Post # 1
I love the idea of floral centerepices, but I am doing them all myself. I love the centerpiece below and think it would be easy enough to do, but I have some quick questions for you bees!
1) If we just have the one vase as the centerpiece with the table number, will the table look bare/boring or like it’s missing something? What else would we add to fill it out more?
2) we have a bunch of cylindrical vases with candles as well, and are thinking of doing half the tables with these centerpieces and half with the 3 level vases with candles in them and greenery around them. Will that look strange?
Thank you all in advance for your help!! If you have any other suggestions for centerpieces, I’d love to hear them!
Post # 2
Hmm picture isn’t showing up, bee <3
Post # 3
- Wedding: April 2016 - Tennessee
Sorry, I can’t see the pics either
Post # 4
megm1099 : Oh no! Does this one show?
Post # 5
schmayne : I can see that one, yes!!
I assume your tables are perfect circles? The symmetry of the centerpiece depends on that. If your tables are circular, I absolutely love three-level vase sets put together.
I do have an idea though. Why not put a single vase in the center, put a table number next to it, and wrap some ivy garland or something (nothing too bulky, depending on how big your tables are) around it, and put some fairy lights on the garland? I’ve always liked ivy garland for adding a floral effect, without overwhelming with actual color.
Honestly though, the minimalism effect is also very “in” right now, just as much as a lot of floral, so I don’t think you can go wrong 🙂
Post # 6
Our wedding was four years ago but I LOVED our centerpieces. Here they are.