Post # 1
Ok I was thinking to have blood red tableclothes with a gold overlay similar to the tableclothe in the first pic just red instead of pink and then having either all red chair covers with a gold bow or all gold chair covers with a red bow or possibly no bows at all. And then having red and gold layered dishes similar to the second picture. Can you guys tell me what you think of the idea in general and also if you think it would be Christmasy. Btw Idk what centerpieces I am going to have yet.
Post # 3
looks lovely. I did not think Christmas at all, even with you having asked specifically! I think the little bit of yellow/orange and pink help.
Post # 4
I thought a bit “masquerade” if anything. Very rich and grand, bold colors! I dig it! =)
Maybe use brighter florals to brigthen up the table.
Post # 5
I love it and don’t think it looks Christmassy at all!
Post # 6
Not Christmas, but def has a winter feel, not a spring feel
Post # 7
Nothing about that says Christmas to me.
Post # 8
Masquerade I can do! I love decadence! Just as long as its not Christmasy.
Post # 9
@Mwitter80 – you have a good point and I was thinking the same thing. Any advice for cooling it down a bit for spring anyone? I really wanted a mixture of several pastel colors for the wedding but the place that I am having it at is all red and no other non-neutral color would look good except red so I am kinds stuck with it unless I want to change the venue. How bad would it look if I mixed in some very light blue? That would probably throw everything off. What about a darker shade of blue like maybe those blue and purplish orchids. Idk what they are called but here is a link http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/orchid-colour
Post # 10
If your metallic color can be switched from gold to silver, I think the light blue would look very nice, especially if you did, say, red roses and blue hydrangeas for your flowers. The roses would keep the lush look, but the hydrangeas would add a bit of spring feel… Good luck 🙂
Post # 11
love it!! not christmassy at all!