Post # 1
Bees i need some help, i have these two ideas for centerpieces and i was thinking of doing them both, half the tables have one half with the other. would be it to much or do you think if would look ok? my theme is phantom of the opera
Post # 3
I actually love the idea of doing black candelabras with the roses. You could also do black (or maybe even black glitter) tealights or votive candles on the table. The reason I wouldn’t do the cala lilies is because although it does harness that romantic gothic theme, the flowers looks sort of maroonish, and I don’t think that would look good mixed with red. But honestly, you can’t do wrong. Your theme is so up my alley!
I also want to add that if you find these these end up out of budget, you might also try something like this person did at my venue. She did an upside down wine glass on each table with a red rose under it, and a red glitter candle on top. Then she did a red sequin table runner down the middle with black votives surround it. It’s more subdued than what you are going for, but it definitely fits your theme!
Post # 5
I prefer your first inspiration pic over the 2nd so my vote goes for doing them all like the first pic!
Post # 6
The black looks more sophisticated. The rose/candelabra combo looks cheap to me for some reason, although I’m it wouldn’t be.