Post # 1
So my wedding planner told me to repaint my centerpieces to a more ivory color to match my wedding colors (gold, cream, chocolate satin). But I love them white….and my wedding dress is light ivory (enzoani austin). Do I have to match my centerpieces?
My plan for the table was these in the center on lazy susans and white petals and candles everywhere. Also the table cloth is gold. And the chairs are gold framed with white seats and backs….
Post # 3
I think that’s a bit odd. they look great they way they are and sound like the white will add a nice “pop” to the overall look (without seeming out-of-place) Keep em!
Post # 4
Where did you get those flowers from? Do they look as real in real life as in the picture? You will probably be fine leaving as is. I’m not sure anyone will notice since the table cloth will be black.
Post # 5
do what you want… just tell her you’re adding white to your colors now.
Post # 6
@Talishazwi I got the flowers from michaels =)
Post # 8
I suggest getting some fabric that is the same color as your linens and put your centerpiece on it, then decide. They don’t have to match. All that matters is that you like the look.
Post # 9
I think gold + cream + white is fine together. It kind of sets a monochromatic spectrum, if that’s even a word. 😀 You should do what you think looks good, and not what your planner likes. Listen to her advice, but ultimately make your own decision.
Post # 10
I think you should leave them the way they are. And that is a beautiful centerpiece. It’s sound like with all your details this is gonna be a beautiful wedding.
Post # 11
I think it sounds fine. Once your in a candle lit room the difference between ivory and white isn’t so noticable. But they look fantastic! Plus if your chairs are going to have white on them I don’t see what the problem would be.
Post # 12
Leave them! I love the way white & ivory look together, unexpected and beautiful I think! That’s part of the basic color scheme for our tables 🙂