Post # 1
We are having a fall wedding and I just found the perfect crazy colored table cloths. The venue is entirely white and I love color so I thought this would be the right amount. Everything else on the tables will be cream/ivory and the flowers will be white/cream arrangements in mason jars. The photo is a little dark but the background is a pretty light ivory.
It’s perfect for us and fit our personality!! I also wanted something that I could use afterwards so I plan on making these into my kitchen curtains and I will also make some aprons to give as housewarming gifts over the next year!
Post # 3
It might be a little much for all of the table cloths. Why dont you use them as a table runner? I think it would be the right amount of pop without being too busy.
Post # 4
I thought that too but I’m going to see what it looks like first. We are having a small shindig so I don’t think it will come across as too busy. If there were alot of tables I would absolutley go with the runner.
Post # 5
love love love want this for my dinner table!!!!!
Post # 8
@TheRookieYear I slept on it last night and I’m thinking you might be right about the pattern. Even though our wedding won’t be a big thing a little is good and I’ll go with your thought and less is more. After some seaching I might do a burlap or kraft paper table runner to break up the pattern but still keep them as the main table cloth. If our test still looks busy i’ll switch it up and use them as the runner. Thank for the advice!!
Post # 9
I agree with @TheRookieYear: and like the idea of using these as a table runner rather than the entire table cover
Post # 10
Love them! And I think they will be fine as long as everything else is white/ivory!
Post # 11
I love them! So much fun! I’m currently in the middle of turning our left over crazy wedding fabrics (from escort cards and jam jar skirts) into bunting for our carnival we’re throwing this summer! I love it when you can repurpose after 🙂
Post # 12
I think if everything else is ivory it would look fantastic
Post # 13
I love love love this pattern!!!!
Post # 14
I love them! I don’t think they’ll look too busy at all, I think it’ll be fun.
Post # 15
just deleting double post.
Post # 16
@Jinkies: Breaking it up with a burlap or tan cloth would be an awesome idea. It would give the eye something else to look at, allowing the cool apples and pears to pop instead of getting lost in the mix. I cant wait to see a mock-up. 🙂