Wedding centerpieces are usually represented by flowers, candles, champagne glasses, and by handmade decorations. But in this article, we do not want to present you with ideas of this kind, when caterers all over the world emphasize a new trend, the one of using unusual decorations and objects as wedding centerpieces.
And the first idea that can be used if you want your guest tables to be the location of some modern centerpieces is to use long mahogany boxes, that house the many elements of a wedding centerpiece. This type of decoration should be used only on rectangular tables. Of course that you can use flowers and candles in the holes of this mahogany box, but it would be more interesting if you would use roasted coffee beans, green leaves, pinecones or beads.
Because we are in July, we also recommend this beachy centerpiece, which is formed by a seaside tablescape, beach arrangements of calla lilies and white roses and a set of candles, nestled into some sand. If you do not like the idea of using flowers or, if you want to be unusual, as we have said at the beginning of this article, and leave the flowers behind, instead of them, you could use some beach decorations, represented by a beach chair, an umbrella or some seashells, obviously having a very small dimensions, to fit the decor.
And if we have discussed summer centerpieces, let us bring the winter in as well. As winter centerpieces, a marrying couple could use these combinations of pinecones, cotton balls, evergreen springs and flickering candles, that strike a seasonal tone and are said to bring delight and enjoyment to the wedding guests. This decor can be complemented with some firs (natural or artificial), that can be placed behind the wedding guests, ensuring an authentic winter wedding atmosphere.