These days brides look for ways to spice up their decorations with wedding centerpieces. Some of them really dream big- tabletops that are overflowing with blooms and berries; candelabra dripping with ranunculus and roses and peonies as far as the naked eye can see. But there are weddings that may call for a more toned-down tabletop décor. Simplicity is not always synonymous with being boring. Having it less fussy can actually translate it into trendsetting. Centerpieces are some of the easiest and definitely effective ways to make it happen. Though traditional flower arrangements are still gorgeous, there are many other centerpieces alternatives that exist to amp up the wedding reception and make this once-in-a-lifetime celebration an extraordinary memory.
Be Inspired by the Season
Utilize the environment as your guide, especially when you want an outdoor wedding. During the fall season, think of the colorful leaves, the branches and the pumpkins. You can use the mini pumpkins as seating cards. Opt to be natural or artsy by spraying painting elements in gold or silver to make it striking and unique. When in winter, the small evergreens which are decorated with berries, or ornaments would surely be lovely. Consider hanging some escort cards on a beautiful Christmas tree to your guests would find their table assignments. Summertime would be perfect with glass containers filled with seashells, sand, and colored sea glass. This would be great for a beach wedding.