Post # 1
I’m having a midsummer night’s dream themed wedding,
and i FINALLY found a little bottle for the love potion. its perfect and tiny and has gold in it. and all along, i’ve thought that i would like to have a small display of other little potions/ingredients for near my guest book
BUT, im having trouble thinking of types of potions or little ingredients.
Post # 3
I love A Midsummer Night’s Dream! Could you maybe just use some cute little (empty) bottles in the display? Or if not empty, filled with water with different food colorings?
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Post # 5
add little dishes filled with moss, aged looking ceramic birds, a candelabra, use cruets and interesting shaped containers filled with orange water or rose water
think about lighting underneath the table- use battery operated lights under a sheer cloth- place ivy to hang over the edge of the table
maybe have a small tray of really cute glasses for the love potion
consider using some dry ice on the tray
consider this carefully if there will be any small children
Post # 6
@Gemstone: im definitely doing pretend potions. nothing that could cause mischief, since i will have a pack of little boys running around.
i was just trying to come up with names to go on little tags.
@julies1949: dry ice would be so cool. 🙁 too bad its probably a terrible idea.
i like all of your suggestions. i have SO MANY ideas as it stands. i’ve had so much fun and misery with the theme. you’re making me really consider doing lights under the tables. do you think they would show through traditional table cloths? it may just end up being on the sweethearts table. i’d probably have to do a table runner at that point too. maybe ivy? toooo many thoughts.
here’s my inspiration board
Post # 7
I love your theme! Romantic, naughty and a fairytale all in one!
I think this tree would be wounderful to take photos under, reminds me of fairies flying around.
And I really love these glasses as a centerpiece. (I will be using this at my wedding but I will be using plastic as my wedding is going to be kid filled)