The centerpieces you use for the tables at your wedding reception can play an important part in your decorative efforts. These pieces can be among the most prominent, and interesting, decorative touches you add to your wedding. If you want to showcase your creative side, you can even craft your own, and add a DIY element to your special day. The “right” centerpiece can depend on the size of your wedding, and the theme. You should showcase your wedding colors, but you have some flexibility when it comes to what you use to construct these pieces, what size they are, and their overall look. You should pay attention to their practical effect – the last thing you want to do is stifle conversations with a centerpiece that makes table chatter more difficult!
Avoid These Easy Mistakes When You Plan Your Centerpieces
As free as you are to craft your own centerpieces, there are a few mistakes you certainly want to avoid. Think about how the centerpiece might affect guests at the table – if the pieces are too large, it could be difficult for people to converse. You should also keep in mind that the cost of a more elaborate centerpiece might catch you off guard – after all, you do need to have one prepared for each table.
Add A Personal Touch By Providing DIY Centerpieces
DIY centerpieces can make it possible for you to have something personal waiting for guests at their tables. They also ensure that your pieces are unlike any that they have seen at previous weddings. If you want to make your decorations more intimate, you can actually work photos of you and your partner together, into these pieces.
Texas Old Town Can Give You The Perfect Space To Gather Guests For Your Ceremony And Reception
Texas Old Town is proud to offer great accommodations to couples looking to celebrate their love surrounded by the natural beauty of Texas hill country! We have a wonderful setting for your Austin wedding, and we can provide you with accommodations that can help you enjoy a successful event. To schedule a tour of our event venue in Kyle, TX, call us today at 512-396-1800 or complete our online contact form.