September 14, 2021
Once the wedding ceremony has ended, many couples host a reception party afterwards. Your reception is the perfect opportunity to celebrate with those closest to you. Family and friends alike can mingle, eat and maybe even dance as they celebrate you and your partner.
With planning a reception comes many details such as caterer, bartender, seating charts, DJ and much more! One of the important details are your reception tables– specifically how you want to decorate them. Your centerpieces will be the focal point of the table.
Maybe you are looking to have long family-style tables, rounds, or even a mix of the two. We have lots of ideas to help you design the wedding centerpiece that suits your very own aesthetic.
Looking for a unique way to display your floral, with a bit of added interest? You can create a combination of short arrangements paired with tall pillar arrangements.
Keeping the color scheme simple, dusty pink and gold are incorporated throughout the table setting. From the roses to the candle sticks this wedding centerpiece accentuates the table linens and napkins.
When utilizing family-style tables for your wedding you can opt for a table runner as your centerpiece. Dress up the center of the table with lush greenery and various candle heights for an elegant look.
There is nothing more romantic than having plenty of blooms as your wedding centerpiece. In fact, an entire garland of blooms draping over the table is an absolutely captivating and gorgeous centerpiece.
We love this elevated greenery centerpiece but what we love even more– the black tapers. By simply swapping traditional white tapers for colorful ones can truly make your wedding centerpiece stand out.
Looking for a fun and creative way to add texture to your centerpieces? Consider displaying tall centerpieces and add all the pampas grass.
This color combination of pink and teal is phenomenal. Pairing the pink peony floral arrangements to the teal tapers is a beautiful way to make your wedding centerpiece bright and cheerful.
You can opt for a more modern and minimalist look with an arrangement of various white blooms and some greenery paired with white tapers.
A floral centerpiece is totally classic, but you can add an organic twist to it. Ask your florist to add in some longer, overflowing stems to your arrangement for a more organic look.
If you really want to make a statement, add some citrus to the table. Mixing whole and cut citrus with votives and floral arrangements created a beautiful bright wedding centerpiece.
No matter what stage of planning you are in, we’d love to talk with you more about how we can make your dreams come true! CONTACT US