Post # 47
We had anniversary cards for everyone to sign that we will open on the respected anniversaries down the road! I also loved the kissing-ball/heart for our Flower Girl and our DIY programs. They has 3 pages are were attached with a heart brad.
Post # 48
Right now they exist as ideas only, but they are brilliant!
My Fiance is a pilot and I’m a academic/book nerd. We’re going to have planes “flying” by being supported by wire on some tables and collections of books on others.
Post # 49
The bouts!! I love them SO MUCH!!!
Post # 50
My DIY pomanders… and the kick ass arrangements my florist put together for the ceremony… 2 pedestals on either side of us… swoooon….
Post # 51
- Wedding: September 2010 - Heinz Chapel Ceremony, Museum Reception
MandaMack, I just want to add, don’t stress yourself out too much on trying to decorate in there! With the height of the ceilings and the size of the lanterns, the scope of the room is so big that I was actually really glad that I didn’t go too crazy on decorating the tables and everything. The room has a really strong visual impact all on its own, and I found that it looked pretty great with like ZERO help from me, haha!
Post # 52
- Wedding: August 2010 - Ocean View Villas/Jasmine Seafood Restaurant
I loved having parasols. We used them as photo props as well as decor for the ceremony behind the chairs.
Post # 53
@DeaconBride: thanks!!! please post once you get it! 😀 i LOVE her stuff!!! soooo worth the price. I have our topper on a shelf with our sand ceremony vase & a picture frame my husband’s neice got us (with a wedding pic).
Post # 54
Our venue(s)! Historic vaudeville theatre for ceremony, historic art deco hotel for the reception. We’re getting married on the stage and then they’re raising the curtains and having cocktails behind the curtain. SO cool, especially since I’m in theatre.
There will be red velvet chairs instead of tables:
Post # 55
In terms of decor, I loved our strings of cranes, our crane escort cards, our guestbook/scrapbooking table, and the twinkle lights that came with the venue.
Post # 56
@octopus: Thanks for the reassurance! So many things I’m planning are much smaller details that I’m sure no one will notice (like crayon packages for escort cards) except for me, and I wanna make sure when people walk in they can tell how much effort I put in! And I can’t wait for your recaps!
Post # 57
We had a cake and punch reception immediately following our wedding (adult only reception was in the evening).
Here are some decor pictures from that:
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Post # 58
We kept these pretty simple, and I’m glad we did… we got lots of compliments on them. We put 7-8 candles in glasses and placed them randomly in the center of the table. We then filled in between the glasses with pretty purple flowers.
The pictures I have do not have the flowers in them, but here is the jist of the idea.