Wedding Reception Table Decorations
Wedding reception table decorations may be a large spray that is set on a table that greets your guests as they arrive to your reception hall. Perhaps it is a small nosegay placed in the powder room . . .or the eye catching arrangement placed on the seating card table. Centerpieces for the middle of the dining tables are are going to be under close scrutiny of your guests. Here are some lovely arrangements to get you thinking about those decorations for YOUR reception areas.
A large arrangement like this would be a beautiful way to greet your guests into your reception hall. This could be a focal to stop and remind your guests to sign your guest book.
Several lily heads and buds are tucked into a pedestal bowl, giving a regal air to this table. If you are planning to make your own wedding flowers, be sure to order lilies to be delivered well in advance to allow time for the blooms to open. Lilies straight from the farm arrive very tight and closed.
This mixed arrangement of blue delphinium, white stock and red roses has an extra bonus of a lovely scent.
This sweet topiary of pink Gerbera daisies, pink roses and waxflower are a delightful compliment to any table!
A tight cluster of roses and waxflower creates a classic, simple look that is simply elegant at any function.
This rich looking floral is designed in an urn and placed in a ring of salal leaves.
>A single open rose within a cage of lemon grass can is beautiful for each place setting.
A hand-tie standing bouquet can utilize your bridesmaid's flowers by having them do double duty as centerpieces at the reception hall.
A cluster of Babies Breath is a simple arrangement that adds a sweet touch without expending a lot of your budget on flowers.
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