Post # 1
Ok I am all over the place with the decor of our wedding. The theme now is rustic/nature/love bird.
For the rustic I will be have a wood slab with jars and candles like so
For the nature the centerpieces above goes with it and we’ll have have curly willow branches for our tall centerpieces. similar to these
And for the love birds our cake topper is two white birds, these are NOT DONE
and little nest on each wood slab centerpieces like the one below
SO NOW FOR THE LINEN I’M LOST
OUR COLORS ARE PURPLE AND GREEN BUT I’M NOT SEEING MUCH PURPLE 8[
Post # 3
The purple would be fun and unique. Nearly every linen rental company has various shades to choose from.
Post # 4
Purple linen would look beautiful.
Post # 5
So if i got the eggplant tablecloths it wouldn’t be out of place
Post # 7
I think all the looks are great. However, I would do this:
Use the tall centerpieces with the willows and attach some small birds on them – or maybe one dramatic one on the rim of the vase. Either way, it’s beautiful and you could add glitter if you wish. Check your local craft store like Michael’s.
Use glass birds for your cake top – it is more elegant and fancy. Love birds are available just about in any department store.
I think you should use both purples – they are both great, just alternate the tables with each color table cloth. It will make for an interesting sea of these lovely colors.
Use your home made love birds in your nest and put by the guest sign in table or where you have your escort cards along with a set of glass jars that you have pictured. Tie lavender and purple ribbon on the jars. For a rustic touch, do add the wood slab underneath the tall vases and sprinkle lavender and purple flower petals (real or silk is fine) around them to soften them. Get purple or white or ivory cotton napkins and tie them with “rafia” which looks like twine in a wood color. (see efavormart.com)
Post # 8
Wow your good lol I’ll look into all your ideas. THANKS!!
Post # 9
glad you like the ideas. let me know how it works. you could do a mock table to experiment before your wedding so that you know how to adjust it.