Post # 31
The table cloths are basic white, that’s what the venue provides. I’ve tossed the idea of maybe renting or buying a different color table cloth but my Fiance doesn’t want to add more cost into our budget. I do have another plate that I was debating on using, it’s a black/silver glitter plate.
Post # 32
Mine are floral-ish (sorry), but they definitely count as unique. Each table will have a vintage planter/mug/creamer on it with silk flowers, a teacup candle, and a blue vase with more silk florals.
Mockup of the tables:
Our vintage pieces, which I am super excited about!
By The Way, our theme is colorful vintage kitsch. 🙂
Post # 33
Just a thought…..mine were non-floral; a mix of candles, vases and little pots. Close up I love them but in honesty the room looks very bare in the photos of our Reception and not that impressive so looking back I slightly regret not having some flowers. At night with candle lit it really was beautiful though and I got to take them all home which was a huge bonus.My DH would never have let me go out and buy so many!! 😉
Post # 34
Those are AMAZING! 😍
I would love to go completely non-floral (it would free up so much budget) but I am also afraid of our tables appearing bare. We have decided to go with 6ft banquet tables (we can borrow them for free from the local volunteer fire department) but so many of my ideas would better suit round tables. We plan on using the crystal oil lamps for our primary centerpieces, then to each side have a smaller floral arrangement in turquoise tinted mason jars, we would also spread votive candles around each table. Floral arrangements are at the bottom of my priority list so I am currently debating between grocery store wildflower bouquets and bulk hydrangeas, carnations, and baby’s breath from Sam’s Club.
Post # 35
We’re going for a Rustic Elegance theme for our barn wedding… My DIY centerpieces are below:
Post # 36
Books and tea cups always get me 💙 I love the variety from centerpiece to centerpiece. They all look very unified but each one is unique. The little jar of gold pinecones (I think? Lol) is my favorite!
Post # 37
Thank you. I had the most fun hunting those suckers down.
As for flowers, I understand the prioritu. I’mean already regretting the silk route, but what can ya do… I have seen lush green arrangements in some photos that look super amazing and would probably be cheap!
Post # 38
thank you!! I painted them the morning of lol