What’s Your Centerpiece Plan?
Most receptions have tables of some sort even if they are small areas for guests to set their drinks. Most wedding receptions will have round or long tables for guests to eat a nice meal. When it comes to decorating these tables with a centerpiece, do you have an idea as to what you like?
It is very easy to become overwhelmed when planning a wedding, but remember, it’s your day! If you want big elaborate floral decorations to liven up the reception hall, then go for it. But if you prefer to have the flowers be small and simple additions to the room, that can look just as nice.
Martha Stewart Wedding has a group of pages with white flower centerpieces. If you barely know your roses from your sunflowers, this is a good place to start to see what varieties of flower would suit you. Do you like the lacy look of Queen Anne’s Lace or do you prefer puffy blooms like the peony? Want to mix in some greenery, ferns or twigs? Want flowers with a powerful fragrance or smell-free? Tall vases or short? Are you thinking of going with the mason jars (everyone is doing it!) or something else?
Group flowers together in bouquets or separate them into their own little bunches. If you have the time – or know someone who would volunteer – do this yourself.
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