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Tulle for Ceremony Decor

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Hello hello!!

 

Here is a pic of our ceremony set up:

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The colours that the resort carries do not work with our colour combo so we were told we can bring our own and that our WC will set everything up for us (for the arch, we already have chair bows) Does anyone have a clue how much I should bring? or what size? (there are tall rolls and short rolls) Any input would be great!

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I'd suggest about a 36" tall roll, and over estimate the length you need. Also, you may want to look at fabric other than tulle IMHO. Another idea, is to use white for the arch - it goes with everything and looks stunning against the blue background of the sky/ocean - the resort is sure to have white, and then you won't have anything to bring with you.

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I'd suggest about a 36" tall roll, and over estimate the length you need. Also, you may want to look at fabric other than tulle IMHO. Another idea, is to use white for the arch - it goes with everything and looks stunning against the blue background of the sky/ocean - the resort is sure to have white, and then you won't have anything to bring with you.

It doesn't have white, can you believe it??!?!? It has white for around the posts like in the pic but for the accenting colours across the top, they only have purple, gold and I believe red. Our colours are white, light blue and fushia, so I want to bring some blue. Thanks so much for your help!!!

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