Post # 1
Hey Gals! I am in a little rut here with my centerpieces. I am going to have 12 round tables at my wedding. On 6 of the tables I have manzanita trees with hanging crystals and votive holders. On the other six I have three vases to put on each one that vary in size. I have 24″, 15″, and 10″ round vases that I am going to put in the middle of the table. For the taller vases, I bought 30″ orchid stems that I am going to submerge in water with a floating candle on the top. Does anyone have any advice as to what I could put in the other two vases??? I can’t think of anything. My colors are green and brown with accents of pink!
Post # 3
IT seems like the orchid stem would be pretty dramatic and you wouldn’t want the others to detract or distract from that. What about just filling them with water (and maybe some glass beads) and adding another floatng candle or maybe just a pillar candle with a ribbon around the vase in your colors? I’m not great with ideas so I’m sure other bees will have a better idea!
Post # 4
Thanks for the suggestion! I had thought about just filling the other two with water and another floating candle, but wasn’t sure if it would look too “incomplete”. I love all the fruit centerpieces and was thinking if I could use green apples somewhere in there? Or would it all just look too messy?