- 9 years ago
@beachside: Photo #1 feels a bit more wedding like laying the accent pieces on the side of the table if that is your intent draws from the purple hues from the vase, picture 2 you would have to add more decor to it to not make the table look to wide for such a small vase.
I don’t mind the idea of a purple accent, but don’t like something about that particular one. It looks kind of like they bunched up a napkin and stuck it under the vase.
Photo #1 does visually draw more attention to the centerpiece than to the width of the table.
I voted for #2, though, because to me it makes the centerpiece look more grounded or anchored, if that makes sense.
I’d wager that any plates/napkins/glasses/presence of humans at the table will more than balance out the wide tabletop.
I agree with the comments above. I think the vase needs to be grounded in some way, but the heavyness of the dark purple is too much. What about sitting the vase on a mirror.
Can you do both? Have the purple napkins drawing the eye out but also something underneath the vase to give it some oomph?
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