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Dressing the wedding table



Tips for dressing the wedding table

The most important thing in dressing the wedding table is get the balance right. The meaning of that is make sure all the elements involved dressing the wedding table complement one another as oppose to compete on attention with each other.

When we look at the component that helps dressing the wedding table we include the table’s centre piece, the table decoration, the chair covers and sometimes hanging decoration.

You can find a lot of the decoration on a website such as Amazon and you can get family members to help out with some home made decoration.

The key in dressing the wedding table right is in the planning. You may have an idea of your table’s look but if you didn’t try it before, put the items and the material next to one another it may not look quite right as everything is in the details.

If you already have an idea of the colour theme of your wedding it makes everything a lot easier.

Starting with the centre piece, there are many styles to choose from. You might like the wishing tree centrepiece.

 

 

 

In 2015 there is a trend of going transparent and this can include a glass bowl as a centerpiece on a glass mirror plate. This can be filled with flowers, crystals, candles or a combination of them. 

 

 

 

The Shabby Chic bird cage centerpiece is also very popular and timeless.

 

 

 

 

In any case, you want to make sure the centrepiece is not too high and blocking the eye line of the guests sitting on the other side of the table or too low and unnoticeable.

Flowers can make a beautiful centre piece and using different colour scheme can make the centre piece either vibrant and eye catching, or stylish and classy. Ideally you want to communicate the tone you wish to have as a centre piece to the floweriest. The floweriest can match the flowers from the wedding ceremony to the wedding reception so it will all flow and lead to the centre piece.

An incrementally talented floweriest from Cheshire, which I will be happy to recommend, is Emma Fawcett – Eustace.

Candles are also a popular choice when it comes to the centrepiece. Candle light gives a romantic glow and an intimate atmosphere. They can be part for the overall decoration of the venue and will set the right tone for the speech or the cutting of the cake.

 

 

 

 

The centrepiece will look bare without finishing touch of confetti, in white or cream colour for a classic effect or in silver for a sparkly effect. Similarly diamonds like decoration will sparkle brightly especially around candles. In some wedding the table will be decorated with petals.

 

 

Wedding favours used to be handed out to guests when they were leaving however I have seen some people putting it on the table as part of the decoration. With this in mind you have just one more thing to add to matching it with the rest of the table.

For help with your wedding bands please call 0345 600 5557 and I will be happy to help you. Alternatively click on the image below and leave me a message.

 

 

 

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