Wedding specific ornaments and mostly the flower decorations are the absolute must of every beautiful wedding and vary depending on the style that you choose:
If you are fascinated by vintage weddings, if you choose to celebrate your wedding outdoors or if you want to give your celebration a rustic chic touch, what better way than to decorate the tables with natural logs or glass jars surrounded by rope, table runners in fabric made of sack or jute, and small white flowers and country branches. They will provide an informal and original touch while being very modern.
Typical of the “great bodorrios”, classic flower arrangements are based on large crystal centers overflowing with flowers. Tall vases are usually used, crowned by large groups of flowers and decorated branches, although they usually have the disadvantage that they obstruct the view of the guests and therefore limit communication at the table, reducing it to the diners who are next to each other. To solve this, the ideal is for the vase to be as narrow as possible or, failing that, completely transparent without letting the branches be seen.
Less is more is your motto… Ideal for those who flee from ornate tables or classic vases overflowing with flowers, lovers of minimalist weddings can always simplify to a minimum the arrangement of the centerpiece with candles and twigs or a few simple jars or cylindrical vases glass with few flowers. The best for these cases, white tulips and calla lilies. Simple and elegant.
If you are looking to go completely out of the ordinary, you can choose to replace the natural flower arrangements with other elements : from dry branches crowned with jewelery or candle lanterns to origami or origami flowers and the imagination is the key.
As the white king of the wedding decoration for obvious reasons, its presence in the flower arrangement of the tables can not go unnoticed. Although many times white flowers end up mixing with other colors, you can also choose to exclusively place white flowers. An elegant and harmonious option.
If monochrome white is too bland but you don’t like bright colors and you want to give your centerpieces a shabby chic touch, opt for pastel-toned flowers: with soft yellows, mint green, pale pink, or light mauves you will get a feminine and harmonious effect that invites conversation.
Fuchsias, Purples and violets
What do you definitely prefer the color? The bright pink and fuchsia can become your allies, since there are many kinds of flowers in that color. Bougainvilleas , orchids, roses or violets will delight your table. If you are into bright tones but you also want to satisfy the male audience, opt for violets and purples instead of fuchsias: elegant and intense, they will provide that point of color that you need for all tastes.
Complementary, Mixed & Unusual colors
If you prefer to mix colors, do it in moderation, as it must not be forgotten that it is a celebration with many guests. The most suitable mixes: pinks and yellows, colors that complement each other perfectly to give a mixed tone to your table without clashing. What do you want to highlight? Opt for bright colors on your tables and they will not go unnoticed. Blues, reds and oranges are less common and will add a different touch. And if you can’t find them in flowers, use them in feathers or tablecloths to add the touch.
Mixes go for you? If you want a cheerful wedding with an informal touch, combine several bright colors with each other and give vitality to your tables.
More plants than flowers
An equally elegant option is to give more prominence to the leaves than to the flower, to the stems than to the petals, opt for plants. Center your table on these elements and you will see how beautiful the result is.
Golds, yellows, mauves … In case you still want to continue looking at photos, we show you a collection of some special centerpieces for wedding decoration. Happy celebration!