Post # 1
Hey I was wondering if anyone has used or is planning in using antique milk glass for their centerpieces. If you could show me some pictures so i can get some more ideas! Thanks =)
My Colors are Eggplant and Bright Green… I was trying to come up with different ideas of things to place in the vases/bowls other than just flowers!
Post # 3
I am, but I’m doing just flowers. You might consider actually using some fruit, like green apples, pears or eggplant, or green moss balls…
or wheatgrass planted in some of the milkglass containers, paper flowers, paper cranes, tiny paper parasols, fabric pomanders, ribbon pomanders, fabric flowers, green or purple tinted sticks/branches… really just about anything in your colors would look ok!
Post # 5
My florist is also an antique dealer and she and I really wanted to do the antique milk glass, but we ended up with something not antique, but in that same vein. Super inexpensive containers, and while you can’t see them that well in this first picture, you can see below that they were shaped like gravy boats almost:
Post # 6
I found this photos…kind of a neat idea to have the milk glasses in the wire carrier.
Post # 7
I love that pic that LoveSmartDesign posted =)
Post # 8
Here’s a pic of mine. I found twine decrative balls in my colors to throw in the bowls. I also bought my flowers very inexpensively through the flowerexchange for less than $1/stem.
Post # 9
@ValerieJene1022: The twine balls are GENIUS! So cute. Where did you get them??
Post # 10
anyone have more pics of IRL milkglass centerpieces used in their weddings?
The only pics I’ve found online were staged photos so I am wondering what the real life effect was without the fancy photography.
Post # 11
It’s hard to see, and I dont have pro pics back yet but all my centrepieces were a combination on mason jars and milkglass. Once I have pro pics back I will share them, but this is the beat I have for now.
Post # 12
@Ms. Stallion: awesome, thanks! you have some nice looking wider mouth pieces.