Post # 1
Finishing up final decor items ( 6 weeks away!) and all of a sudden it occured to me…. tulle down the aisle may seem dated! What do y’all think?
We aren’t have big flower arrangements, but shepherds hooks + mason jars with babys breath
This picture is pretty much exactly what we are going for just replace with the jars/flowers…. too dated?
Post # 3
I think if done right it could look awesome! I love that last picture! And we’re date twins!
Post # 4
I’m pretty sure tulle didn’t originate in the 80s, they just overdid it the same way they overdid hair and acid wash. As long as you use it sparingly it will look beautiful. The pic u posted with the hooks is great!
Post # 5
I think with mason jars, babys breath and tulle, it will look beautufully shabby shic!
Post # 6
I think its beautiful. Love those pics!
Post # 7
Tulle will always be considered bridal in my book. I think the photo’s you posted are beautiful and give it that wedding feeling!
Post # 8
It’s very doable! I did tulle – not in the same style as yours… I did tulle loops down the aisle, with ribbon pomanders instead of mason jars and baby’s breath 🙂 but I don’t think it looked dated at all! Here’s a couple pics… Just so you can see what it can look like (and so you can feel better that other brides are still doing tulle too 🙂 haha)
Photos courtesy of Nick Dantonio Photography, http://www.nickdantoniophotography.com
Post # 9
The last pic you posted is EXACTLY what I am doing! And here I thought that I invented that idea. LOL Not dated at all!
Post # 10
I think it can look gorgeous. Yesterday at a craft store they had a bridal decor area and had decorated an archway with tulle and I thought it looked beautiful.
Tulle is just fun and adds a little bridal drama, who can resist?
Post # 11
@Treejewel19: I totally agree!
Post # 12
I think that if you love it, who cares!!! Do it and love every minute!
Post # 13
I think its beautiful, very soft, romantic and bridal!