You can have SO much fun thinking up and designing your wedding reception theme. If you have not introduced a strong theme at your ceremony, your reception and party is the place to let your personality shine through. Whether you want an elegant and timeless look, or a fun theme such as your favourite chick flick, why not go to town on table arrangements and leave your guests amazed!
Table arrangements do not have to be grand to be fabulous, using flowers that echo a wildflower theme, a more casual look can be achieved that is equally elegant. Use shorter and longer vases to add interest to the arrangements, and space them out along the tables to draw the eye the whole way through the room. Flowers created by Wedding Flowers Ireland.
A tall glass vase is an ideal option as guests can see through it to guests at the other side of the table, whilst the twigs add height and interest.
Decorative birdcages make ideal table centrepieces, especially when dressed with flowers or candles.
Floral arrangements created by Frog Prince Events, Dublin.
If you fancy combining wedding favours with table centres these opulent trees are made of foil wrapped chocolates! Created by JT Sweethings.
Choose you colour scheme and go for it!
You do not need to choose a varied colour scheme, by using one simple accent colour you can transform any room into a magical reception venue. Flowers created by Little Daisy Wedding Flowers, based in Dublin.
Tall and slim arrangements are ideal as they allow your guests to see everybody around their table! There is nothing worse than wanting to talk to someone across the table and having a large floral arrangement blocking your view! Hydrangea floral display created by Little Daisy Wedding Flowers.
This fab display is simple yet uber chic! Obviously drawing on the brides feminine side the perfume bottle is an unusual but beautiful touch.
Mixing vintage with rustic chic works amazingly well- think muted tones, flowers from the hedgerows and touches of pretty porcelain. Perfect!
If you want to go all out rustic this wooden candleholder would work well dressed with ivy. Created by Home’nStead.