Post # 62
@Future Mrs K:
us too! We actually did not even have to buy any– we just collected them from family/friends and our own jars.
However… I will say that they are very overused now if you’re looking around the blogging world! Oh well, if they look nice, fit the budget, and it is what the bride wants– go for it!
No one at our wedding had seen anything like it and kept commenting on the ” uniqueness” of it all! I just let them think I was just that damn creative!
Post # 63
I don’t think your marriage counts if you don’t have them. Be advised.
Post # 64
ROFL I love this thread!
I know some ppl that have used them well and some that were totally TACKY, but the burlap thing, I’ve never gotten that WTF?
Post # 65
They also rent out mismatched “vintage” plates, tarnished silver odds and ends and ratty old lace runners. KILLS MY SOUL.
Post # 66
- Wedding: August 2013 - An amazing non-profit retreat
I’ve clearly missed my calling in life! Buy crap at thrift stores and garage sales… rent to “vintage” loving brides.
I prefer drinking glasses for drinking out of, and actual vases for centerpieces. How old-fashioned of me 😛