Post # 1
After seeing all the amazing pictures of what you bees are using for your centerpieces I’m starting to worry mine are kind of…lacking.
Below is a picture of the candle holder I’m using, the flowers that are going to be used around the base of it. The venue provides white table clothes and we are going to put a light green square under the candle and flowers so we can have a little bit of extra color.
Flower (this is my bouquet, but we are usign the same kind for around the base)
Below is an example of kind of how the flowers will be positioned just for a reference:
Would you add anything? Any suggestions would help!
Post # 3
YOu could echo the glass votives outside of the candle holder – would add some visual dept and be pretty – what do your table linens and place settings look like?
Post # 4
I think those will look super nice! Your bouquet is stunning. We’re just going to have a simple vase with flowers and some candles.
Post # 5
I actually like it! I love the candle holder and I think the flowers around the outside of it will be bright and pretty. So you have a little bit of height and color, it’s great!
Post # 6
I think it should be enough, the candleholder is a really neat shape which adds a lot to the overall design 🙂
Post # 7
I think what you’ve described will be enough!
Post # 8
Looks good to me! But, ours our going to be even simpler, lol.
Post # 9
I think it sounds perfect, not lacking at all! I like that they will not be blocking people from seeing each other across the table. Large centerpieces, while pretty, can be very annoying to the guests. Yours is different, but pretty!
Post # 10
It’s going to be BEAUTIFUL! Don’t stress yourself about it. You don’t want the centerpiece so big that guests can’t see eachother, and you’ll need room on the table for plates, glasses, cutlery, linens, place markers, and favours. Trust me, the table will fill up pretty quickly 🙂
Post # 11
Thanks guys! Below is a picture of the fabric we are going to be putting on top of the basic white table linens that are provided
Post # 12
Yeah I would say just etch the glass Votives.You can get it at craft stores.It is really easy to use.And in the black candle holder you could add some sparkly wire in your colors(Around the swirly things).Just to bling it out a little. Like this