Post # 1
Does anyone have ideas of how to stand kissing balls for centerpieces? I was thinking of unfinished wooden candle stick and paint them, however all the onces i come across I think are too think.
Any ideas or thoughts would be great!!
Post # 3
Maybe clear vases? What do the wooden candle stick look like? Depending on the weight of the kissing balls, it might not be too much
Post # 4
And here’s a link to how it looked in professional photos.
Post # 5
If you can’t find candlesticks you like, look in Lowes or Home Depot . They may have wood turnings that would work for you.
many brides place them on top of cylinder vases
or candlesticks or upside down wine glasses
Post # 6
You could use clear vases as suggested but paint the inside of the vases with your wedding colors. Similarly to how you paint ornaments.
ETA: I can’t find an example of a vase with the mixed colors swirl painting design.
Post # 7
I like the idea of vases, either clear or colored! If the vase is opaque, I might recommend not putting “petals” the whole way around the pomander so that it will sit nicely on the top of the vase. I used cupcake liners for a pomander, and just left a hole the width of the vase at the bottom of the styrofoam ball and it sat perfectly on the vase.
Post # 8
@MrsConnick: I love the tulle you added inside the cylinder vase. I’ve never seen that before. Very nice!