for Ms. Cota's reception centerpieces
the nude colors, natural elements and rustic arena is where i thrive.
this past winter, i created this 'rustic centerpiece' for our dining room table
all sticks, twigs, rosemary, pine needles and lavender were found in my surrounding neighborhood, within walking distance from my home.
it is amazing what you will find and what you'll be able to create out of it...
and now for some ideas:
I love the wooden plank runner used as the foundation for this centerpiece
although the wood sits under the bouquets, if going for the non-floral, budget friendly approach,
think of using silver and glass, layering votives and
varrying heights of candles along the wooden runner instead of flowers
i love the doily/lace around the votives...adds a romantic touch
decor for this wedding shown at http://www.lauryllane.com/blog
was crisp, clean and neutral birch, raw cotton, twine and glass.
simple & fabulous
table centerpieces shown below:
other ideas, using stumps for a variety of items:
cake plate, tapering candles, or main centerpiece focal point
i asked my husband, danny for some suggestions, ideas & thoughts...
so far hes come up with some great ideas
I loved his idea to use old bricks on the table, especially in a classic older venue
Bricks have a story to them AND you can use them a number of ways..
books...now theres a great idea!:
why not use classic books as your centerpiece focal point
whether kraft, cardboard, coloured or gift
one, two or five arranged
i am loving the idea of, boxes: