Post # 1
I don’t know why I think these room dividers kind of do. What do you think? Our theme is pretty subtle art deco. But I need an extremely easy backdrop to be set up. I’m thinking we may not even put up the curtain but not sure. More on the no end of that LOL. But wanted to do something so I was thinking these room dividers with the candle holders. What do you think?
Post # 3
I wouldn’t say they look gothic, I mean I would have never noticed the similarity had you not mentioned it.
I think it looks great! I really like the little candles!
Post # 4
they don’t look like either. They look like decor.
Post # 5
Hmm neither? If I had to pick one I guess I’d go with gothic. I like it though.
Post # 6
Would it look bad if I didn’t put the curtain behind it? This is the wall it’s going on (minus the TV that won’t be there) and then that area turns into the dance floor so the dividers can be moved easily. There will be 2 floor plants on either side.
Post # 7
It won’t look ‘bad’ just won’t really show. I work in the industry, and you are looking at a fairly commonly used candle back drop for beautiful weddings.
It doesn’t fall into any style catagory, as it will fit with anything from a garden wedding to a gothic Day of the Dead wedding 🙂
Post # 8
I think the candle screens are a little too busy/fussy visually. They detract/distract. The simple while curtain is a lovely backdrop that will look great in photos. The black metal lines will make the backgrounds of the photos really busy, in a bad way. The line of the top of the screen is competing with the groom’s head, and overall it just looks out of proportion and not at all the correct style for the space. I think it’s just too much.