Consider separate wedding centerpieces for each table. One table might have lots of flowers in shades of pink while another has flowers in yellow.
This is one way to make the wedding unique. A series of color coded wedding centerpieces can also make it easier for your guests to get back to their tables for each course after they’re done hitting the dance floor.
Each table can also have wedding flowers in varied heights. One might have a set of long stemmed roses while the next spills out with low to the ground salvia adorns another table.
This is also a chance to think about the kind of container you’re going to use to house the flower centerpieces. Make the bowls your own by spray painting them the colors you want in your wedding theme.
Gorgeous plum bowls or those with a hint of silver will delight the guests and create a pleasing tableau.
Flowers can also be interwoven with other natural materials. Make use of dark branches for a late autumn or winter wedding. Add ribbons for lots of interesting contrast.
If you’re getting married during the warmer months, bring in lots of greenery with small bushes. Cacti are another type of material you can add to your wedding if you’re holding in the southwest.
Place a candle in the middle of the bowl for a look that is elegant and shows off all details of the flowers you’re using for your day.
This is a chance to set the stage for your wedding reception. Flowers in the middle of the table offer a personal and lovely touch, so check out these wedding flower centerpieces for inspiration.