Post # 1
My centerpieces aren’t very big so I just wanted to make sure they aren’t lacking. Here’s a picture of the vase with five flowers in it and then the second picture is what the vase looks like with candles (although that vase only have three flowers). Also, here’s a picture of the reception room (the yellow is a separate space – that area is closed over with a dark wooden panel). I don’t think I want flower petals. Does it look good or is there anything that might add to it?
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Post # 3
I think they look great! Some advice I got from my Future Sister-In-Law is that once you add all the place settings, glasses, salt/pepper, etc to the table it fills up fast so you don’t want anything too big!
Post # 4
I love it! I’m planning to do milk glass at my wedding too, so my hutch is currently full of all my finds. I think it would look great with 2 or 3 small vases like that arranged together, or just the one with the votives. And I vote no on the petals too; they always look a little cheesy to me.
Post # 5
I think they look really romantic and simple in a good way, if you know what I mean? They’re definitely not lacking a single thing :).
Post # 6
I would put a mirror under neath it, it would reflect the lights really nicely
Post # 7
pretty! i would try a lace underlay for a little something extra.
Post # 8
I love the milkglass … i have a ton of it myself. I think it looks great
Post # 10
I think it’s classicly beautiful and fits the venue wonderfully! 🙂
Post # 11
OOOh I love it – perfect size!
Post # 12
I love it as-is. Very soft and romantic.
Post # 13
I think it’s pretty as is. Plus, as a PP stated, once you add all of the other stuff to the table, there won’t be a whole lot of empty space. If you want to add something though, I think adding a linen square or a doily or something would be a great idea. I am not a fan of the mirrors though.
Post # 15
I would skip the flower petals. Real petals can get expensive and make a mess if the get smashed under glasses, plates etc. Fake petals can be just as expensive as real ones and don’t always look nice. Either type of petal mean lots of extra clean up.
Post # 16
They look great! I’d skip the petals too.