Post # 1
I’m a little lost on centerpieces. I have some ideas but I’m not sure how they’ll work together, and I don’t know how much variety in style and height we should have, like 1/3 really tall ones, 1/3 medium height, 1/3 low? How many different kinds of centerpieces are you doing, or are you doing one style/height for all tables??
Post # 3
We are doing two different heights. Here is my inspiration photo. This will be my taller centerpiece and the shorter one will almost be simlar to this without the bamboo. I perfer having different centerpieces for each table because it adds dimension to your setup. I would at least go with two different heights.
Post # 4
When I talked to a florist he suggested I divide the tables into thirds, like you said. I’m doing 24″ tower vases with pomanders on top, medium size arrangements of peonies and white iris, and then my low is just the same candleholder in different sizes. I don’t have a picture of my tall yet, but I’ll include my inspiration for the pomander, medium, and low.
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Post # 5
I did all the same height at all the tables.
Post # 8
We are doing 3 foot talls and then very low/flat/long ones. We didn’t want to do anything in between because it would make it difficult for people at the same table to talk across with a giant flower arrangement smack in the center of the table.
There are some awesome flower arrangements here (with lots of variety too): http://www.designsbyhemingway.com