(Closed) Tablescape or centrepiece?

posted 4 years ago in Decor
Post # 2
1467 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

capitalbee:  I think either idea is awesome. I am personally a fan of your tablescape idea. If the floral arrangement is full, the table will look full. Also, consider how much space tableware will take up- my venue actually suggested I make my arrangements smaller so all the plates and whatnot would fit!

Post # 3
45545 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

capitalbee:  The hardest thing to do is to visualize something that isn’t there.

Do you have a party rental or linen rental place where you live? If yes, I suggest you go there, act like a potential customer and have them set up a banquet table with place settings and centerpieces like you are considering. It will help you with space planning.

If you don’t have access to such a business, fold a sheet to the proper dimensions on the floor and set it up with your own dishes, cutlery , stemware etc. Don’t forget to add the extras like salt and peppers, and butter dishes. Play with your tablescape elements until you get something you like. Keep in mind that odd numbers of vases and candles are usuallly easier on the eye than even numbers.

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