An immaculately set up wedding breakfast room can look simply breath-taking. After the white linen and chair covers, the wedding table centrepieces are the most important aspect to your wedding day venue decor. It’s a good idea to start thinking about this as early as possible, especially if you want to create something more personal and unique to you and your special day. The traditional candle and flower wedding centre pieces can look beautiful, especially with a modern twist. For centre pieces that are a talking point amongst your guests, follow these tips for table decorations that are out of this world.
One quirky wedding centre piece idea that we love is to fill a bell jar with a variety of items that display the table number. This could be dominoes, cards, dice or anything at all that displays the right number. This is an eclectic and fun way to display your table number which really gives a magical feel to your tables. This would fit in perfectly with wedding where a magician is the chosen entertainment for the evening. You could tailor the contents of the jar to your day and fill it with items that are associated with your honeymoon destination, or that remind you of some of your first dates or favourite things.
Nautical themed wedding table centre pieces can be great fun to create too, and can be inexpensive. All you need is a square dish, some sand, three glasses of varying sizes, some pebbles and some small floating candles. Finish the look off with some star-fish or other maritime decorations and you have a stylish and elegant centre piece that won’t have cost the earth. You could easily theme this centre piece idea to your honeymoon destination as well, or to countries that you have or would like to visit with each other.
If you are having a more laid back wedding breakfast, or just love all things vintage you could fill retro style jugs or vases with flowers of your choice. Surround the jugs with mis-matched antique looking items that you could easily pick up at a local charity shop or car boot sale. Keep your eye out for anything at all that could be used for a potential wedding table centrepieces theme. The day is all about you, so make sure every aspect of the decoration from top to bottom is personalised down to the last little fairy light! We’ve photographed all kinds of different weddings with themes ranging from the traditional to the extreme. We’ve seen a great deal of different wedding decorations over the years so feel free to ask for tips and advice when choosing your wedding table centrepieces.