Wedding centrepiece inspiration
Aside from the happy couple, there is only one other element of the wedding day that takes centre stage and that is of course the centrepieces. Table décor is one way to really wow your guests whether you use all your budget on them or make some super special DIY do’s. Either way this is an area of your wedding where you can really go all out and have some fun, choosing a theme and setting a tone that will be long remembered after the flowers have wilted. Here are some wedding centre piece ideas to get you going:
All Booked Up
Old books piled up are not simply cost effective but effective full stop. Depending how it’s done it can give an old vintage feel or an elegant Jane Austin era extravaganza. This is an opportunity to bring in famous love poetry in a not so subtle way, creating a gentle and romantic atmosphere. And who needs reminders of Belle from Beauty and the Beast’s fairy tale library – with this centrepiece it will be you who is Belle of the Ball!
The Modern Look
Create your very own oasis of greenery and flowers at your wedding by grouping together all types of succulents with colourful flowers for a clean and green effect. This look is gorgeous and very modern.
Let It Glow
There are so many forms of light to brighten the night. Starting with the classic and famously romantic candle, get them in all shapes forms and colours to give some depth to your centrepiece. Ranging to dainty and delicate fairy lights that can be draped over any form of wood or greenery on the table.
Wood’nt It Be Nice
Wooden chunks, blocks or serving boards create a natural yet elegant feel and are also extremely practical. Add them to your centrepieces on their own, using raw tree trunk blocks, or make use of some polished wooden boards as a holder for other objects or even the food.
Classic and Clean
How about some greenery going across your table with some added candles or even flowers, this is modern, beautiful and simply classy. The choice of colour flower is yours and the effect is magical.
Flowers are the most traditional centre pieces used at weddings and for good reason! They are pretty, smell lovely, and can be made to tie in with the colour scheme of the flowers that the bridesmaids and bride will be carrying, keeping a consistent theme. You can even take a note out of Meghan and Harry’s book and donate your big bunches to a charitable cause after your big day – spreading the love and happiness far and wide.
Hang Disposable Lanterns
Hang colourful lanterns around your wedding venue. This is fun, eye catching, exciting and certainly unique. This is also a cost effective way of creating a beautiful hall.
Dance Floor Centrepiece
Wow your guests with a floral arrangement hanging over the dance floor and tie it together with a checked dance floor.
We hope your centrepieces are as eye catching as you were to each other upon meeting and that they set a wonderful tone on the very special wedding day.