Post # 1
Originally we were thinking 9 tall centerpeices (branches) and 9 shorter centerpeices (floral) but now we are thinking of adding 3 candlebras to the mix– is this going to look odd.. same flowers on all of them?
Post # 3
i think it’ll look cool, long as everything jives… you wouldn’t want to do a gothic candleabra with country looking flowers, you know?
Post # 4
It would probably look fine as long as everything has some consistent element to pull it all together, maybe similar flower accents or ribbons, even having the same color will make sure they coordinate.
Post # 5
I think it will be great to have different centerpieces. As long as some common element ties them together (same flowers, as you mentioned). The tables will be coordinated without being copies of each other.
Post # 6
whens the last time you went some where and noticed the "centerpieces don’t match"…. ummm exactly! dont sweat the small stuff, have fun!
Post # 7
The last few weddings I’ve been to, the bride and groom alternated 2 different arrangements between the tables. All that counts is that the room looks nice. So if you think you got 3 versions of a centerpiece – and they all look nice – then go for it. Just make sure that there’s some sort of pattern when you decide which tables get which centerpiece. It’ll visually flow better to the eye.