Post # 1
I was really hoping you would be able to help me out, I’m having a small crisis…
I thought I’d be able to figure this out for myself but I really can’t! Our wedding colors are black, bright olive green and brown. I’m having chair sashes and runners for the guest tables and was wondering what colors I should put them.
So I’ll organize this by questions:
1. What color(s) should the sashes be?
2. Should the sashes be alternating colors?
3. Should the head table sashes be a different color than the guest tables?
4. What color(s) should the table runners be?
5. Should they match the chair sashes?
6. Should they be althernating colors?
If anyone can help me out, that would be awesome! My Fiance said it doesnt matter to him and to pick what ever I want but I need to order supplies soon since we are DIY decorating so I need to finalize all of this asap in case there are any complications.
I haven’t been able to find any suitable pictures so if anyone has any pics that would help out this visual learner a lot.
Post # 3
Hey, I’m probably not going to be too much help, but I’m glad to give my opinion! Personally, I like the look of consistency, so I’m a fan of not alternating the colors. I think the table runners should be whatever color best goes with the tablecloths, and maybe the chair sashes should be another color. I do think, though, that it would look really nice if you made the sweethearts table the exact opposite of the guests table. That’ll really make it stand out. Good luck!
Post # 4
That’s an awesome idea!
And your opinion helped a lot! I like consistency as well but was thinking sea of the same color (230 chairs) would be too much. So thank you for that second vote of all the same color. Now I just have to decide which color! haha
I have varying colours of diamond confetti, do you think this would show up best on a green table runner? Colors of the confettie are black, dark brown, bronze, clear, and green.
Post # 5
I definitely think that the confetti would be best on green. They might blend in a little too much if the table runners were black or brown. It sounds like the green would really make the confetti pop!
Post # 6
I’ve seen room setups where table schemes themselves are alternated in colors, but are all hues of that single color and I think that looks a LOT better than alternating with the several colors at one table. Plus with your color scheme, alternating those 3 colors on one table may make it look a bit like camoflauge. I would say go ahead and switch it up, but stick to one color for one table.