Centerpieces are the focal point of the reception tables; they’re how the theme and the colors are showcased and few people will decorate other parts of the room with anything other than fabric or flowers. Flowers might not be used at all because they add big time to the cost of decorating.
The centerpieces are usually where the wedding theme comes through and where the bride and groom will add a personal touch or a personal message for the guests. There are some things that you should always consider when picking your wedding table centerpiece.
Height: some people have really tall vases or candelabras at the center of the table and in certain locations, it can look breathtaking. The proportions of the room have a lot to do with the size of the centerpiece. If you’re having your reception in a high ceiling room then tall vases will look gorgeous, but if the proportions are that of an ordinary room, tall vases and candelabras will make the ceiling look even lower and make the room feel claustrophobic.
Shape: The shape of the table has a huge impact on the shape of the centerpiece. If you don’t have an idea what shape your tables will be; go for something that’s available in both circular, oval or rectangle shapes like fresh fruit arrangements or fruit bouquets; that way you can keep your options open and focus on other areas of the wedding arrangements.
Width: Some centerpieces end up being too wide for the guests to sit. Always make sure you have a rough idea of the dimensions of your table before you pick something out. If the tables are long, then the centerpieces shouldn’t be too wide or it will reduce sitting space.
Keeping these three things in mind will help you make the most of a simple centerpiece. The key to any well decorated table is a good balance.
unique centerpieces are key to making your wedding arrangements stand out; fresh fruit bouquets and fruit arrangements are one of the most popular wedding gifts and table centerpieces.