Post # 1
Me & my mom made up a mock centerpiece this weekend, I was happy with the outcome. Our venue has so much character already, I didn’t want to make the tables too busy. We bought all the supplies at Pat Catan’s and will be going back this weekend to order all the cylinders from their warehouse.
without the table name
with the table name
Post # 3
That’s adorable! Nice work!
Post # 6
love it! im planning to do the same
i prefer it without the table name though, it seems a little large and inorganic to tie in nicely with the delicate flowers and candle light
Post # 7
I like it but I think it would look better if the table name and writing were on one big rectangle. Cutting around the words somehow makes it look less polished to me.
Post # 8
Thanks for input, unfortunately I already did them all.. and the last thing I want to do it redo the names lol They don’t all look like that, they’re different shapes, some are smaller.. I just happened to grab that one.
Post # 9
looks great! love the idea for the table names! 🙂
Post # 10
Lovely! I like the local wine thing…I’m from NE Ohio 🙂 Are you serving wines from those vineyards at your wedding? Where are you getting married?
Post # 11
@les105: Yay NE Ohio! Actually, “wine” is just one of our table names, because we do looove wine–especially going out to the wineres in Geneva & Madison! We used words that were significant to us, so there’s all sorts of table names.
We’re having our ceremony & reception at Pine Ridge Country Club in Wickliffe. Where did you have yours??
Post # 12
I like them a lot! I’m hoping to do something similar.
Post # 13
Pretty!! The purple flowers really pop!
Post # 14
@X0JLYNN03: Where did you purchase the floating candles? I have 20 that look very similar that I bought at AC Moore, but I need 16 more and all of the AC Moores around here have been sold out of them for 2 months. I’m hoping you may have bought them elsewhere, as I can’t find white, thick, 3″ inch, long burning floating candles anywhere in stock!
Post # 15
@kimberlyr22: I purchased them from Pat Catan’s craft store!
Post # 16
Cute! I’m thinking of doing something similar for centerpieces. Nice work!