Post # 1
My wedding colors are blush, ivory, silver and cobalt blue. I have a centerpiece idea of using 2 bubble bowls stacked with smaller ones on cadlessticks on either side with penoies in the larger ones and candles in the smaller ones along with bubble tealights. There will be other accessories with lil pops of the blue and the flowers are a light pink/blush color. I want a neutral but glam base and thought of using a simple silver table linen and then add the silver sequin runner for a pop. And think the light from the candles glowing off of them would be sooooooo pretty. So bees tell me what you think?? I want a wow factor but budget is small (and this idea is within my budget).
Post # 3
What about doing ivory linens with the sequin runner? The silver on silver may be a bit much, I think. Then the pink flowers would be set off beautifully!
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2014 - Gold Hill Gardens
I think as long as the textures are different, the silver on silver could look lovely! Then again, I like playing with texture . . .
Post # 5
@KMoon5314: That could work since the chairs are white and still thinking if it’s worth covering them.
@hyzenthlay: That was the original thought I had that even tho they are the same shade the textures would be uniqueand beautiful.
Still have to figure out napkins between white/ivory?? or a blue. Also this is an outdoor wedding if that helps the tent will be draped with ivory tulle and have string lights all over.
Post # 5
I was thinking the same ~ silver sequin on half (10 tables) and silver taffeta on the other half (with all white flowers & bms dresses in navy) ~ have you found any pictures online ??