Are you on the lookout for your wedding centrepieces? There are lots of options out there for your wedding table centres, below we have highlighted our top 10 wedding centrepieces for sale. These are just the containers, you could have a go at doing your own flowers for your tables or ask you florist to use the containers you supply, that way you could keep the flowers and vases after the wedding for your home or give them away as lovely gifts.
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Are you getting married in the winter? Have you chosen what style of winter wedding you are going for? Today we are looking at rustic winter woodland wedding ideas and decorations. This winter look is not at all Christmas inspired, so if perfect if you are getting married in the winter months or run p to Christmas but don’t want a Christmas inspired wedding.
We styled this table for a rustic winter woodland wedding, scroll down to see all the decorations and details we suggest.
If you are lucky enough to have wooden tables at your wedding venue a light muslin table runner can look lovely laid down the centre of the table. Lay moss, cinnamon and pine cones over the table for a woodland winter look. Tiny white bud vases can be dotted around the main centrepiece for extra florals and our chalky glass tea light holders tie in with this look too, on the table brown card table numbers work well with this look to show guests which table is which.
This week our wedding decoration of the week is our birch bark centrepiece container. This rectangular container is perfect for a rustic or woodland wedding. Being rectangular in shape the birch bark container is best suited to long tables. Fill the containers with rustic style natural looking flowers and line up the containers down the centre of long tables to beautiful centrepieces. For a rustic barn or teepee wedding we would also recommend using hessian table runners along the tables and adding in some of our wooden branch tea light holders to complete the look.
Are you planning a rustic woodland wedding? This post shows you how to make bark tea light holders and vases which would be perfect decorations for a rustic woodland wedding. You can of course buy pre-made bark tea light holders and bark vases but it is often more budget friendly (and fun!) to make them yourself. You can add your own finishing touches such as ribbon and twine and create vases in whatever size you want.
HOW TO MAKE BARK COVERED TEA LIGHT HOLDERS AND VASES
YOU WILL NEED
A jar or candle holder – to make a tea light holder you could use something like a small jam jar and for a small vase you could use a kilner jar or a drinking glass or larger vase.
1. Take a sheet of birch bark and soak in warm water for about 25 minutes until soft. This will stop the bark from splitting as you bend it.
2. Cut your sheet of bark into strips, this will vary depending on the size of the jar you are covering.
3. Wrap a strip around your jar. If one strip doesn’t wrap the whole way around you can use more strips to cover.
4. Using the twine, secure the bark around the jar and tie in a bow or leave as a knot for a more rustic look. You could use ribbon, bakers twine or lace instead of the twine depending on your wedding style.
5. Complete the look by adding a tea light or flowers to your tea light holder or vase.
Let us know if you found this useful, we’d love to hear from you if you have had a go at creating these, send us your photos!
Another way to use the bark sheets is to use them to present you button holes on. Perfect for a rustic wedding.
We love it when our couples send us their wedding photos, each and every one of our customers will use our decorations in their own individual way to create a wedding that is tailored to them and Anita and Claudia did just that.
Anita and Claudia were married at The Ferry House Inn in Kent. They wanted a wedding that reflected them both so that meant lots of colour, lots of personal touches and everything being vegan. If you are planning a wedding in a barn or with lots of bright colours browse through their photos to see how they used our rustic barn wedding decorations, don’t forget to pin your favourites!
Anita is Italian, and Claudia is Swiss-German, so everything (invites, menus, wedding website etc) was written in three different languages. They used our blackboard arrow signs to show guests where to sit for the wedding ceremony.
For their wedding favours Claudia and Anita chose our ‘Let The Love Grow’ wedding favour envelopes which were filled with seeds for their guests to plant. The envelopes and stickers are personalised with the name of the couple and wedding date.
The centrepieces were bright rustic flowers in a simple mason jar sitting on a rustic tree slice. We think these look fab in the barn setting.
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