Post # 1
I had to leave my cat (Anouk) at my parents’ house for a few weeks and I am so sad! I feel like I abandonned her. =( Poor kitty. Poor ME!!!! I cried when I left. She is in New Husband in a big old house with lots of space to explore, though, with her “uncle” cat Caesar to play with. So she will be fine.
Anyway, my personal opinion on centerpieces is that the shorter they are the better, so guests can see each other across the table. Tall centerpieces are just too ostentatious. I know some people love them, which is cool. Which do you prefer, tall or short?
Oh and here is my cat, so you know who we’re talking about…
After a bath:
Post # 3
More pictures, you said? Okay!
Post # 4
LOL You’re hilarious and your cat is adorable when she’s soaking wet. 🙂
Post # 5
Your cat will be ok! I like short since I’d be worried to knock over a tall one.
Post # 6
Your kitty is adorable! Also, short centerpieces are way better because tall ones destroy table conversations.
Post # 7
Lol love the wet cat pic! As for centerpieces, I alternated tall and short, I thought it made it look more interesting!
Post # 8
I might try to use these for some sort of centerpiece…maybe flat with something on top. I don’t know, but I like the way they look!
oops i mean
Post # 9
Oh also, here is a video of my cat after her bath: http://youtu.be/aZSvRy1co1I
I am completely normal. Please disregard infactuation with X-Files and crazy cat lady-ness…=)
Post # 11
I love the one of her “sitting” and then laying on her back (4 and 5). One of my cats do that and it cracks me up. Also, the tie. Awesome.
Post # 12
Ummm your cat is adorable! The wet photo made me giggle out loud at work.
As for the centerpieces I think people need to be very careful about what is considered short. I have seen quite often here on WB shorter centerpieces that are preferred but by the time you add flowers they are actually in direct way with people’s line of vision. If you are doing short do very short as in right above the table.
There is nothing wrong with tall center pieces if they are tall enough. We opted for 33″ candelabras plus the flowers on top and they weren’t in anyone’s way because the actual candelabra was above the line of vision.
Post # 13
That is a good point about short ones getting in the way as well. I am picturing sort of…just table coverings for me. INTERESTING ones, of course! I am going to use paper cranes. That’s like the only decision I’ve made so far about that.
And…sorry to inundate you all!