- 6 years ago
- Wedding: August 2012
I actually think it looks just fine as is. WHat’s your theme?? Maybe if I knew tha I could help a little more. WHat size are those tables where you can fit 10 people comfortably?
Love it as is, but I would proll space out the chairs da little more because it will be a tight squeeze especially for older or heavy set people to get into the table without climbing over others. Love the color scheme! Your center pieces are very simiar to ours ( ours are white clear stones with a cala lily lit by a submergable LED!) if you like the idea of the LED, I picked mine up at Michaels, 9.99 cdn for a package of 15! I think that would look fabulous as well!
Very pretty! love your colors!! I would agree that 10 at a table might be alittle smushed, but if you don’t have enough tables than it will have to do!
Thank you all. We are inviting 150 people and 10 fit at the tables for all 150. We will pull a place setting instead of deleting a table for the declined rsvp’s. Until we went & set this up we had no idea how tight it was. There is a courtyard with leisure seating & cocktail tables so hopefully it wont be to cramped. I just wish the venue would’ve said it would be tight for 150 people!
@Mrs.HWebber – I am putting Submersible LEDs in the centerpieces. I did not put the candles or the lights in them for the mock set up. What color light did you do? I’m not sure whether to do red or white/clear.
I was also going to scatter rose petals around but now I’m wondering if I should scatter clear bling stones. Any suggestions?
I wonder what it would look like without the glass mirror underneath? I like the rose idea too 😀 It looks great 😀
This is absolutely gorgeous! I LOVE it!
@BDmolnar…I’ll have to try it & see what it looks like….thanks for the idea!
@brendaray2009…..thank you! 🙂
These colors are very pretty! I think rose petals would add a nice touch. I like the suggestion to remove the mirror. If you decide to keep it, consider putting the votives on the mirror.
I love the way the tables look. I think once the candles are lit and the glassware/silverwear are added it will do for the bling factor. However, if you want actual bling I think subtle doses will look best on your table. It’s already beautiful. I’d add bling napkin rings or placecard holders. I hope you add pictures of the final decision!
Very pretty! You could try both the bling stones and rose petals perhaps? The mixture might look really interesting and beautiful. I also agree to pull the mirror out, but if you’re looking for a different pop of color in silver, use an unfolded silver napkin in the center to draw your attention to the centerpiece. Maybe it’s totally just me, but it seems that mirrors are becoming outdated as centerpieces. Otherwise, looks great!!