Post # 1
I am using tissue paper pomanders for the aisle decor for the ceremony. I was wondering, any other bees out there using pomanders incorporating them in the reception? If so how? Or are they just being used for the ceremony?
Post # 3
I am doing this (or going to try..)
For us the ceremony & reception site are one and the same, so depending on how we set up the poms for the ceremony will determine the hows and wheres for the recetption.
Also depends on the weather.
If the ground is wet, and it is raining the day of, then everything will be inside, and the poms porbably hung from varying heights.
If the ground is dry, and it is not raining day of, then we might use them as aisle decor (hanging from chairs or on the ground).
We have also considered hanging them from our non-arching”arch” (like a mini pergola made of branches), which will either be inside or outside dependant again on weather.
Post # 4
I started off doing silk flower ones but Im moving on to fresh roses now. Im hanging mine on sheppard hooks going up my aisle. After the reception is done I will probably hang them on the inside of my tent or on the trees. My wedding is all outdoors. If you were hanging them on sheppard hooks you could maybe put them by the door or by your cake/desert table. Or you could hang them on the backs of chairs if your chairs can accommodate that. I hope this helps.
Post # 5
I have incorporated ribbon pomanders into half our centerpieces. They’ll be sitting atop tall thin vases. It’s hard to explain but it looks great! 🙂
I dont have any pictures of the whole centerpiece but here is what the ribbon pomanders look like!
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Post # 7
Thanks ladies. I love the ideas.
Post # 8
I will be hanging them from the ceiling of our park pavillion. I plan on tying fishing line from one end to the next and they will hang from the fishing line.
Post # 9
@Asparagus that will be so cute like the paper lanterns.. sorta. Love that idea.