Post # 17
Wow thanks everyone for the great ideas. I am going to have a bit more of a "play" with the idea today and am going to try well pretty much all of the ideas here to see what I come up with.
Interestingly I received a HUGE bag of emu feathers in the mail today I thought a 4 ouce bag would be tiny, maybe a hand full, turns out its almost a shopping bag full I was going to work sprays of them into the bouquet but now I have so many I am going to see about working them into the centerpieces if I can. I suspect this is not going to end well but I have so many I could make my own emu at this point.
Post # 18
It’s pretty & I love that it is representing your home!
Are your tables going to have a white tablecloth? There is quite a gap between the hurricane vase & the wreath. I kind of worry that it would be even more visable depending on the color of your tablecloth. Yay for the feathers… perhaps you could use those to “cushion” the candle, covering the gap? I hope that makes sense…
It’s a lovely centerpiece & it means a lot to you… either way it’s a winner!
Post # 19
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
i’m excited about seeing what you do with those feathers! Hooray for feathers! (Even though I’m not using them )
Post # 20
That is simple and beautiful. I would take out the copper wire but then leave the rest as is.
Post # 21
Very nice. I think something under the centerpiece will bring it out more. Maybe doing something like this (picture attached) with a section of wood at the bottom.
Michael’s sells them at a reasonable price and you can always use a coupon for a more discounted price.