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<span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: ‘Helvetica Neue’; font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px">This wedding was featured a while back on Style Me Pretty, So I’m sure some of you have seen it already.
Its way out of my budget to do anything like this, but I’m determined to make some variation of it happen!
Elizabeth Messina’s Wedding:
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Here is another picture that is not showing up in the original post.
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I think I could pull off the chandeliers if I buy candle chandeliers. I found a website with lots of nice pieces under $60 each. This way I won’t need to worry about wiring, I won’t have to buy expensive vintage chandeliers in order to get something that looks nice, and it will be relatively cheap!
This is so exciting!
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you may wanna try Ikea too. i last saw they had some chandeliers that are very affordable!
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I saved those pictures in my folder as inspiration! I really love that wedding too!!
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Beautiful, but again could you rent chandeliers? You could have always a sale afterward or sell them here I guess!
It is a beautiful tablescape though!
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I am doing some chendeliers (not this many, but a few) and I found them at thrift stores! Each one was $10 or under, so I won’t feel bad about what to do with them after, and I definitely had to sort through a lot of junk, but I found some really cute ones. One of them was that ugly 80’s bright gold, and I took some oil rubbed bronze color spray paint and made it look like a completely different chandelier!
Another great place to check for these is ReStore–the Habitat for Humanity building supplies thrift store place–if there is one in your area. That place is so cool… 🙂
Post # 11
i love the flowers, but i think there are waaaaay too many chandeliers – it looks like the lighting department at Home Depot. Can you do it with less chandeliers? Maybe just two over a long tabe like that? Might cut down on the cost too. Thrift store sounds like a good idea – might give you an antique look – but could potentially be a lot of work. I don’t mean to sound negative – I like the idea, but maybe toned down just a little.
Post # 12
This is so incredibly beautiful. i love all the chandeliers.
Post # 13
@alieliza: you can raid old thrift stores for the lighting peices (or make moch ones your self that are not lighting at all just beads (get beading stuff over xmas and make them like little dangles like that of a frame you make) You can find loads of tutorials
as for the crysal everyones grandma has some maybe call in friends and family to loan out small pieces mis matched for each center piece in the crysal or old sivler stuff every older family memeber has a few pieices of these so go for slightly mismatch rade 2nd hand stores you should be able to make it work 😀