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What will my guests stare at through dinner?

Wondering how to decide what centerpieces are best for your wedding? Well, we're here to help you! Below you will find some helpful tips and tricks!

What is your theme?

It's important to know what you want your wedding to look like. An easy way to maintain consistency on that vision is to decide on a certain theme. Which would you prefer? Rustic, modern, bling, traditional...the list goes on and on. Once you have your theme, it's easier to see what style of centerpiece will go with your tables.

What are your colors?

Another thing to keep in mind for your centerpieces is your wedding color palette. Once you have a color scheme, it makes it easier to pick the flowers and decor that will go with that.

What season are you getting married in?

Each season comes with fun options for your centerpieces. Getting married in the Fall? Pumpkins and dark colored flowers are an awesome way to embrace the season!

What else is going on your tables?

Will you have water glasses, wine glasses, full dinner ware, all different sizes of flatware, and napkins folded intricately? Or a clean setting of a menu folded into a linen napkin with a dinner fork and knife on top of a charger? This will most likely be determined based on if you're having a seated dinner or a buffet, but will be super important when you decide on what you're putting in the middle of the table. It's nice to have a full table, but you don't want it to be too busy.

What height would you like?

There are a lot of different options when it comes to height. You always want your guests to be able to talk with each other, so be sure to pick something that is low enough to see over, or tall enough to see under. A fun way to get the best of both worlds? Create a mixture of both for different tables.

Need more help?

Talk with a Wedding Planner or Event Designer :) we love to help clients pick out unique ideas for their big day!

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