Post # 1
So, I’ve gone back and forth with using tall cylinder vases and short square ones…both clear glass..and now I’m thinking of just using both and just having different on each table…
Anyone see this before? Do you think it will look okay??
Post # 3
Many brides do two or even three different centerpieces. Do what you like.
Post # 4
I like the look of different centerpieces. I say go for it.
Post # 5
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
I’ve seen this, and it works fine.
Post # 6
I think it will look great! It’s a little more visual interest than every table looking the same.. go for it!
Post # 7
There’s no problem with it at all. I’m not into everything being uniform, anyway.
Post # 8
I think what you want to do is way better than matchy, matchy, actually! Adds a lot of interest to what is otherwise a very repetitive decor.
Post # 9
I’m doing this! I think it gives the centerpieces a unique and personal touch!
Post # 10
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
We had a vareity of vases in a tablescape. Worked for us. A lot of brides have low centerpieces on half the tables and high on the other half, which is basically what you would end up with.
Post # 11
Thanks…yeah, I’m not a matchy matchy person…so why would I have matchy matchy tables.
I feel better now.
Post # 12
yup, totally go for it! I so get the matchy-matchy….I’ve been collecting all kinds of milk glass vases…different shaped clear glass ones will look really cool too!
Post # 13
We’re going to choose a unique centerpiece for each table (appx. 20 tables) and name the tables after them. “Ostrich table”, and “Clock table,” for instance.
There’s nothing wrong with mixing it up. Just let it reflect your style. 🙂