Table decor

posted 3 years ago in Decor
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  • Wedding: November 1999

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michelleh0686 :  What is your color palette? Tell us about the look/feel/theme you want to evoke. Do you have a pic of the venue? Time of day of the reception? e.g candles are not as effective in the daytime.

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  • Wedding: November 1999

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michelleh0686 :  Have you seen the tables and chairs without linens and chair covers? My first instinct would be to go without the chair covers if at all possible. First of all, they don’t go with a vintage look. Secondly, the sea of white overwhelms any other decor.

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  • Wedding: November 1999

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michelleh0686 :  I might use a compote vase. They can be pricey, but there are plastic ones that look incredibly good. You can also make your own with a plastic bowl, a candleholder,  E6000 glue and spray paint.

Case of 6 – Abby Plastic Compote Bowls – 5" Tall – Ships Alone

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FndltJTKfn0

To bring in your color palette, other than the flowers, I would look for a napkin that includes your colors

https://www.clothconnection.com/product-category/napkins/damask-brocade-napkins/

https://www.simons.ca/en/kitchen-dining/table-napkins/matching/leaf-napkin–8741-31721005?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIxui6-fSO4AIVEdtkCh0WEwJjEAkYBSABEgJfnvD_BwE&catId=6807&colourId=99&sizeId=L169-9998&ef_id=EAIaIQobChMIxui6-fSO4AIVEdtkCh0WEwJjEAkYBSABEgJfnvD_BwE:G:s&s_kwcid=AL!5784!3!198908115085!!!g!302433657493!

or even consider using a replica of a vintage handkerchief look.  The normal size is 17″ square which is the size of a luncheon napkin.

You can also add votives in your jewel tones.

 

 

 

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