Post # 1
My fiance and I both are beach lovers so we have decided to get married on August 22, 2010 @ Miami Beach. I have everything figuered out, every single detail but one. I dont know what to do as my centerpieces. It’s going to be a small(75people) wedding and the colors are orange, yellow, green with a hint of khaki and blue. I wanted to do the whole fish in a vase thing but I have realized that it would be a great amount of work. And Im scared that the fish would die. Please help???? I need ideas!!!!
Post # 3
- Wedding: July 2010 - Anela Garden Chapel & Japanese Cultural Center, Honolulu
How about some shells? Like a big conch shell or something? You could put candles in them… Or maybe flowers?
Post # 4
I’m having a beach wedding wedding too! Here was some inspirational centerpeices that I found online that I might be using as well!
Post # 5
Here’s an inspirational board I made awhlie ago, hope something helps! [attachment=500808,66141]
Post # 6
I am doing this! I know it’s kind of gardeny (if that’s even a word!) but you can tailor to your liking. Good luck!
FYI, I got my buckets for $1 at Target!
Post # 7
@dancer – LOVE the sand bucket! Very cute.
Post # 8
- Wedding: April 2010 - Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort, St. Thomas
I love the idea of fish! But what do you do with them afterwards if people don’t take them home? You might end up with a bunch of fishies for yourself 🙂
Post # 9
We’re doing hurricane lanterns filled with pillars and white shells surrounded by votives. Here’s an inspiration pic:
Post # 10
Without wanting to sound like “OMG, don’t do fish!” I just want to say to make sure you research the types of fish you want and see if they’ll be ok in the environment you want to put them in. Fish (and goldfish in particular – which people think is an “easy to care for” fish) can be very difficult. Right, I’m done.
I love the sand bucket. And I love the candle surrounded by shells (you could have your table numbers on the candles so by the end of the night they’ll be burned down!).