Your ideal wedding table centrepiece will have some height, but not enough to interfere with guests' sight, and will scream of your personality. The aesthetics need to be combined with style, so use a centrepiece that allows guests to see and talk with each other and have space for eating and elbows. With careful selection, you can make cheap centrepieces look like a million bucks.
Glass bowls are a good template to start adding personal touches. Partially fill the bowl with water and add flower petals. Place floating candles around the petals to add flair. Incorporate the colour theme of your wedding. You could add sentimental items to the bowl, such as sand from a beach where the proposal was made. Avoid using scented candles at tables where food will be served. This will interfere with the fragrances of the food.
Floral centrepieces are made at many wedding and flower stores, but you can also make your own centrepieces that are cheap and beautiful. You will need a short glass vase, flowers and water. Floral centrepieces are usually filled densely with flowers. Stems are cut short and they almost overflow out of the glass vase they come in. A flower centrepiece is a good choice for a simple design. Fill the bowl with pink roses, if that flower or colour is a theme in your wedding.
A hurricane lamp is a choice for those who want to add personal items, due to the size of the lamp. A hurricane lamp has a perforated lid that helps protect it from wind, making it a popular choice for beach weddings. Add various seashells, some sand and a candle for a cheap and beautiful centrepiece. You can either pick shells from the beach yourself or buy a bag of them from a craft store.
Winter weddings provide plenty of options for a low-budget centrepiece. For example, branches can add a stylish look to your wedding. By taping or gluing pieces of other branches to a main branch, you can maximise an aesthetically pleasing flare effect. This centrepiece is particularly appealing for those who have a knack for crafts. Branches are placed together in a vase and stick out in various directions. Limit the number of branches you use for the most aesthetically pleasing centrepiece. Spray the branches white or silver for extra beauty. Tea lights can be hung from the branches.
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