Post # 1
We are having long banquet tables at the reception. I don’t like tall tall centerpieces. The last wedding I went to, the centerpiece was seriously 4 feet tall with crystals hanging down and the base was thick so to talk to the person across from me, I had to lean over. Anyway, so here is my mockup. The pink flowers in the square vases are from Michaels. I will most likey use real flowers for those small vases. Anyway, imagaine a table runner, some rose petals, and some smaller candles. Be honest! Seriously. If you think it’s ugly say so! You won’t hurt my feelings! ^_^
And here is the inspiration photo:
Post # 3
I think they are pretty 🙂
Post # 4
I think they turned out really pretty! I love the pebbles in the bottom of the vases.
Post # 7
Simple & elegant.
I like the alternatining round/square vases.
And the color difference between the submerged flowers and lighter flowers on the square vases.
I don’t like the candle sticks… I think the candles in the smaller holders and floating candles are enough for height difference
Post # 8
I think it is super pretty! I think I like them more than the inspiration picture 🙂
Post # 9
I think they look really nice, but I would use fewer flowers in the cylinder vases.
Post # 10
Looks great!! I love the floating candles
Post # 11
I really like them, very classy!
Post # 13
Love the idea, but they look a little squished, like there’s not enough room to do rocks, flowers, and the big candle. I’d reccomend taking our a few of the rocks or taking off a bud or too, just to give it a bit more room. Very romantic though!
Post # 14
they’re beautiful! that’s my inspiration photo, too. haha!
where did you get the flowers?
Post # 15
In the the inspiration photo, the pink flowers look light and airy. The flowers in your cylinder vases look a little heavy. I would either copy the inspiration photo and not have the water and floating candle, or, have less rock and only one stem of flowers in the water.
I think your tables will be beautiful.
Post # 16
I say most def. smaller candles and maybe not the candle floating on top of the submerged flower.
But other than that I love it ! It’s very similar to what I want for the mantle at my venue 🙂
Are the flowers in the pic real? If that’s what you’re using on the real day, I would make sure they last and don’t bleed into the water after an hour or two.
Let me know how it works out for you, I haven’t decided if I should use real or fake yet .