Wedding centerpieces are a great way to pull together the decor at your wedding. They will give visual interest to the tables at your reception and will add to the mood. The possibilities are endless and you do not have to have a huge budget to achieve an amazing result.The specific wedding centerpieces you choose will help set the theme for your special day. Some popular centerpiece types include: candle centerpieces, flower centerpieces, feather centerpieces, tall or short centerpieces and submerged centerpieces.
Combining Fruit and Flowers is a fresh way to decorate your reception hall. These elements are a great way to bring vibrant color into your decor theme. Fruit is typically arranged at the base or submerged in water in a clear vase. The flowers are then used to top these bold arrangements making a colorful display. Try using fruit in its full form or you can slice it for an entirely different effect. Any way you slice it these arrangements always look amazing!
Candle centerpieces are popular, lighting the candles at each table will set a kind of mood for your guests. The ambiance is truly a romantic one that keep your guests in great spirits.
Flower centerpieces are among the most common. You can customize them by choosing the color and flower type that suits your wedding theme. Flower centerpieces come in all different shapes and sizes and can be used to make submerged centerpieces.
Feather centerpieces seem to be all the rage right now. A more economical choice than some flowers, feathers can provide a different more extravagant feel for your big day. They work best for taller arrangements so be sure to use a tall, slender vase. This will group them tightly at the base, and will allow the fluffy plumes to spray outward. You can use feathers alone, or incorporate them with some florals to freshen up the look.
Depending on the look you are going for, any wedding centerpiece can be made to be tall or short. Tall centerpieces, while tending to be more glamorous can sometimes prevent your guests from seeing each other while sitting at their table.
Submerged centerpieces are extremely popular as well. Water adds an interesting element of depth to your decor which reflects the light from candles in a beautiful way. Usually it is flowers that are submerged but stones, greens, and fruit can easily be added to create a unique design.
Lastly, couples are trending towards a vintage modern look. By using recycled vessels like vintage tins for vases or mason jars you can create a vintage feel with a sophisticated twist. Not only do you look creative you are also making a GREEN statement. Table place card holders, take away gifts and more can be personalized as well, you just have to think outside of the box … almost anything can work.