Post # 1
I can’t decide if want completely different centerpieces, uniform centerpieces, or two or three different designs for centerpieces. <br />What’s your preference? (and if you’ve already had your wedding, would you care to post pictures?)
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Post # 3
I like tall and shortbut i think more than two different is too much. Just make sure its cohesive! 🙂
Post # 4
I am doing the same for all guests (aside from the tiny candle volitves may vary slightly ) on every table with slightly taller and more elaborate of the same thing on honor tables
Post # 5
It depends on the style you are going for. if you want a more vintage style or rustic I think it is nice to have several different styles. If your wedding is traditional ball I would do all the same.
Post # 6
heatherdanyel: All the options sound great. I ended up choosing all tall centerpieces and they all look the same except some have orchids cascading and others don’t.
Whatever option you choose will look great.
Post # 7
- Wedding: October 2015 - Hidden Acres
We’re having elements and flowers that repeat on each table but the floral holders are all different. I think it works well with our mismatched vintage garden party theme.
Post # 8
I had rectangular tables and they all had moss table runners with tin lanterns and flowers in tin buckets, but every other table had little shells/beach finds or uncut small gemstones (fishtank rocks, the gem mining place we got them at called them). So all the tables were both identical and just a little bit different. I can send you pics if you want, I just don’t want to post them.
Post # 9
heatherdanyel: I have to say thank you. I’ve been having such a hard time visualizing what I actually want for centerpieces. I’m going for a very breezy, relaxed, yet elegant look and I think mismatched is the way for me to go. This never crossed my mind. Thanks again!
Post # 10
heatherdanyel: Nearly everything at my wedding is “mismatched” from bridesmaids, to groomsmen, to bouquets, to centerpieces. I am a complete literary nerd, English Lit grad student, so I wanted to add some literary elements in an organic way. I have a collection of books that I will be using as part of our centerpieces. Each centerpiece will have a different book, a different frame with the table number, and a different tea pot on it. I have a collection of vintage books and some of the Penguin Classic hardcover editions that I’ll be using. Then each table with have candles and mismatched china. I don’t want any two tables to be the same 🙂
Post # 11
I was recently at a wedding where the bride had different center prices for all the tables and I loved it! She had been collecting the items for a little while. On our table we had two large green ceramics (one was a bird, the other an artichoke). But every table was different. My favorite were two wooden penguins. my wedding is 12/13/14 and I am now thinking I want to have two or three different centerpieces And mix them up (or organize them..) around the room. While my wedding and the one I mentioned are more casual, I did attend a very nice but fancy wedding earlier this year. They had beautiful floral centerpieces but I did notice that there were at least two different arrangements.
Post # 12
I’m doing mismatched, but with a “theme”- so I’ve beenn collecting old teacups, interesting ceramics, old books, lanterns, nice candleholders, etc. So each centrepiece will be different, but have kind of a “unified” theme, if that makes sense. All the tables will have the same table runners and numbers to kind of tie it all together.
Post # 13
My daughter had several different centerpieces. It looked great.
Post # 14
I am going for the vintage, rustic mismatched centerpieces. Just gathering things I find and will tie them all together once I have enough. I think it depends on the overall feel you want.
Post # 15
We are having three different styles of centerpieces spread throughout the 15-18 tables. One tall, one medium, one small.