Post # 1
Every centerpiece idea that I see I love – but on round tables. We’re having rectangular banquet tables at our venue and I just can’t come up with any ideas! Our colors are fern green and chocolate brown, but our linens will be champagne color (only option). We can purchase our own napkins if we want. I think I should probably do runners?
Also, FI’s family is big into antique pharmacy-related items (family of pharmacists) so I’d LOVE to use green/clear/brown antique bottles in the centerpieces, but I’m not sure how to incorporate them without them looking sparse or silly? Anyone seen anything done with bottles successfully?
If you’re bored and would be willing to post ideas, I’d really appreciate it!
Post # 3
Here’s some pics I found, even if they aren’t exactly what you were looking for you can use them as reference on how to lay things out.
Post # 4
I actually love the long tables, and think they are beautiful.
I also think they are more economical, you can place one large centerpiece at the middle, and do smaller ones & lots of candles the whole way down the table.
I googled “long reception tables” in google images and found a TON of inspiration. Not sure what your style is, but you might want to try that!
Post # 5
I’m so envious! I love long rectangle tables! They look great with smaller vessals holding different arrangements. You can keep it simple by doing one type of flower per bottle or do mini arrangements playing off each other. I love that rustic look. I would do a light colored flower in the green and brown bottles and use colored flowers in the clear bottles.