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I am looking for ideas for white/milk glass vases & dishes that I’ll be using for centerpieces & other things for my april 2013 wedding!!
I think I’ll be using Tulips & my colors will be shades of turquoise & purple. The colors are not certain yet.
I found a HUGE lot of milk glass that I cannot turn down… so I’m looking for inspiration!!
Will you share your photos with me? Please?
Post # 3
@SBJAXN2B: Sure! I sent you a private msg too, because I have loads of rustic vintage stuff! 🙂 Send me an email to [email protected] and I will send you some inspiration photos 🙂
Post # 4
I have the same plan for my wedding! I am going to use an assortment of large and small flowers to make the look even more ‘mismatched’ but my plan is to keep the color pallet similar – all whites and leafy greens. You could do something similar with pops of the purple and turquoise. Have you looked on Etsy? There is a whole shop dedicated to turquoise! They have turquoise candlesticks, picture frames, etc – and they even sell milk glass!
Are you interested in selling your milk glass when you are done with it?? I am planning a May 2013 wedding and have the same idea!! I just posted my interest in buying milk glass of of anyone who is willing to give it up. Please let me know if you are interested!!
Post # 5
I love the picture on the left.
Do you want several milk glass items on each table or just one large one?
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Post # 7
i’m using peonies, ball jars and milk glass. i have a lot of pics on my wedding board on pinterest.
Post # 8
I’m doing milk glass too! Here’s what it will look like (except that this was taken on my ping-pong table, not the wooden tables at our barn venue):
We’re going to have yellow ranunculus in one vase, billy balls in another, and a dahlia floating in the teacup. I’m also collecting china plates. And I love my lace table runners! 🙂
Post # 9
Me me me! I’m mixing milk glass with other old vases, all courtesy of the salvation army! One more trip and I should be good. Doing this
I have craspedia (all dried), succulents, and I’m going to add orange dahlias instead of yellow whatever that is.