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How to Decorate a Bridal Sweetheart Table. The Bridal sweetheart table is usually smaller than the large round tables for the wedding guests.
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Linda S. posted Message 1376 in the CraftPals Weddings BB
Dated : June 03, 1999 at 20:51:56
Subject: Re: sweetheart table
The sweetheart table is usually smaller than the large round tables for the guests, it won't look out of place , even with the mirrors.
You can have the sweetheart table in the center of the room amid all the guests, or at one end of the room near the dance floor. usually you see the parent,bridal party reserved tables closest to it.
To make your table stand out a bit, add some extra touches, perhaps rent a candelabra, or have a cluster of candles of different heights on the table. I would recommend all white candles, and tie some burgandy and hunter green bows around the bases of the holders, or around the middle of fat pillar candles.
Purchase a square of burgandy or hunter green gossamar to throw over the white table coverings
.(these can be rented if you don't sew a hem) Lay your bouquet on the table for the flower centerpiece.
If you have the table near the wall you might want to consider something on the wall, draping lace or gossamar in somwhat of an arch shape behind you., or using an arbor that is decorated..
A champagne bucket on the table is nice for your special bottle of champagne.
I like to see a little silver tray with a few special chocolates.
If you have some of your special wedding china & silver, use it at your sweetheart table...everytime you use it in later years you'll remember your wedding day!