When it comes to anything wedding related, the bride, groom and the family of the couple wants nothing short of the best. And so, deciding on a centre piece is one of the main things the couple will have to consider.
Among the more common tips when choosing a centre piece is to make sure that it sticks with the theme and sticks to the colour. Apart from these simple guidelines, there are a few less than popular ones that could make a big difference to how your big day ends up looking.
Create a budget
Decide on how much you are willing to pay for each centrepiece before you place the order. It is always a good idea to look around and inquire into the prices so that you will be aware of the price range. Take into consideration the number of tables that will be set up at the location for the wedding and keep in mind that spending extravagantly is not the smartest option.
Seating arrangements and table space
There are quite a few eye catching centre pieces that look beautiful on display at the shop but appear nothing less than monstrous on the table. To avoid this, it is always a good idea to have the size of the table in mind when you choose your centrepiece, just to make sure that you don’t end up with an enormous decoration that will take away from the beauty of the hall.
Do they obstruct your guests view?
Keep in mind how many guests will be seated at each table and try to make certain that the centrepiece you choose will not be an obstruction instead of a beautiful decoration. Going for a smaller centre piece that stays within the borderlines of the theme, show your sense in style and taste. Therefore it Is not a bad idea to stay with something simple that complements the rest of the room beautifully.
Coordinate with the venue
And finally, you will need to coordinate with the venue to make sure that the piece that you choose will complement the overall look and set up of the hall. Some locations do not allow candles to be placed on the tables as part of the piece. It is best to speak to the manager of the location beforehand. This will again help you decide what kind of centrepiece will stand out without the added lighting
By looking into these small yet important areas, you can be sure that the final choice you make will be just beautiful.