Post # 1
I am having a problem choosing my favourite centerpiece style. My theme is blush pink, silver and white and I wanted to mix it up with high and low centerpieces. But I have 2 high centerpieces that I love, and cant decide which to go with…. or should I have all 3? There are 20 tables total and it is indoor. Help me! 🙂
High centerpiece 1 (ignore the gold embellishments- they will be silver)
High centerpiece 2
Low centerpice (ignore the gold it will be silver)
Post # 2
TobeMrsD: I voted low. I’m just not a fan of high centerpieces. I think they’re obstructive and prevent conversations across the table
Post # 3
I like the low best. The high ones look like…I don’t know, too much? My florist suggested either higher or lower than your elbow on the table and arm raised so that it’s not blocking your view of other guests. I think you’re high ones are definitely higher than that..I just prefer the low ones 🙂
Post # 4
TobeMrsD: I voted the low centrepiece alone. My main reasoning is because when you get tall cetrepieces, your guests have to stuggle to look around them just to talk to one another. I do like the shortest one the best and than I would say High Centrepiece #1.
Post # 5
I love the low centerpiece too! So pretty 🙂 Reminds me of a field of flowers.
Post # 6
I love the drama of the tall center pieces! I voted all three! Mix and match! The more flowers the merrier! And the center pieces aren’t that thick that you can’t see everyone and that one is clear! Get what you love!
Post # 7
I prefer low centerpieces, but if you want to mix it up the first tall centerpiece is the only one that would work for me. The clear vase allows guests to see across the table. The second tall version would obstruct conversation.
Post # 8
I really like doing a tall centerpeice and a low centerpiece. I really like hte second tall one. It’s a little different. The first one is really typical. I like how the second one is more unique.
Post # 9
I LOVE the first high one, but for all practical purposes, I would go low. High looks really beautiful in photos but aren’t so great for guests at your table.
Post # 10
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
I would use the low centerpieces on the tables where guests will be sitting, and the high artrangements on other tables (favors, place cards, guestbook, etc.).
Post # 11
I voted for the low one. High centerpieces on round tables make it hard to talk to people across from you. By The Way, Mrs. Kennedy switched to low centerpieces for state dinners for that reason!
Post # 12
znowbird22: thank you I was thinking the same 🙂 its a ballroom wedding theme and I want it to be dramatic
Post # 13
MichiganGirl24: Skittles131: Mez03: spydezra: julies1949: jenilynevette: lovekiss: Mrs.Sawyertobe: thanks bees! Really appreciate your comments. Its so hard for me to pick because I love high centerpieces. But the conversation point for guests is definitely something to consider. Maybe I could have a variety of low ones. I dont want them to be all the same since I have a lot of tables.
Post # 14
stargurl101: i totally agree thats what I thought its unique. The first one is really classic and typical. Im going for a regal look so I love the elegant candles 🙂
Post # 15
The low centerpiece seems so romantic and unique. I have seen the first one done a TON and the second oen just looks kind of off…