Wedding décor: Let’s talk centre piecesKylie Sciberras
A few rules we always keep in mind for wedding centrepieces:
• Make them work for your wedding – whether you use cherry blossom trees for your ceremony aisle decor and have them moved to the reception for centrepieces, or flowers that can be used on tall stands along the aisle for the ceremony and again in candelabras for your reception, we will always try to work with you to make sure you get the most out of your centrepieces.
• Don’t let them block the view. Guests should be able to see each other across the table without leaning, that’s why all of our centrepieces are at exactly the right height so your guest can see each other.
• Don’t be afraid to mix and match. For example, use cherry blossom trees mixed with candelabras or trumpet vases with fishbowl arrangements. Creating a high and low effect in the room with your centrepieces is a great way to get variety into the reception room and have a stand out wedding.