Post # 1
I’m not sure what to choose. Should I go with…
Option A: an aisle runner with rose petals and Pomander rose balls hanging of the chairs …
Option B: An aisle runner with rose petals and lantern on the side with roses on top of each lanter…
Location: The venue inside is gold trim, with marble pillars, and a sisteen chapel look. Roses will be ivory colored and will be using gold chiavari chairs.
Let me know what you guys think…
Option C: both? Lantern and hanging pomander on chairs.
Potential lanterns…which do you guys like?
Post # 3
Both are so beautiful. I really think the first picture is amazing!!
Post # 4
I’m biased towards the lanterns since that’s what I’m doing. I would say the 1st set of lanterns looks nicest. 🙂
Post # 5
Option A looks A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!! And this is coming from someone who is using lanterns in her centerpieces 😉 I’d go with option A if my church allowed it — which would never happen lol.
Post # 6
What time of day is your ceremony? Lanterns would work well for an evening candle lit affair, but maybe not so well for a bright day time ceremony.
Both options look lovely though!
Post # 7
Laterns for evening, but maybe you can find a latern that’s more Victorian or Great Gadsbyesque. Something gilded for sure.
Post # 8
Thanks guys, your input has helped a lot but still am undecided, It would be an evening wedding and I was thinking of dimming the lights and keeping the candelabras that will be already lit ( they are part of the venue) and maybe using some amber or blue uplighting Idk… I really would love a little more victorian looking lanterns, but so far I can’t find any. I found some hanging chandeliers that match the chandeliers in the venue and could possibly have them hanging from shepard hooks, But I don’t know about that option either.
Post # 9
If you’re going to be dimming the lights go for the lanterns! If the room is dusky people won’t see the full detail of the pomanders anyway…
Post # 10
I saw lanterns and pomanders!!!