Post # 1
So I FINALLY found some diamond mesh that was reasonably priced and boy am I excited to finally get to start seeing my ideas in person..
Here is a mock up of my “candle” table centerpiece setup, I will have 3 of these set up out of my 14 tables and will have 2 other table centerpieces setup for the other tables.
The mock up picture has a picture frame I had lying around the house, I plan to get some decorative black frames that will hold a picture of fiance & myself 🙂
Let me know what you guys think! Anything to spruce it up would be awesome
sorry its so big!!
Post # 3
Very pretty but what does it look like from behind?
Post # 4
@PoeticDoveInLA: Where did you find the cheap diamond mesh? It looks really nice!!! I might like to use it for my centrepieces. How did you adhere it to the candleholders?
Post # 5
It’s not the diamond mesh with rhinestones, its the dented look-a-like.. but I think it looks great!
I got 30 feet of diamond mesh for $12 and $10 shipping off of ebay!!
Post # 6
@PoeticDoveInLA: Very pretty! Great job
Post # 7
It looks really nice!!!! Good job!
Post # 8
I think you did a great job! 🙂 I love DIY projects, because they will save you a ton of money, and I think it look fantastic. 🙂
Post # 9
Very striking! I think I would place the large flower behind the picture frame otherwise the people on that side of the table don’t have much of a view.
If you don’t want to do that, I would use a two sided picture frame with a pic on both sides, or a pic on one side and the table name or number on the other.
Post # 11
well our tables are going to be round, so the picture frame will be facing the other way and the flower as well, so it’ll be more rounded than just all in the front, I just placed it like this for the picture to show everything
Post # 12
how did you get the mesh to stick to the candles