If you are planning an autumn wedding or any other big event, you will want to make the event beautiful and memorable. The right autumn centrepiece on each table has the power to transform the room. Here are some great ideas to spruce up the décor while sticking to the seasonal theme.
Autumn flowers, foliage and various seasonal accessories can be used to create wreaths. All you need is a base for the wreath so that you can insert or attach all of the plant material and decorations. You can use a floral foam ring or, if you don’t need to keep your flowers hydrated, you can use a basic wire wreath frame. When choosing blooms, foliage and decorations, it’s good to remember the seasonal theme. Popular colours include orange, dark yellow, dark green and brown. You can also add off-white accents or even some gold here and there.
In many cases, centrepieces are kept smaller so that they don’t obstruct the view across the table. However, you can also use pedestals to elevate flower arrangements for the same reason. When using a pedestal, look for those that also act as candleholders. In the centre, you can place your arrangement. These arrangements usually require the use of floral foam and, if possible, it’s a lovely touch to have some flowers and foliage cascading down. Again, remember to use colours that suit the season.
Dried plant material is popular for autumn floral displays and sticks are one of the top choices. If you like, you can create your very own twig trees for each table. You can also add some orchids or similar lightweight blooms to add colour without proving too heavy. You don’t need a lot of flowers since this autumn centrepiece should embrace this season.
Of course, let’s not forget that you can also opt for something a bit more conventional if you prefer. This type of autumn centrepiece will include one or more types of autumn flowers and it may also include dark green foliage, dried accessories and even seasonal vase fillers.
Remember, you can display a different autumn centrepiece on each table or you can keep the displays the same if you prefer. It really comes down to personal preference and the overall look that you want to create.