Post # 1
I just can’t decide on a centerpiece its like I love everything. I was gonna make table chandeliers but its gonna come out to expensive to make 1 for every table. then I was gonna do this blinged out candle holder thing but that will be expensive as well. I love them all. I should have about 20 tables and I was thinking of doing five different centerpieces so four tables will have the same centerpiece.
Are any of you guys planning on having different centerpieces or have pics of a reception with different ceterpieces? I would love to see them or get some suggestions
Post # 3
I think it would be pretty. The weddings I have been to that have centerpieces (not all of them did) had something different on each table and it looked good. Plus I was reading an article in a bridal magazine awhile back that most wedding planners suggest doing this and are asked by brides to design it. If you can’t make up your mind on what you want, that’s a good way to go.
We’re planning to have something different on each table and haven’t gotten any weird looks or comments about it.
Post # 4
As long as they are along the same theme or tie together somehow, I think it will look great! It will help to break up the room and I think make it look nicer. Sometimes I get bored when everything looks identical on every table, if they are mis matched people will wander around to check out the rest of the tables.
Post # 5
I love mismatched centerpieces.
Post # 6
I think as long as they kinda “go together” it would look good!
Post # 7
Like the PPs said, as long as they aren’t completely different it would look great. I’m going to be doing a few different centerpieces on my tables but they will have similar themes.
Post # 8
I don’t have pictures but I’ve seen this done and it looks great. I think 4 or 5 different ones would work well too. As PPs said just make sure there is an overall theme.
Post # 9
I’ve seen it and it looks great, as long as they’re not extremely different.
Post # 10
I think they need to “GO” but don’t have to match. As long they aren’t on polar ends of style and formalty it will be fine.
Post # 11
thats how i didt, i had 10 tables did half and half, it looks original
Post # 12
It’s a great idea and I personally plan to do the same for my wedding too.
Post # 13
As long as it matches or goes with your theme yes thats great.
Post # 14
We are having ten tables and doing two different centrepieces. I love mismatched centrepieces – I say go for it!
Post # 15
Thanks, Bees…I would love to see pics
Post # 16
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I think different cps sounds really fun and appealing too. Did you have an idea of which 5 you were thinling of? Ive been contemplatibg the same kind of thing. Mine arent very formal but more emphasis on color and a wild flower garden type look. Ill see if I can get some pics up in a bit.