Boho wedding decor, Wedding table confetti
Dreamy and romantic with a touch of shabby chi design, our charming rosebud and lace wedding decorations are exquisitely detailed. Use them as table decorations for weddings and other events, or fill little glass jars with them to make sentimental keepsakes for your guests.
Our gorgeous tea stained rose petals are handmade from luxurious silk and hand-dyed to achieve that pretty vintage shade and time-worn appearance. They are then hand-stamped with the word "love" in elegant old-fashioned script. Dainty lace hearts are interspersed with the petals, creating an authentic homemade vintage look. They make unique, feminine accent decorations for your vintage themed wedding.
Scatter them across tables at your barn wedding reception, use them to line the aisle or the pathways at your venue, or sprinkle them into decorative bowls and wicker baskets to create one-off wedding table centerpieces. Try adding them to your shabby chic wedding décor.
Team the petals and hearts with floral bunting and tea lights and use as rustic party decorations; they will evoke a sense of nostalgia at an anniversary or milestone birthday celebration. Our burlap wedding decorations are versatile and oh-so-chic for any occasion!
With each petal measuring approximately 1 3/4".
you will receive with each order
100 of our love tea stained petals, 25 rosebuds,50 lace hearts.
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NOT SURE HOW MANY YOU NEED?
Using them as table confetti
Tables 50 to 100 petals per table
Flower girl basket- 100-200 per basket
Petal Cone Toss- about 15 petals per guest
Using them for an Aisle Runner
Just A Sprinkle down the aisle - 20 petals per square foot
Medium or Moderate Coverage - 50 petals per square foot
Thick Coverage - 100 petals per square foot
Very Heavy Mounded Coverage - 250 petals per square foot
If you want to have them around the borders of the aisle only - 250 petals per square foot
Here is a little math to figure out how many you will need for the length and width of the aisle.
Multiply the length of your aisle by the width of your aisle to calculate the square footage. For borders multiply the width of the border, by the length of the border. Double that for both sides.