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#51 lovelytlc

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    Posted 14 May 2010 - 03:18 PM

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    Originally Posted by jaynreneewed
    its a shame that we are all spending money on sashes- I know there must be so many girls on this site that still have theirs stashed away. I'm going to start a tread about sash sharing (recycling sashes). I'll give mine away for free- honestly, I don't want them cluttering up my house.
    what color are your sashes?

    #52 Princess402

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      Posted 20 June 2010 - 10:05 PM

      It sounds like some of you have purchased two different colours of sashes - do you have any pics of how this looks set up?

      My main colour is royal blue and my accent colours are turquoise and yellow. I was hoping to find organza that was iridescent and had shades or royal and turquoise blue in it, depending on the light. Another bride on here made sashes out of fabric like this that I just LOVED, but I can't seem to find anything like it anywhere. So then I started thinking that maybe I could alternate royal blue and turquoise blue organza sashes, but I am wondering if this would look good or not...

      #53 katelynn

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        Posted 22 June 2010 - 05:00 PM

        thanks for the link...I think I finally found ones I like as I was hoping to find an iridescent look.
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        #54 katelynn

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          Posted 22 June 2010 - 05:02 PM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by Princess402
          It sounds like some of you have purchased two different colours of sashes - do you have any pics of how this looks set up?

          My main colour is royal blue and my accent colours are turquoise and yellow. I was hoping to find organza that was iridescent and had shades or royal and turquoise blue in it, depending on the light. Another bride on here made sashes out of fabric like this that I just LOVED, but I can't seem to find anything like it anywhere. So then I started thinking that maybe I could alternate royal blue and turquoise blue organza sashes, but I am wondering if this would look good or not...
          I think I finally found some iridescent ones, I actually thought of you when I found them, lol.

          Here is the link

          I know mine are more aqua than yours
          9x108 Crystal Organza Sash-Jade50726(10pcs/pk)

          Maybe yours?
          9x108 Crystal Organza Sash-Peacock50759(10pcs/pk)
          Today I marry my bestfriend, the one I laugh with, the one I love.

          #55 NatashaHollema

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            Posted 23 June 2010 - 02:17 AM

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            Originally Posted by Vintage Bride
            Hi Renee,

            Try this link Elegant Perspectives - Wholesale Wedding Decor: satin sashes, bows, chair covers, tablecloth, tablerunners, etc. - Canada & USA

            They are based out of wasaga beach area and have chair sashes for around a dollar a sash.
            I would just like to let you know that THIS IS AMAZING!!! I live maybe 2 minutes from this location and never knew it existed!!! (weird because this town only has 2 streets) I was just about to order online!

            THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH!!!!!

            #56 simba1234

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              Posted 24 June 2010 - 12:06 PM

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              Originally Posted by lalanyc
              Since this is a thread about chair sashes, I have a question for you ladies -

              Do you have any ideas for unique applications of chair sashes?? I dont want to pay extra to have Tiffany chairs for our reception but I would like to do something a little different than just a bow in the back of each chair. Is anyone here doing something unusual w/ their sashes (could be adding flowers or tying differently, etc.)?
              I'm not a big fan of the bow in the back so I had mine tied to the side. I think it looked a lot sleeker and different.

              Here's the picture I used as inspiration and sent to my WC.

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              These are some pics from my actual wedding... I don't have my professional pictures yet so it's hard to really see from these pics. But my resort actually tied them EXACTLY the way they were done in the inspiration pic.

              I thought it looked great and people even commented about it (who knew sashes would make such an impact:)


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              #57 FutureMrsBeatty

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                Posted 24 June 2010 - 02:21 PM

                Quote:
                Originally Posted by simba1234
                I'm not a big fan of the bow in the back so I had mine tied to the side. I think it looked a lot sleeker and different.

                Here's the picture I used as inspiration and sent to my WC.

                Click the image to open in full size.


                These are some pics from my actual wedding... I don't have my professional pictures yet so it's hard to really see from these pics. But my resort actually tied them EXACTLY the way they were done in the inspiration pic.

                I thought it looked great and people even commented about it (who knew sashes would make such an impact:)


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                I LOVE LOVE LOVE the side tie. Very contemporary looking!! Great Idea!! Lisa

                #58 Mischaka

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                  Posted 24 June 2010 - 02:36 PM

                  Quote:
                  Originally Posted by simba1234
                  I'm not a big fan of the bow in the back so I had mine tied to the side. I think it looked a lot sleeker and different.

                  Here's the picture I used as inspiration and sent to my WC.

                  Click the image to open in full size.


                  These are some pics from my actual wedding... I don't have my professional pictures yet so it's hard to really see from these pics. But my resort actually tied them EXACTLY the way they were done in the inspiration pic.

                  I thought it looked great and people even commented about it (who knew sashes would make such an impact:)


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                  OMG!!! that looks BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!

                  #59 Princess402

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                    Posted 29 June 2010 - 12:45 PM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by simba1234
                    I'm not a big fan of the bow in the back so I had mine tied to the side. I think it looked a lot sleeker and different.

                    Here's the picture I used as inspiration and sent to my WC.

                    Click the image to open in full size.


                    These are some pics from my actual wedding... I don't have my professional pictures yet so it's hard to really see from these pics. But my resort actually tied them EXACTLY the way they were done in the inspiration pic.

                    I thought it looked great and people even commented about it (who knew sashes would make such an impact:)


                    Click the image to open in full size.

                    Click the image to open in full size.
                    What a great idea!!! I showed this to FI last night, versus the traditional way that most chair sashes are tied, and he loved it! So hopefully we are going to do this too.

                    #60 avong1228

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                      Posted 03 July 2010 - 11:52 AM

                      Great ideas ladies!!

                      Question ... do you buy enough sashes for both the ceremony and reception? We think we'll have around 50 so does that mean 100 sashes?




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