Post # 1
Show me pictures? pleases? i have a picture in my head of what i want things to look like but i’m just wanting a bit more inspiration
i just found out today after waiting for a reply email for oh- 2 weeks that i get to have open flame so i’m in a good mood and i’m in wedding planning mode!
thanks for your help and inspiration, hive!
Post # 4
thank youuuu!! im loving the wedding porn!
Post # 5
My sister got married for the second time last Jan. and I decorated for her at a very small reception with all the things I had around my house. We filled different milkglass vases and I gathered all the candleholders I had, and I think it came out very nice for almost no money.
edit: I guess my pictures are too big. Darn.
Post # 6
@KB you’re welcome!! I have no idea what i’ll be using when I get engaged lol but I sure do love gathering ideas!!! I sorta like the milk glass it may calm down the color scheme i think i’m yearning for lol
Post # 7
my mom has always collected milk glass and she has tons, it was always my chore to dust it and rearrange the breakables in her china cabinet.. so its kinda a nod to my childhood and my close relationship with my mama.. she’s moving over 100 miles away from me in a month and i’m pretty sure im going to go crazy
Post # 8
kitty79: if you want to email pictures i’d love to see them
Post # 9
I am doing milkglass also. My grandmother gave me a bunch as an heirloom and since she is not able to be there (nursing home) I thought it would be a nice personal touch. Attached is a pic I found online somewhere that I am using as an inspiration piece. I wanted an elegant look and not necessarily a fresh out of the garden look. [attachment=461159,62682]
Post # 10
- Wedding: September 2010 - Heritage Square Museum
Hi! I’m snapping up milk glass at all my local thrift stores with the intent of doing our centerpieces! We took a little trip to the flower mart to see what we could get for our $$$ and I made these bad boys for under $40.
You’ve inspired me to write a little blog post about this very subject, so feel free to head over and check it out. 🙂
Post # 11
I too am a milk glass bride! I have collected over 100 pieces so far. Most of them are the standard skinny vases and I plan on lining them down the tables with one single flower in each. I’m sure we’ll find at 100 more. Milk glass is such a beautiful, simplistic touch to a wedding. I’ll post pictures after my wedding in July!