Wedding Centrepieces for your reception

Wedding centrepieces can be budget friendly or extravagant as you like.Wedding Centrepieces

First you need to make some decisions about the wedding centrepiece ideas that you have;

  1. Minimalist or full impact?

Do you want a small wedding centrepiece, or do you want to create a full-on effect to really get that wow factor?

  1. Tall or small?

wedding centrepiecesDo you want low lying wedding centrepieces, or do you want to create some height with your table arrangements?  Just remember your Guests will want to see each other across the table.

  1. Floral or themed?

Are you having a themed wedding? Incorporate themed props into your wedding centrepiece.  Alternatively, a mixture of foliage is a fit for most themes.

Florals are always going to be a classic look for your wedding centrepiece.

  1. Illuminated Wedding Centrepieces

Candles and candelabras always look good as an accompaniment to a wedding centrepiece, but you could always use fairy lights or LED tealights – They are a lot safer, particularly if you are having little ones at your wedding.

  1. DIY, or employ someone else?wedding centrepieces

If you’ve got a creative mind, or are green fingered, it can be incredibly rewarding.  Remember, though, the preparation takes time, and depending on what style you have for your wedding centrepiece it could be time consuming for you to put together.  Also, you need to ensure that you have got access to your wedding venue the day before your wedding. You’re not going to want to be arranging them on your wedding day.

Sometimes it is easier, and less stressful to leave it to Suppliers……

For more help and advice on how you can put together the perfect wedding centrepieces, contact me

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