I did my sisters revow in May of 2002. I took pastel 8/1.00 lunch sized bags and pastel tissue paper and put yellow paper inside pink bag, etc, like a hankie inside a mans pocket. That lined the "isle" down the church's main room (no pews, just round tables and chairs). I found pastel wrapping paper with bells inside circles at a thrift shop and cut them out to "sprinkle" on the tables. We twist-tied dollar tree flowers to an arhbor the church had. The flower girl and ring barer had pastel flowers in the headpieces and skirts I made them, and dropped DT petals on the floor. I made parfait puddings in glasses that were dyed yellow, lavendar, mint green, baby blue and pink with food dye. Our invitations were printed on pastel papers, as well as the wedding handout and scrolls with pastel ribbon that each guest received. What ever you are doing in colors, you can find during the easter sales. When you are all done, take some photos and share with us? Good luck!!
I had a spring wedding...March too! My color was a tiffany blueish - perfect for spring I thought! I had a lot of gerbera daisies - medium pink. And if you live in the mid-west, pray that it doesn't snow!! I live in Michigan, and lucked out of snow for my wedding day!
I am a floral designer. One way of saving is by doing your flowers in silk instead of fresh.
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I need an idea for an inexpensive, but nice looking wedding centerpiece for a spring wedding.
Emily from Dinuba, CA
When my daughter married, we wanted a Sentimental peace on each of the tables so I purchased vintage handkerchiefs which were white and the guest signed the handkerchiefs with their greeting and then I had a table runner made for my daughter out of all of the Vintage handkerchiefs and it is a memory that she'll always have