Post # 1
HI Ladies – would love some feedback on this centerpiece – ranunculus in a vase, with 2 tall candles and tea lights all down the table. We have long 3.2meter tables that are really narrow.
Thanks In Advance
Post # 3
I think its cute, simple and classic=)
Post # 4
Simple and elegant. I like it!
Post # 5
Lovely and really elegant!!! I love ranunculus, just a beautiful flower. I would go with two tall candles the same height though, but that’s just me, I love symmetry 🙂
Post # 6
your tables are really long. i would personally put 3 of those arrangements on the tables. i think just one may look a little lonely on that long table. you will need something more than the tealights to anchor the left and right sides, even if the side ones are just a bit shorter.
or if you just want 1 centrepiece, the centrepiece should be shorter and longer to go with the direction of the table.
the other option is to have 7 small vases of single stems all the way down the centre of the table.
are you having runners?
Post # 7
@mypinkshoes: Completely agree – you took the words out of my mouth. 🙂
Post # 9
You may want to check with your venue to see if they allow tall taper candles.
Post # 10
I like your centerpieces. I think it would look great if you added a couple bud vases on either side with maybe a single white rose like these:
Post # 11
Well it’s okay, but kind of underwhelming. It looks like something I would have on my table at home ( the flowers anyway) for everyday. Also, the table cloth is very old fashioned and the vase isn’t which makes them look a little confused. I think it would be really nice of you could get some little white flowers (jasmine maybe?) and scatter them in a line around the tea lights all the way up the centre of the table.
I’m sorry of this hurts your feelings, but stringer trying to be honest.
Post # 12
I agree with the other gals. You may need a little more filler. Check out my wedding [post moderated for self promotion] i made paper flowers and votives to fill in the spaces between my vases (I used 8 ft. tables and had 3 vases on each.