Many couples often struggle to decide on what table centrepieces to choose for their wedding day. So, what should you think about when choosing your centrepieces? Here’s a mini guide to get you started
Marquees are easy to personalise and when thinking about table designs, consider the height of the marquee or venue. You want the table decor to be sociable; Something that still enables guests to talk across the table without any obstruction at all. If the available space is big and tall opting for a tall centrepiece like transparent vases or something slimline is a great option, bearing in mind that the bulk of the arrangement needs to sit above head height.
How many guests are attending? Do you have many tables? You could try using two complimenting centrepiece designs to add depth to your styling – perhaps half could be florals and the other half could be more focused on candlelight using tealights for the smaller centrepieces.
Once you’re happy with your designs, you will need to complete them with table numbers/names.
There are a ton of different ways for couples to number their tables so try to pick something subtle that works with the table centre as an added feature as opposed to the table number or name competing for attention.
Lastly, if you are wanting to incorporate a colour scheme in the décor, be sure to choose colours that either complement each other well, or be bold and use colours that truly stand out. Table cloths are available in all colours and used well can get people talking!