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Wedding Reception Centerpiece – 6 Ways to Think Up Great Ideas

Categorize wedding reception centerpiece ideas that you think up or come across into three categories: what you like, what you don’t like, and what you’re willing to consider as a last resort.

Obviously, those that fall on the second category are immediately taken out of the running. This will serve as your preliminary round of rejection, but for sure, you’re still left off with more than a handful of ideas. But don’t worry because by the time you finish this sequence, you’ll be left with the best!

1. Set a budget. This must be the maximum amount of money that you’re willing to spend. Be honest with yourself when setting the maximum limit. If you can’t afford to spend $5,000 on centerpieces then so be it. Setting a limit will allow you to discard wedding reception centerpiece ideas easily based on how much they cost.

2. Choose the wedding reception centerpiece ideas depending on SIZE. When considering the size of your centerpiece, make sure that you consider the size of the table and plates. Consider as well how many guests are seated in one table.

3. Your list of wedding reception centerpiece ideas may also be shortened according to its suitability to the wedding reception venue. If you are going to hold your after-party outdoors and there’s a chance of raining, ice sculptures are definitely out of the picture.

4. Another way to filter the number of wedding reception centerpiece ideas you still have remaining is to choose only those that complement your wedding theme or motif and the rest of the decoration. Imagine having a Hawaiian-styled wedding reception only to have elegant aromatherapy candles as your centerpiece. It doesn’t match at all, does it?

5. Choose the wedding reception centerpiece ideas according to its safety level, too, if you expect a great deal of children to attend the occasion. There are a lot of things that can’t be used as centerpieces when there are kids around.

6. Seek the advice of professionals. Consult family, friends, and relatives whose tastes you trust. And of course, ask your partner as well. He might be the typical color-blind guy, but it’s important to get his input, too. But in the end, it’s your decision that really matters because you’re the bride. Good luck!


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