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Your wedding day is chalk-full of moving parts, and centerpieces are something that can be chosen and forgotten about months in advance. Take the time early on to consider what you like, designate someone to bring your vision together, and free up your mind for more pressing matters.
Keeping your colors consistent with your color scheme will help to foster a feeling of cohesion and unity. Don’t be afraid to find pops of color to liven everything up though. Adding a complimentary color or a shade, black or white, will accentuate your color scheme while keeping things interesting. Suggestions for colors and items by the season are included in “Items.”
Once you’ve decided on your color scheme and accent colors, think about what you want at your guest’s tables. The space available is the only limit to your creativity, so do your research and scour Pinterest! The season your wedding is taking place in, venue, and personal interests should all be considered when creating your centerpieces. Common seasonal options include: gourds and warm toned floral accents for fall, fake snow/glitter and harsh contrasts for winter, lanterns and soft pastel florals for spring, or fruits and bright colorful florals for summer. Your venue, be it a park, church, or event space, has a lot of character. Consider what drew you to choosing your venue and try to highlight some of those in your centerpiece. Lastly, your personal interests will make for the most unique-to-you accents to your wedding you could have. Do you have a favorite game to play with your fiance? An activity you two do together? Any passions in common at all? Find a place for some of it in your centerpiece. Scrabble pieces, some accenting camping gear, or old hardcover books make everything feel beautifully representative of you and your partner’s relationship.
Keep an open mind while choosing your colors, accents, and items, once you see everything together you may fall in love with something you initially couldn’t imagine being at your wedding guest tables.
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