This week our wedding decorations of the week are our mint green birdcage wedding centrepieces. These birdcages make unusual centrepieces and can look really beautiful in the centre of your guest tables. They are perfect for spring and summer weddings, this fresh mint green colour will really brighten up your tables. The birdcages can be used with church candles inside and keep them simple or for a larger statement have your florist create a floral ring around the base. The birdcages have a lovely foot to give them some height but if you would prefer more height try placing them on a stack of vintage books or wooden tree slices depending on your wedding style.
The footed birdcage is made from metal with a distressed mint green / verdigris finish. Place a pillar candle within the birdcage or a small floral display depending on your style and place in the centre of your wedding guest tables.
The wire mesh cage can be removed to insert your candle or flowers.
Each birdcage has a pretty bird sitting on the top.
The footed birdcage measures 43cm tall including the foot x 17cm diameter (area for candles to sit)
Summer is nearly over, which means Autumn is just around the corner. I think Autumn is a beautiful time of the year to tie the knot. Golden leaves, earthy colour palettes and pumpkins are just the start of it! Take a look at our favourite Autumn wedding centrepieces…
A simple floral centrepiece is always going to look divine. If you want your Autumn wedding centrepieces to look chic yet feminine, this is the perfect choice. A metallic vase full of Autumnal flowers will add a splash of colour to your tables, especially if you’ve got a matching table runner. Burgundy red and soft peach shades mixed with greenery will evoke a seasonal feel to your reception.
Looking for something a little more dramatic? Use darker shades such as deep red, purple or navy to create a vivid centrepiece with maximum impact! Tall candles in metallic candle holders will add to the drama, while creating a beautiful warm glow. These Autumn wedding centrepieces are perfect for a historic castle or medieval wedding venue!
Exposed wooden tables look wonderful at Autumn weddings, especially if you’re planning a rustic affair. If you’ve opted for a similar table style, you won’t need anything too much in terms of centrepieces. Compliment your tables with simple vases with a few Autumnal blooms – a few sprigs of foliage with a dahlia or two is all you need. Your wedding florist will be able to guide you in the right direction. If you’ve got long banquet tables, you could line foliage along the centre for some extra greenery. Add a few red or brown flowers for a pop of seasonal colour.
As you know, we are huge fan of using tree slices at The Wedding of my Dreams, so we just had to include them in our Autumn wedding centrepieces! A wooden tree slice is perfect for an Autumn wedding as it gives a nod towards the earthy, organic and rustic feel of the season. Decorate the tree slices with your table numbers, a few jam jars full of flowers and a couple of tea-lights. Simple, yet seriously effective!
Planning a glittering Autumn wedding full of glamour? Brides and grooms often think glitter needs to be saved for the festive season, but we love the thought of using bronze, copper and gold accents throughout an Autumn wedding. Tall golden candelabra will look truly magnificent as part of your wedding table centrepieces. Opt for floral shades that compliment gold, such as luxurious red or forest green. Alternatively, use tall scented candles that evoke beautiful Autumnal fragrances!
There are two colours that are simply made for this season. Bright reds and pumpkin orange are the perfect colour palette for your Autumn affair, so why not use them as the main shades for your Autumn wedding centrepieces?
Pumpkins are a must-have when it comes to Autumn wedding centrepieces – particularly if you’re planning a Halloween theme! Nestle small pumpkins, squash and gourds in greenery and foliage along long trestle tables. If you’ve opted for round tables, create a circular centrepiece using a tree slice, greenery and a pumpkin. You could even use the pumpkins as your wedding table numbers!
Want to include pumpkins in your table centrepieces, but love the idea of pastels? Fear not, you don’t have to stick to a traditional Autumn colour scheme. If you love pale pink, lilac and mint then you can easily incorporate it into your reception tables. Opt for a white pumpkin, and fill it with pretty blooms that match your colour palette. This is such a pretty, alternative idea.
Lanterns are a really lovely way of creating a warm welcoming atmosphere for your guests and they’re perfect for Autumn. You can use them on their own as table centrepieces, but they also look fab with jars of flowers and a wooden tree slice. If you’re planning an outdoor celebration, then this is a wonderful option for your reception tables!
I love the idea of incorporating nature into your Autumn wedding centrepieces. Burnt orange leaves, berries and pumpkins provide the perfect ingredients for a woodland style wedding table. Burn tall brown candles amongst handfuls of greenery and leaves – your wedding table will look enchanting!
This week our wedding decorations of the week are our hammered gold metal bowls, these bowls make the loveliest wedding centrepieces. Just perfect for adding a touch of gold to your wedding decor.
The gold metal bowls look beautiful as vases filled with blooms to tie in with your wedding style. Use them as centrepices for your guest tables or as decorations around your venue. Flowers on your guest book signing table or near your table plan can look lovely in these vases too.
Please note the large and small hammered gold bowls are not the exact same shade of gold but complement each other very well.
For centrepices, ask your florist to create a pretty floral arrangement within the bowl and place in the centre of your guest tables, for a larger centrepiece we suggest adding a couple of the smaller bowls for a grouping of 3.
For your top table you could place 6 – 8 of these bowls along the front of the table, with small bowls and gold candlesticks as well.
The smaller bowls can also be used as candle holders, just place a tea light inside them.
This week our wedding decoration of the week is our pink and gold vase. If you have chosen pink and gold as your wedding colours you will love these vases. The vase is so pretty and we have matching tea lights available too! Perhaps your wedding isn’t pink and gold but you love the vases, how about for your hen party decorations?
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