Your reception centerpiece should be the biggest investment you make for your wedding flowers. Your guests will be parked in front of them for a good four hours, so you need more than just a beautifully designed centerpiece but one with interesting details to capture your audience’s attention. Today we will share with you some of our favorite ideas for ravishing centerpieces.
Fabric Wrapped Vases:
Stressing over peonies vs poppies? Put the focus on your vases instead by wrapping them in eye-catching fabrics that give them a textured look and feel. Keep the look clean and not messy by choosing flowers in the same color family.
Props As Centerpieces:
Re-think the term “reception centerpiece” and incorporate decorative accessories (like the kind you would use to spruce up your pad) into your centerpieces. Sparkly spheres, old books, brilliant mercury glass pieces, even a decorative statue like this one can become the focal point of your tables.
An Eclectic Collection Of Vases:
Like the mix and matched wildflower look? Go with a monochromatic mix of vases in different shapes and sizes for your tables. Fill them with lots of colorful flowers for a pulled-together look.
Earth friendly and beautiful. The best part is that you and your guest can take them home and be reminded of your wedding day for years to come.
Wow your guests by setting up typewriters bursting with fresh blooms. The more unlikely the container, the better. Be adventurous when selecting the components of your centerpiece… try adding cacti! Don’t be put off by the prickles – cacti arranged in different sized vessels create an organic look that’s as beautiful as it is original. Juxtapose these barbed beauties with softer blossoms, like hydrangea or garden roses.
We hope you’ll be inspired to take more chances with your table decor and think outside the standard centerpiece box!