Post # 1
I am just recently engaged and have decided upon a circle theme for my wedding. I want to hang lots of paper lanterns in my colours (yellow, grey, black and white) but, I am looking for cheap centrepiece ideas to go along with the theme. I am on a tight budget but, want it to look nice. Any suggestions?
Post # 3
I wanted to tie in polka dots into my theme but not be overkill. One of the table runners that I liked (not sure if it is too DIY) is this with different sized circles.
I have also seen some centerpieces with ball ornaments in a container. Or maybe a pretty pomander would also give you the girl feel?
How about vase etched with circles?
All of these are pics of items for sale on etsy.
Post # 4
I saw these on Save On Crafts and I fell in love with them. If I hadn’t already purchased my centerpiece vases, I would have gone this route.
They’re 17.99, but it’s bud vases. You won’t need elaborate floral designs to fill them.
Sorry for the huge pic
Post # 5
I am using battery powered paper lanters as centerpieces. They are much cheaper than floral arrangements. I also have some cirlces tied into my theme, with kissing balls as aisle runners and round lindt truffles for favors which also come in your color scheme and are pretty inexpensive- you can get 120 of the for $30
Post # 6
On one wedding blog (that I can’t seem to find tonight) I saw hoops of what I think were ribbon hanging from the ceiling. I don’t know how they got them so stiff to keep the shape. Maybe someone else has seen them also?
Post # 7
@ [email protected] Are you talking about the paper mache type that is with string instead and you can see through it? I thought about doing some but lack time or effort really.
Post # 8
@Audrey9398: Hey! Thanks I love your ideas! Where did you get your battery operated lanterns from? About hwo much were they?
Post # 9
What about wireing some foam rings into a tall sculptural looking shape(standing upright and tilted and interlocked) and covering it with flowers for the centerpieces.The flowers can be paper. Martha Stewart website has great paper flower patterns and are really easy.
Post # 10
How about hanging embroidery hoops with really cool fabric on a wall or from trees? I saw that in Martha Stewart (maybe….) and thought it was a great idea!