Wedding costs can easily soar into the tens of thousands of dollars when you figure in the cost of the dress, reception venue and food, entertainment, transportation and decorations. If you're working with a limited budget and have decided to use wedding centrepieces made with artificial flowers to help cut costs, you can still achieve an elegant and dramatic wedding centrepiece without paying the price of using real flowers.
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Arrange your silk flowers in a vase as a wedding centrepiece. Decide if you want to use short or tall vases. Tall vases are ideal for long-stemmed and larger silk flowers such as tulips, lilies and roses, and create a more dramatic feel in the room. If you use glass vases, put water in them to create a more authentic look for your artificial flower centrepiece, or add clear marbles.
Fill glass bowls with water and put floating artificial flowers in them as wedding centrepieces. These artificial flowers are made without the stem so they can float. Put a single flower in a bowl or multiple flowers. Choose silk flowers in your wedding colour scheme and put them inside bowls on your wedding reception dining tables, favour table or anywhere else you want to use a centrepiece.
Couple artificial flowers with square or round mirrors. Place flowers in vases and bowls on top of the mirrors or try scattering silk rose petals around them. Place candles in votives on the mirrors and scatter flower petals on the mirror and throughout the centre of the table.
Arrange artificial flowers around candelabrum as your wedding centrepiece. If the candelabrum is short, put silk flowers at the base of it. If you have chosen a tall candelabrum, arrange your artificial flowers along the base as well as the tall stem to create a dramatic effect.
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