I am doing pumpkins that have different size holes in them, but i dont think that will help you. lol but if you decide to do the mason jars hanging from the shepherd's hook... partylite has them online for $3.95. They are in the cyber sale section... good luck!
@MDLS made some kissing balls. They looked fantastic. Here is an example. http://www.google.com/images?rlz=1T4GGLL_enUS352US352&q=kissing balls down asile&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=og&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wi&biw=1260&bih=811
There are a lot of things that you can do for outdoor decor. Depending on the time of year your getting married and also the time of day.
If you like flowers...you can use dried or fresh rose petals to line your walk way. Paper Parasols can also be used to get a great walk way effect. If there are Trees you can hang paper lanterns in your colors or utilize a beaded or Jeweled Curtin. As the other brides have said...kissing balls are great and add a pop of color... Vases that you can get at the dollar store filled with fruit or another vase filler can give a great look. Hurrican vases and candles are great...It just really depends on the look your going for.
The above photos look beautiful but don't do this unless your guests can access the seats from the sides. Otherwise they will walk on the runner and knock over the decorations as they try to step over them. ;o)
The above photos look beautiful but don't do this unless your guests can access the seats from the side. Otherwise they will walk on the runner and knock over the decorations as they try to step over them. ;o)
We used petal cones adorned with a chandelier crystal filled with hydrangeas and roses inside. For our vintage themed wedding. Paper lace parasols and chairs dressed simply with a sash and flower clip really set the scene.