Post # 1
Sorry about the poor picture quality and lighting. I bought these vases and candle holders for the centerpieces and my fiances mother picked up mirrors. I finally put together the centerpieces and realized that the mirrors look way too big compared to the other stuff so it definitely needs something else. I’m so not a crafty person but some ideas I had were lace around the edge or stones around the edge? I tried flower petals and they didn’t look good. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
Post # 3
How about some pretty stones?
Post # 4
@dcroninx: Could you try a plain pillar candle or perhaps even a lace overlay for the mirror itself, it would mask the size of it but still give some reflection 🙂 Or if not lace a sheer organza?
Post # 5
@dcroninx: Do you have a theme for your wedding? You could add something related to that
e.g a small wooden box, a bird, a small book etc Having a few things at different heights encourages the eye to flow around the centerpiece
see how they added the small clock?
for this vintage wedding they added salt and ppper shakers
this vintage wedding used cameras
I’m guessing you allowed to use candles as you do have the larger one. What about adding a votive candle or a candle in a tea cup?
Post # 6
i would try some stones, or marbles, or maybe even some pretty silver wrapped candies scattered over the mirror.
Post # 7
How about table numbers if you’re doing them? Maybe on an easel or a frame to fill in some of the space? Or you could add a small frame with pictures of you and your Fiance at different ages. You could add a grouping of 3 or 4 tealights, I agree with PP, use your theme to figure out what to add. Or tell us bees, and we’ll brainstorm with you!