Friday, 10 June 2011

Centrepiece Inspiration

In a time where everyone is having to watch their pennies i have been looking at some rather inexpensive and clever ways of creating a centrepiece

A great idea would be to use tree decorations, with an array of colours available there is no reason why this idea should be just limited to christmas weddings. Find some nice glass bowls, try looking in charity shops for inspiration, they often have some really nice glasswear or you could purchase it online at a very reasonable price.

How about books for an inexpensive and unusual idea, something a little different and they can be tied together with any colour ribbon to co-ordinate with your chosen theme.

Great for a beach theme, and fairly simple to put together, again using different coloured candles or sand to bring together your colour scheme.

what about using some wheat, great for a country wedding and again using different coloured ribbons to tie in with your colour scheme. An addition to this fruit used creativly around the base could give more impact

How about using lollypops for those with a sweet tooth
Another popular choice would be to use twigs in vases, these can be sprayed white or silver and depending on how creative you feel you could add decoration such as crystals or turn it into a wish tree by making co-ordinated cards with ribbons on, guest can then fill out a wish for the happy couple and later hang it on the branches. Certainly an alternative to a guest book.

Candles, classic and can be used in a variety of ways

Feathers can make a dramatic impact, again be imaginative with your colours

Finally i found this unusual centrepiece, ideal for a childs table perhaps or for a childrens party decoration

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