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Making the bride and groom table stand out

Are you planning on decorating the bride & groom table (if you aren't having a wedding party table) differently than the other tables? If so what will you be doing to do this or what did you do?

Re: Making the bride and groom table stand out

  • I'm doing mine the same as the others, the only difference is that it will be at the head of the room, noticed when you walk in and right near the dance floor. I'll have a vase for my bouquet, that's about the only difference than the other tables.
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  • In Response to Re: Making the bride and groom table stand out:
    [QUOTE]I'm doing mine the same as the others, the only difference is that it will be at the head of the room, noticed when you walk in and right near the dance floor. I'll have a vase for my bouquet, that's about the only difference than the other tables.
    Posted by TiffanyT816[/QUOTE]

    This is all we did.  Trust me, you are the B&G, everyone will know what table is yours, so there's no need to do anything particularly different than other tables.
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  • Well, we did. I wouldn't say we 'stood out' because of the decor. The fact that we had a sweetheart table & our attire kind of did that for us. We used different vases and candles than the other tables. My bouquet was the flowers for the table. It did look different, but made sense with the others.
  • On our head table, we just had a bigger version of the other table centerpieces, and I added tapered candles in crystal candlesticks that were a gift from my sister at my shower.  Oh, and we had chargers on the head table since they were some that I own for home entertaining (and once I saw them on the head table, I kicked myself for not having them everywhere).
  • lyndausvilyndausvi Western Slope, Colorado mod
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    Not really.    The only thing different I can think of was we used my and the other BMs at the tables bouquets as centerpieces.  I asked the florist to added clear empty vases on the table to put our bouquets in.






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  • I'll have to keep an eye out for a vase for that. Thank you ladies! :)
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