Post # 1
Has anyone used or seen anyone use an ecclectic linen mix for their wedding? Everything I’ve seen online so far has been more formal than anything I would want. I’ve got about two years before our wedding so I was thinking of hitting up thrift and second hand stores for old table linens for the day of the weddings. Afterwards I thought they’d make neat gifts for friends who help out with the wedding. Keep in mind I’ve only been engaged for a few weeks, so I’m still trying to nail down wedding colors and what not. I just know I want something low key and fun for the wedding.
Post # 3
You can google lots of examples online.
Post # 4
I like where you are going with this idea,I think this idea will work best in an outdoor reception, but I think you need to nail down the color scheme and feel of your wedding first. There are so many things you could do… fun and funky BBQ or maybe a romantic vintage feel with some lace accents.
You could also just do solid colors table linens (different shades of pastels) and then use some ecclectic fabrics to make some bunting banners
If you can thrift stor shop for eld lace and doilies this might be a fun DIY project…lace lanterns…I saw this in another post and thought it was pretty cool. You basically take a balloon and place the lace over it then either starch it or use modge podge glue, then once it’s dry you pop the balloon and it can be attached to the hanging patio lights.
Post # 5
These are really great ideas which will get shunted over to the diy wedding folder. The rehearsel venue looks like it will be an old german dance hall that his sister also used. It fits in with both our families heritige, and is fun to boot.