Post # 1
I found this picture on the oh so fab Martha Stewart site and I think it’s just adorable. I’m looking for more classic almost victorian feel I think. Our "colors" if you will are palest pink, gray, ivory and black. I say "colors" because our wedding is very casual and homemade so the whole color scheme isn’t really that important to us, not everything has to be matchy-matchy. (Not that i think there is anything wrong with color scheme, au contraire mon ami I think they can be beautifuly pulled off!) Anyways, has anyone seen this done at an actual wedding? I can’t seem to find any other pictures and would love a peek at how others have done it!
Post # 4
Mrs. Radish did it, but I can’t find pictures of her centerpieces!
Another Idea Stolen From Martha Stewart Weddings
Maybe you can ask her for some? Or maybe Mrs. Bee can get in touch with her and ask her for some photos?
Post # 6
ooo this is a cute idea, i am going to consider it, any additional pictures would be helpful!
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Post # 8
I used the same idea for my reception. My husband is from England and I thought it would be the perfect tie in for our Chicago wedding. A good portion of them came from my travels in the UK and Ireland. They looked so cute. Shame that the pictures I have of them don’t do them justice. If anyone is interested in using the same idea, I am selling my tins. Lots of different styles and sizes. You can reach me at [email protected] if you would like to see pictures of the tins on their own.
Post # 9
Just noticed the other pics didn’t go through. Here they are.
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Post # 10
I love this idea! We’re doing similar colors, and we’re having our centerpieces in teapots and coffeepots, along with the sugar and creamer. Similar to Mrs. Lovebug’s wedding (that’s where I got the idea, actually).