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Inspirational Table Centre Ideas for your Wedding

6 Jan 2015

​The choice of flowers for a reception makes a big impact on guests as they arrive for the wedding breakfast. Here we have put together a selection of our table centre designs to provide inspiration.

Goldfish Bowl Design


Goldfish bowls are a stylish and contemporary choice.


Here, large clear glass goldfish bowls with chunky church candles, fresh white roses and seasonal foliage create an elegant autumnal theme.

Low Table Centres 

Low table centre designs suit any setting and a few unique touches can add drama and depth to a room.


These country garden style flowers feature a seasonal summer mix including snapdragons, roses and lisianthus, loosely arranged for an informal effect.


Nightlights add romance to these low table centres in soft neutral tones.


Vintage vases and bottles make individual table centrepieces and can be filled with loosely arranged flowers and foliage.

Tall Table Centres


Tall candelabras and large hurricane vases, surrounded by a ring of flowers, can make striking table centres.


Twinkling night lights hang from this stunning arrangement.


Giant palm leaves were imported from Costa Rica to add drama to these beautiful displays.

Mixing Low and Tall

If the size of the room allows, a mix of low and tall arrangements can create a beautiful effect.


Low arrangements are often less costly than tall designs so using a combination can be a clever way of helping your overall budget and still creating real impact.


This romantic combination of larkspur, delphiniums, hydrangea, lisianthus and gypsophilia in delicate shades of pink and white is very effective in a marquee setting.


When considering using a mix of tall and low designs, we would suggest this works best when you have at least 7 guest table centres. You could then choose to have 4 tall designs to create a real wow factor across the room, and 3 low designs on the remaining tables.

If you have 6 guest tables or less we would usually recommend choosing just one tall or one low design to use across the room to unify all tables. 

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