Your question: Can wedding centerpieces be different?

Nope! In fact, we love the varied look that non-matching centerpieces create in a venue. There are a lot of options for mixing up your centerpiece game. Using an assortment of tall and short arrangements is a great place to start.

How do I choose a wedding centerpiece?

How To Choose Your Event Centerpieces

  1. Forget trends. I recommend this to all my brides with most aspects of their wedding. …
  2. Think of the season. Once you have a general idea of your theme and look, consider the season of your wedding date. …
  3. Consider eye contact. …
  4. Research rentals. …
  5. Talk to your planner.

Does my bouquet have to match my wedding colors?

Do my flowers have to match my wedding colors? A: Nope! … Try picking a neutral color to accent your more prominent hues—this will keep things feeling like they go together.

Where should centerpiece be placed on a table?

For banquet seating where you have very long tables or tables that are connected end to end, place a centerpiece in the middle of every six place settings, not counting chairs at the heads of tables. Centerpieces need to be medium- to large-sized ones (20 to 24 inches or more).

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How far in advance can I make centerpieces?

Centerpieces can be created two days out. Plan for two to three hours for fifteen centerpieces, with two people working. Bouquets should be made the day before. Allowing for inexperience, allot forty-five minutes to an hour for a bridal bouquet, and about half that time for each attendant bouquet.

How long should table centerpieces be?

For a high centerpiece, avoid overly extravagant designs. The overall height of a tall arrangement should be at least 18 inches so there is no interruption of eye-to-eye contact among guests.

How much should you spend on flowers for wedding?

According to our friends at, the average cost of wedding flowers in the U.S. is around $1,500 for small to medium size weddings and up to $5,000+ for large weddings. Whatever your wedding budget is, it is safe to start with 8-10% of your total budget dedicated to the florals.

How many different centerpieces are needed for a wedding?

Your florist can suggest some decor accessories that will complement your blooms. Stick to three or four arrangements with repeating elements (or flowers) so the look stays cohesive. Lastly, work with your florist to make sure the arrangements match both the proportions of the room and the shape of the tables.

How many tables should I have at my wedding?

Typically, if you are serving buffet style, with lines moving along both sides, you will need two 8 foot table per 100 people.

How many people can be at a wedding table?

Typically, tables can seat between 8 and 12 people each. For friends/couples, try and mix people from both the bride and grooms side together.

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