Post # 1
Hi ladies 🙂
I am faced with a little dilemma, I would love to have a flower centerpiece of some sort but the problem that I am facing is this, we are serving food family style (it’s going to be a traditional Asian wedding) so food will go in the center of the table and everyone will take their own portions. What can I do for a centerpiece besides tiny tea lights that is usually done and that won’t interfere with the food in the middle?
Thanks a bunch!
Post # 3
Will your tables have a lazy Susan? If so, you can still do a centerpiece in the middle, leaving enough room for the bowls and platters.
If it is a regular table, you can still have a traditional centerpiece if it is narrow- a branch with blossoms , perhaps?
An alternative would be to do small individual floral arrangements or potted plants or flowers above each place setting. They would need to be low enough that your guests can reach over them to serve themselves.
Here the mini centerpieces were placed on the plates. The guests can move them when it is time to eat.