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Our reception is the second floor of a restaraunt overlooking the intercostal waterway. The chairs are dark wood and all round tables. We are having white table cloth and napkins with navy/white stripe runners on all the tables. I am at a loss for centerpieces. I don’t want anything beachy but more of something with nautical touch. Id like some flowers but my budget isn’t huge so I’d like to keep center peices at like 100 or less a table. Any suggestions? Or pics showing what you’ve done? I debated charger plates so that would add to the look and a big centerpiece would not be as important but idk I’m strugglong
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- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
@Tbblount: I love the idea of lighthouses with some scattered tealights and flowerpetals.
Post # 4
@Tbblount: Here are a few that I think might work well with your theme!
Post # 5
I would keep it simple and not too kitchy
simple lantern centerpieces
rope wrapped around vase
supplement with rope table number holders
Post # 7
I love the nautical knot table numbers and driftwood would be neat
Post # 8
We did a preppy nautical theme too! Here’s some of our decor. I made most of it myself, so feel free to PM me if you want more!
Post # 9
I LOVE IT
OMG Where on earth did you get those forks, i need to order those like..yesterday!
Post # 10
I LOVE LOVE LOVE that theme! 🙂
Post # 11
I went to a christening that was nautical theme done very nice – don’t have photo. They had a silver color charger on table with small polished rocks (bought from craft store) holding a wooden sailboat painted light blue with white sail that had childs name writen on it – could have your initals or wedding date on sail.
I have also seen white coral used to hold table numbers & Japanese glass fishing balls – you can buy them in a rope net on line.
Favors could be cookies in shape of sandollars & chocolates in shape of starfish.