it’s really the amazing layers that give way to such a gorge

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it’s really the amazing layers that give way to such a gorge

Postby aslite » Thu Aug 19, 2010 4:35 am

Layer your linens. And I don’t mean you have to rent fancy shmancy linens. Use a combination of burlap, natural linens and plain cotton fabrics. Keep the ends raw to add to the rustic chic element. Add a burlap runner for even more texture.evening dresses

The china really takes center stage on this table. It’s an eclectic mix of gold rimmed plates, glasses and accent pieces that make for a glamorous contrast to the more rustic foundation. Don’t worry too much about your charger. Although it definitely adds to the depth and layers of gorgeousness, focus instead on your top piece and your accents. Use whatever plates your reception venue is using, then add a gold rimmed dessert plate on top. Found at flea markets and antique stores, these can be bundled after the wedding and given as gifts. Gold rimmed charges, plates and goblets can also be rented if you have the budget.prom dresses

In terms of flowers, think of having one strong focal point in the room. Perhaps set on the table that is the most center or on the head table, have one large arrangement that is filled to the brim with roses, hydrangeas and other blooms in your hues. Accent the rest of the tables with petite arrangements set in medicine bottles (found lots on ebay) and small urns like these. You can even use Kathleen’s DIY vase tutorial to get even closer to this look using found vases and urns.evening dresses

The thing is. With this design, it’s really the amazing layers that give way to such a gorgeous style. It’s the rustic space paired with the ultra-glam details. It’s the raw, natural textures in the linens paired with the gold accents and luxurious styling. It’s a study in contrast. And as long as you keep with that mantra, the options are dresses
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