Post # 1
I have struggled with how to decorate my venue for the ceremony so I finally decided to just do some mockups. The first four would have a candleabra in the center and a large pink tulip altarpiece on the stage on the side. The last four have only the large tulip altarpiece with no candleabras.
The images all include or disclude certain decor elements. Some include loose tulips along the aisle, some include a stanchion in front of the aisle with floral arrangements to keep guests off the aisle. Some images include everything!
Please let me know what you think. The only things that we are having for sure are a white aisle runner and light pink tulips somewhere. The only people that will be on the stage are myself, FI, officiant and MOH.
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Post # 3
Here are the second four
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Post # 4
i really love the first one in the second set, it will look so romantic with any of these options though.
Post # 5
I think I agree with sjones. I don’t like the ones with the asile rope closing off the asile because it looks like there isn’t enough room for guests to be seated on the outside edges. Maybe there is in person but I can’t tell from the photo. I also like the look of the two altar arrangements being closer to the center. I think over in the corners they get lost.
Post # 6
I would put the most amount of focus at the alter. That is what you are going to see in pictures. For that reason, I like any of the last set with the large alter pieces.
Post # 7
@ sjones: you said the key word: romantic! That is exactly what we are going for.
I should have mentioned that if we do the stanchions in front to block off the aisle, then we will only make the rows four chairs wide so people will easily be able to enter on the outside. I am just worried that without something blocking the aisle people will walk all over it and dirty it up. It is rented so I am not sure that is a good idea.
Any other votes?
Post # 8
I like the first and second too!
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2010 - The Mountain Terrace, Woodside, CA
I love the taller arrangements in your second set of mockups! So pretty and romantic! And really draws the eye up to the beautiful ceiling beams. I vote for the last picture, if you’re having the flowers on the aisle runner. I’ve been to a wedding where they had petals on the aisle runner, but didn’t block guests from walking on it, and all the flowers were scattered and crushed under their feet by the time the bride got there.
Post # 11
My favorites are the 3rd and 7th.
Post # 12
I voted for six, but meant to vote for seven! Looks great!
Post # 13
Had a breakthrough yesterday! I forgot that our original plan was to use our centerpiece flowers on the stage to save money. So I made a new mockup that shows that this would hopefully look like.
Do you bees like this one better than the others?
Post # 14
i actually loved option 7 the most, but the candlebras were incorporated in 3…i would do a mix of 3 and 7 =)
Post # 15
ooo i didt see ur latest post! love that one best!
Post # 16
oooh I too love the new one!
What about varying heights on stage, using tall and short together?