As your guests find their way to the tables you have so carefully dressed and set, you want to give them something interesting, beautiful, unusual and unique to look at as they enjoy their meal. Here are a few fabulous centerpiece ideas to get you started.
This is a great way to show off your engagement pictures, photos of loved ones who coulld not be with you for your special day, or vintage photos of family and friends.
Photo Centerpiece How-To...
Disassemble three like-sized frames,
setting aside their fronts and discarding their backings. Paint or stain
wooden frames desired color; let dry. Upload or scan photographs into a
computer. With editing software, make the images black and white, and
resize them to fit your frames. Print them onto vellum paper with an
ink-jet printer. Slip the images into the frames. Using cloth tape,
hinge frames together to form a triangle. Stand frames around a candle
in a protective glass holder.
I love this little wishing tree from Twig and Thistle. The red bird theme would be so unique for a wedding.
Give the tables a natural feeling with a centerpiece like this twig and tulip combination. Easy on your budget, and so simply beautiful at the same time. Can you say BONUS?! Honestly, these could not cost more than $10.00 to make!
Go Bold with your theme! This is probably the best advice I can give you. Put your imagination to work, or hire someone who will. Give your guests a treat by filling the tables with fun, creative little venues that show of your perfect theme, love birds, travel, vintage...whatever that mey be, play it up and go big.
No matter what the size of your wedding, your guest tables are a huge part of the party decor, use these horizontal surfaces to really make your wedding shine, and let your unique personalities take the stage.