Post # 1
I like the volume of the faux cherry blossoms, but I wanted to incorporate my wedding colors of purple and green into the centerpiece, which is shown in the second photo. Which one would you choose?
This topic was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by aconnor82.
Post # 2
Can you mix them? I really like the first photo but I would add the orchids into it ( I LOVE orchids!)
Post # 3
I love the second one. It’s unexpected. I really like the hanging amaranthus and the burst of colors the orchids bring.
Post # 4
I voted for the 2nd but I agree with a PP, I would mix them!
Post # 5
I prefer the overall look of the first pic. I would simply substitute some purple flowers and include some greenery. Maybe it’s just the picture, but the second centerpiece looks a little bedraggled.
Post # 6
I like the second as well, because if it’s for centerpieces for the tables, the less full will allow light to flow through more. Depending on how big your reception room is, that is 🙂 BOTH are beautiful though!
Post # 7
Thanks – it would bump the price up $50 to combine them, so I want to choose. The second one seems sort of depressing to me, but I change my mind about these things daily! I asked for green amaranthus on my bridal bouqet and the girls will be carring green hydrandreas, purple stock, and yellow roses so I think the cherry blossoms (although beautiful) doesn’t really fit in anywhere, but definitely makes a bigger statement. It is hard to choose!
Post # 8
I prefer the fuller blossoms in the first picture.
Post # 9
I can’t really decide! Are you able to have half the tables with one centerpiece and half with the other?
Post # 10
mcp8011: Ooooo. Now thats an idea! I will look into that.
Post # 11
I would do half and half! I think that’s what PPs meant when suggesting you do “both” also. They are both beautiful!
Post # 12
definitely mix them! I like the fullness of the first one, but the colours and the hanging greenery of the 2nd one…
Post # 13
aconnor82: oh wow i love the first one! how much are you paying for that one if you don’t mind me asking?
Post # 14
Love the first! The second one is a little… Flaccid.
Post # 15
aconnor82: Are they both using faux flowers or only the cherry blossom one? I prefer real flowers x1000 to faux ones. That being said, the second one looks droopy. Maybe cut the hanging greens from the second one and add something inexpensive that can go up and out rather than out and down. (Maybe add some white stock?!)