By On Sep 16, 2018 Wedding Flowers
If you want to go the more traditional route, then you just have to include some candles. A tall centrepiece, with a long glass candle holder. Which has been adorned with flowers will look stunningly beautiful. An elegantly alternate option in this case would be to have a few fresh cut orchid stems, preferably of bright colours. This would add another level of impact to the overall effect of your visual presentation. You can also use potted orchids as centrepieces, which can then be given away as return gifts, an eminently practical solution to say the least.
Sight lines are frequently talked about by florists in relation to table centrepieces. Large centrepieces are fashionable, but they can block the view of guests, or prevent them from talking to each other across the table. New ways around this problem are continually being thought up, but tall arrangements in slim line vases, arrangements suspended from the ceiling, and flowers in clear containers are all popular options.
Though the beauty of flowers and other floral décor elements is almost unsurpassed, it is not this aspect that makes them so popular with wedding decorators. The true reason why they are so widespread in their use and function is the sheer versatility of flowers, they will go with and work with almost every theme and other design element. You want curtains? Hang some strings and make floral sheets of curtains. You want a lot of glass highlights at your wedding, then have hanging glass globes with some choice picked flowers that will give you exactly what you want with all the floral embellishments you could wish for.
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