Post # 1
I was stuck on damask BUT I found this pattern and LOVE it but want some opinions.
My invitation lady (gourmetinvitations) is going to use this pattern as a belly band on my invites between the black and white layer, she is also going to make custom envelope liners out of it. The reason why we ditched the damask is I could not find a pattern that would work for the invites.
I also had a crazy idea to use this as table runners. The best part is that it is WALLPAPER. My idea is to put a satin edge on it and use it as table runners.
What do you guys think……Thanks ahead of time.
Post # 3
Hmmm…I don’t see the pattern…can you repost?
Post # 5
I love it! I think Damask has been overdone, so I think this is a great answer to that.
Post # 6
Me too. I don’t want to be like every other bride. I wanted some sort of pattern and I think this is my solution. I just wanted more opinions to confirm my opinion. 🙂
Post # 7
One of the table linen rental companies in Chicago has that print or a very, very similar one already available. Let me know if you’d like the name. We’re using the company for a different print, but this was on our short list.
Post # 8
- Wedding: October 2009 - Church Ceremony/Reception at The Waterford House
I love the print. It looks great!
Post # 9
Very pretty! I also agree it’s a nice alternative to damask.
Post # 12
I love it I actually seen this pattern in one of my bridal magazines that was used as table cloths. It was beautiful!
Post # 14
- Wedding: June 2009 - Red Fish Grill
Love it! It’s a nice alternative to damask.