Post # 1
I was playing around trying to come up w/ a centerpiece idea. The roses on the first one is a bit large (it’s a partially finished pomander I made) so if I go w/ this one the roses will be smaller. The second one seems a little plain to me.
Post # 4
OMG the first one!!!! Look so professional!
Post # 5
Are they live or silk roses? Amazing job, the whole decor is beautiful! I hope to see more of your wedding!
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
I love the first one too and ditto that it totally looks professional (and these positive responses mean it photographs well!)
Post # 7
I like the first one a lot, but I think it needs something inside- maybe some glass beads (not sure what they’re called, those round, flatish things), or if you’re not opposed to them, a battery powered tea light?
Post # 8
I like #1, maybe with some votive candles around the vase as well?
Post # 9
The first one is very nice- agree with the flicker light idea.
Post # 11
NUMBER ONE IS BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!! But if your venue is going to be dimmed or dark, I would recommend putting a battery operated candle inside, since obviously you can’t have a real candle in it. It will def showcase the detail on the vase much better.
Post # 12
I like the first one with the roses on top. Very elegant. Good job!
Post # 13
#1 is so beautiful! Where did you get the candle holders?
Post # 14
I got the roses at Pat Catans for 1.29 each in the bridal isle and the vase is from Hobby Lobby for $25, but they have a 50% off sale right now so I got it for about $13. I was leaning towards the first one also, but the roses on top need to be downsized some. Thanks for the help.
Post # 16
i like the first one as well! beautiful vase.