- Miss Care Bear
- 6 years ago
- Wedding: June 2013
Even before I was engaged, there was one decor element that caught my eye: pomanders! I just thought they are so cute and fun and perfect for a spring wedding. After reading about some florists charging so much money for these little flower balls, I decided to go the DIY route!
I will write a more detailed post about that later on, but I
ve already started making silk hydrangea poms for my ceremony. The chapel is quite old (oldest in Montreal!) and ornate, so I didnt want to overpower it by putting too many bows and tulle everywhere. This weekend I took some pictures of how the poms look on the pews:
As you can see, they are mixed whites and creams with a satin ribbon. Here is a side view of the pom:
Here is how they look on either side of the aisle:
m also thinking that I want to place them on every other pew, both to save on time and cost, but also because I feel every pew might be too much.<br /><br /><img src="http://www-static.weddingbee.com/pics/155733/Every_other_pew.JPG" /><br /><br />Im just trying to figure out how many I need. I took a screenshot of the chapel, there are 19 pews on either side of the aisle. If I were to do every other pew from front to back, I would need 10 poms on each side, 20 total, but that seems like a lot?
What does everyone think? MOB suggested putting them on every 3d pew, but that seems too scarce to me.
Suggestions please! Can I get some feedback on my poms also 🙂