Table centres are the focal point of any table design, and they reflect the theme and mood of your event.
Some of our favourite centrepieces are our gorgeous glass candelabras, and they are so versatile! Standing alone, or surrounded with flowers, we look at some of the different ways we have utilised these to suit our client’s theme over the years.
Here they are standing alone. They come with or without crystal drops but being a more is more kind of girl…I love them with.
One of our favourite ways to use them is with a glorious ball of florals perched in the centre. Flowers can be customised to suit your colour scheme, and the size can be adjusted depending on your budget.
The first image is from White Ivy Design, with rich reds and purple tulips exploding for the centre.
The third is also from White Ivy Design, with a simple Daisy ball surrounded with silver candles.
We also love the look of the candelabras “growing” from a base of flowers, and this is achieved with a floral wreath around the bottom.
If you like a plain look, they are gorgeous with tealight candles, as you can see from the below images.
If you want to be really creative, the limit is only your imagination!
If tea parties are your thing, you’ll love the last design! For a High Tea themed wedding, we created miniature floral arrangements in tiny tea cups and they perched where the candles usually go. You can see more of Cheryl & Brooke’s wedding here.
There it is – 1 centrepiece in 10 different ways!