Post # 1
My cousin made these a few years ago and sent me the photos last night. I’m getting married October 2010 and when I saw these I was impressed! They are quite pretty and I think would make a nice addition to fall decor.
I don’t have a step by step for you but I think she said it was a Martha Stewart project so I’m sure you can find it online.
Tell me what you think.
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Post # 3
how cute! they turned out so professionally!
Post # 4
- Wedding: October 2009 - Church Ceremony/Reception at The Waterford House
Cute! What are your wedding colors? What color glitter will you be using?
Post # 5
I love them!
I already wanted to use pumpkins, but needed a way to make them look a little more magical / less bumpkin. This is the best idea I’ve seen. Our venue has a large outdoor area and something like that will be perfect. By the way – I was planning to use those foam pumpkins from Michaels so we don’t have to worry about them rotting.
Post # 6
My colors are deep purple and burnt orange.
Post # 8
How cool! That clear chunky glitter that looks like white raw sugar would be nice too!
Post # 9
Those are very cute and creative! I LOVE it!
Post # 10
RoddyBride – I just noticed you were from Phoenixville. We’re getting married at Columbia Station – Robert Ryan Catering.
Where are you getting married.
Post # 14
WOW how different!! I love it! I would totally do that if I had a fall wedding! In fact I might do it this year instead of carving pumpkins for the front porch!
Post # 15
We are using alot of natural decor for our rehearsal dinner on Fri October 16th-lots of pumpkins, but also large mums-they come in such terrific colors. I also found some leaf garland for decorating that has gold colored lights in it-looks really terrific with the lights down low. The middle of the tables will be a beveled mirror with a candle garden on it with fabric leaves scattered about. I also found some terrific loose glitter that is in leaf shapes and fall colors. I love these pumpkins!
Interestingly enough, my reception the following morning (brunch following an 11 am ceremony), the decorating theme is shabby chic-nothing really to do with fall. We have alot of serving pieces, but nothing really enough to make a statement, so we decided shabby chic was a good way to mix and match pieces. I ditched the cupcake stand idea and am instead using stacked cake stands-wedding cake in the middle, cake stands of cupcakes on either side for the grooms cake.
Post # 16
Oooh I want to make these for myself!!!!!!!!
My wedding is the weekend before halloween … I should give out a pumpkin to each guest haha