Post # 1
I have fallen in LOVE with this look. I was shocked because sequins has never been my thing but I loved it here because of the textured look it gave. I thought it was maybe because it was matte instead of shiny.
But now at closer look here
I can see it looks more like matte pailettes & oval ones. Leave it too me to love something I probably wont be able to find. I just really love how they are bigger I guess overlap eachother so it has that textured look & the matte. I love this color too.
I only need them for four 60″ round tables & I want lap or overlay length.
Post # 2
i have a feeling those were created just for that shoot. There’s no way you could actually use those on a table- how on earth would you clean off any food that gets dropped?
Post # 4
I used regular sequin linens, just not matte like in the pictures.. You could find whatever colored sequin you wanted then maybe do an overlay of some sort to take away the shimmer from the sequins?? Not sure how the cleanup went with my linens haha
Post # 5
These look unbelievably impractical as table cloths, which are designed to catch spills. The second thing I thought is that my rude self, resting my forearms or elbows on that table in a moment of leisurely wedding guest relaxation, would find them scratchy and possibly even injury-inducing.
Post # 6
You can see in another picture further on in that blog that they have an organza or chiffon overlay over the sequin cloth.
I think you could do the same over the sequin cloth of your choice.
I suggest you email the vendor and ask them what they used.
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Post # 7
I think that chiffon is just around the sides of the table & it almost looks like its just in the front from other photos Ive found. I could do that though.
Thanks for the email. I will contact them.
Post # 8
I can’t fine anything really with paillettes. But this one looks similar to me..
Post # 9
I would bet that those aren’t going to be cheap.
Post # 10
Thats ok. Im saving money on flowers & I only need 4 maybe 3 & they are going to be overlay not floor length.
Post # 11