Wedding Table Centerpieces on Canvas

by Canvas Press | January 6, 2010

This summer I ordered 10, 8x8 canvases of different locations all around the world. Each of the places was one of the destinations that my husband (at the time I ordered everything fiance) and I visited. Instead of numbering the tables at our wedding, we used the canvases set up on easels as table names. With the left-over canvases, James and I made a collage on our kitchen wall, and it is the first thing everyone notices when they walk in. We love it! Thanks for always making great products, and being part of our special day. -Natalie

This was a great idea Natalie! We love to see how our canvases end up being used. Thanks also to Whitney Lee Photography for the amazing shots and sharing the images with us.

Wedding Table Decoration with Canvases

Wedding Table Decoration with Canvases

Wedding Table Decoration with Canvases

Wedding Table Decoration with Canvases

Wedding Table Decoration with Canvases

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