Thursday, November 6, 2008

Table Centerpiece

Every wedding is distinct and unique in its own way. A table centerpiece is a significant element on the wedding and plays a part in setting the right mood and party contibutes to the ambience of the wedding venue. Centerpieces can also cost you a good chunk of money.

A flower bouquet is the most common and classic centerpiece used to decorate tables on wedding receptions. You could have a tall or a short centerpiece. Always remember that the centerpiece should never come in the way of guests. I always recommend going with a medium centerpiece or having different centerpieces on each table tables. Consistency should be there in terms of colors but if you want to have a glass vase on one table and a candelabra on the other, it is absolutely fine. It will keep the guests entertained as they see variety around the room.

Branches can often be a cheaper alternative to flowers. You don't even have to buy branches. Be creative and go for a hike in a nearby park and you will find lots of different branches to work with.

If you need help you know you can always contact the team at Alberta EventDeco and we are more than happy to help you.

The curly willow branches in the photo (left) has orchids glued to them and carnations at the bottom. Its a classic and an elegant piece.

These are from Lifia & Alex’s bio on the Knot.

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