Are you looking for Wedding flowers, inspiration & ideas for your special day? Look no more. Today we are sharing five different options you can use for centerpieces.
When designing floral arrangements and brainstorming about the size, we always keep the venue’s structure and overall design in mind. Centerpieces can be tall, short, wide, or narrow, but one thing we know for sure, fresh flowers in the middle of a table do translate into “wedding”.
Another thing it’s important to consider is the vases we are using. One rule we always have is not to block guests from seeing and talking to one another from across the table. Today we are sharing a few ideas with garden urns and modern ceramics, both combined with tapper candles in candelabras for a romantic, Old World vibe.
And of course, we always take in consideration the venue’s restrictions on open flames. Sometimes indoor event spaces require hurricanes to surround candles, and as you probably know by now, some historic venues forbid open flames, which means we have to use artificial candles.
One thing we know for sure, when designing flowers, we just have fun with it and always strive to enhance the couple’s own aesthetic and vision of their special day.
As always, one of our main focuses is to design centerpieces that are completely foam free. And speaking about foam free, if you want to know about this subject please don’t forget to follow No Floral Foam on Instagram.
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