapped/caged at all – maybe if the cage were closed, but definitely not with the top open like that! I think the open top makes this very unique!
Post # 9
I love seeing centerpieces that are non floral. Those are great!
Post # 10
That is GORGEOUS!!! No, I would never think any of that.
Post # 11
I love the bird cage. Do you mind my asking how much did it cost. My daughter is having a fall wedding and we would love to do something like this. We are trying to do as much as we can ourselves. I guess the big question is where did you get the bird cage. Thank you
Post # 12