Wedding Table Decoration
These guidelines will help you to choose wedding table decoration wisely:
1. Keep the size of the tables in mind
If you are using small tables with conversational groups of six or eight at each, you should keep the centerpieces correspondingly smaller. Use round tables. So, you will have less space to work with than with square ones, so keep shape in mind as well.
2. Mirrors can add impact
Put small square or round beveled mirrors that you can place under your floral arrangements or centerpieces to double their impact without making them larger. This increases their "presence" without taking up additional table space and adds light and sparkle to the room, especially if there are candles on the table or in the centerpiece. This is the most economical and romantic ways to add real "wow" to your centerpieces.
3. Avoid too much height
Don't put anything on the tables that will be at the same height as your guests heads - it will be an annoyance, no matter how beautiful they are!
4. Variety is the spice of life
Put the variety of flowers and also try varying the color balance as well - if you are having a fall wedding, try mostly oranges on one table and predominantly yellows on another.
5. You don't have to say it with flowers
Be creative - do you have a hobby or interest that you share with your spouse like signed baseballs, etc. As centerpieces, put them on reflective mirrors. They were great conversation starters!
6. Try framed photos
If you have assigned tables, indicate this with centerpiece photos such as "Table Four- Alex and Sisi in California" - and have a lovely framed photo of your vacation in USA as a centerpiece.