Post # 1
Let see your centerpeice ideas!
I’m not allowed candles at our venue so keeping with our theme of blue roses were doing a single blue rose floating in small square vases with little multi blue gems in the bottom. And then were sprinkling blue and white rose petals around them. This is the closest I could find to it but all in blue and our flowers are fake.
Post # 3
I think that will look lovely..I don’t have centerpiece ideas anymore.. My wedding was this past Sunday and this was my centerpieces.
Post # 4
This is my inspiration for my garden wedding… Obsessed with these. My FI is Dutch so we are using tulips as a tie in for his culture.
Post # 5
Beautiful! Because we have royal blue tablecloths I wanted to keep our centerpieces simple and low (our venue is quite dark and elaborate) and blue with lots of white.
Something like this:
Post # 6
I don’t have a picture to post just now, but we did cake centerpieces. Everyone loved them and we got to go around cutting the cake at each table!
Post # 7
Our dinner will be held in a gorgeous ballroom. Two long banquet tables under the archways, with three huge crystal chandeliers down the center of the room. I didn’t feel like we needed huge arrangements and I love the look of open roses in a vase. Always have. Lots of white roses with greenery, open in a large crystal vase. Probably 30 per vase, several per table – I haven’t figured out spacing yet. Boring, probably. : ) I just wanted something really simple and elegant that wouldn’t detract from the space.
Post # 8
I had these flower centerpieces on very tall glass vases.
@SugerPlum: awesome idea!!!!!
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2013 - Creek club at ion, SC
i dont know … i was sold on cake plates with useful items on them for the longest time and threw it out the window last night. I love the idea of cake centrepieces but my aunty is making a huge one and it just sounds like too much cake. I want balloons – but balloon really work better on banquet table and we got round ones. Mason jars seem too small…. i dnt know
Post # 10
Fairy-light willow branches in vases sitting on mirror plates with tealights surrounding.
Post # 11
Well, I had mine already. This is the cake table, but some of these were on our regular tables as well. There were only 8 tables at the wedding (we had 55 guests).
I bought square glass candle holders at the dollar store. I then painted the edges with purple acrylic paint. I topped it off with a clear layer of acrylic to seal it off. After it dried, I found little circular rhinestone stickers, applying 3 on top of the paint on each side of the candle holder (for a total of 12 stickers). I cut white tulle and tied ribbons below the paint.
I filled the interior with a small layer of glass gemstones (also available at your local dollar store). I added an artificial tealight candle, and voila.
We also had vases with artificial flowers on the tables, but none of the ones we used are in this picture.