Post # 1
hi everybody. i posted something similiar a little while ago when we rec’d our tablecloths in the mail. i am worried that they give off a light brown tint…. sooo now my question is, should we…. keep them, exchange them for light champagne (didn’t know this was an option), or exchange them for black?
i don’t have a pic of the light champagne tablecloths… just a chair sash, but you get the idea.
our wedding colors are supposed to be black and a champagne gold…. and i should point out that the bridesmaid dresses will be black and the guys’ tuxes will be black with champagne vests. the head table will have black skirting with champagne draping.
thanks for your help!
Post # 3
It’s not that noticeably brownish, so you could probably get away with it, but if it really bothers you, I’d go with the light champagne. It looks like it has a stronger gold tone.
Post # 4
@McVerde: Thanks. 🙂
Anyone else have opinions please? 🙂
Post # 5
I think it is a beautiful color! I also think it is important to keep in mind – what type of lighting you will have at your reception. Try to do a mock-up trial with the same lighting, use the tablecloths you have now, and then take pictures. Your tablecloths might not look as brownish (even though I don’t think they are giving off a noticeable brown tint.) Lighter champagne may also work (depending on your venue and what time the reception will take place). Black tablecloths are always safe, but some times they really make the room darker. I used black tablecloths with a white trim and had to use gold chargers and mercury gold votive candle holders to lighten up my tablescape… Good luck!
Post # 6
I would go with a lighter champagne, but like hapabride said, it depends on your lighting. I would not go with black if your wedding party is all wearing black.
Post # 7
I like the original champagne ones but you said that your colors are gold and black so that would better match the light champagne color! Either way it will be beautiful!
Post # 8
Thanks ladies! I decided to go with the light champagne… so I sent back the champagne ones yesterday. BONUS: I was able to get 120″ light champagne ones for cheaper than the 108″ regular champagne ones 🙂