November 4, 2016


If you’re wanting to make an impression on your guests at your reception, a non-traditional centrepiece is an easy but effective way to wow. Be inspired by grand blooms, subtle and sweet arrangements and everything in between.


This grand centrepiece makes a statement without compromising on functionality – the tall glass vase makes it easy for your guests to see and chat to each other across the table.



For a low-key country wedding, we love this centrepiece - baby’s-breath or a similar delicate white flower in small different shaped jars wrapped with burlap and lace ribbons.



Reach for new heights with a tall arrangement in a large martini-look vase. The floral arrangement should start thicker at the bottom and narrow near the top.



Bring the outdoors in by adding wooden tree slices underneath your flowers. Small tins used to hold warm coloured arrangements will give your reception a rustic and homey feel.



To achieve whimsical fairy-tale vibes, this demure floral arrangement with candlestick holders screams, “Be our guest”.



Not every table should be relegated to having just one single centrepiece. We love this collection of bottles and jars of different shapes, heights and sizes to bring an eclectic feel to the table.



While the sparkling wine will surely be flowing at a garden reception, why not incorporate the high tea feel of your surroundings with daisy-filled teapot vases?



If you’re not one for flowers, or are conscious of allergy-prone guests, opt for a centrepiece that is both sinus and eco-friendly.



Beach weddings already have a low key atmosphere, and we love this table runner centrepiece featuring starfish and sea jewels to compliment it.



With the formal ceremony over, indulge your guests in a bit of fun with a jar filled with photo booth props. Extra points if each table has an Instax camera too!


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