Here are ours. Simple but I liked them!
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Posted 18 June 2013 - 06:45 AM
Originally Posted by Liann03
Gorgeous... I just can't travel with this for 8 tankes;(
Posted 18 June 2013 - 10:51 AM
I gave up on trying to make them and cart them over to DR. I just purchased them from the resort- 5 tables plus our sweetheart so 6 pieces, $85 each- $510. Ouch, but I don't have time to assemble or be creative and my mother insisted on fresh flowers. We are having blue hydrangeas in a clear glass vase with blue ribbons and blue crystals atop a mirror and tealight on the sides. Sounds like something I could have made myself, plus tea-lights will not hold on the beach but whatever. I am thinking about getting those miniature white lanterns to protect the tealights, I've seen them in the craft stores and would only need 12- two for each table.
I'm told it will look something like this but with hydrangeas and we went with a larger size. I'm thinking of combining the hyrangeas and white roses. My mom made my bouquet for my civil courthouse wedding day- I bought hydrangeas and roses from a supermarket, fabric tape and a handle cover. It came out gorgeous!
The Bouquet my mom made for me:
I like the blend, I hope they can accommodate.
Posted 18 June 2013 - 05:09 PM
Originally Posted by StephLB
I like these:
I found them on Pinterest
Posted 21 June 2013 - 12:23 AM
I'm getting married in 13 months but I really like these lime and flower centerpieces , looking for something similar to it
Posted 21 June 2013 - 05:13 PM
Hey I love how you did this and would love to do it for my wedding since I am having a beach wedding. can I ask how did you set this up? what kind of light did you use, etc?
Posted 25 June 2013 - 08:09 PM
Loving all of the different ideas on here ladies! So many beautiful options.
For our wedding in Tulum last month we went with a rustic vintage style. For our flowers we used mismatched bottles of various sizes with roses and baby's breath. We also used two types of lanterns, bombillos in brass buckets (similar to the tops of oil lamps) and lots of tea lights in glass candle holders. Our tables were long rectangles, and I arranged it in such a way that all the tables looked balanced and put together, while still keeping the rustic mismatched look.
I collected the bottles myself, made the burlap and lace runners, and purchased the lanterns, bombillos and tea light holders from various places.
All the photos are by Luckygirl Photography based out of Winnipeg, Canada, aside from the second one and the last two, which were taken by friends. - www.luckygirl.ca
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