It is a known truth that food brings people together, so using these types of centerpieces on your wedding day is a wonderful idea. They are not just good to look at, but a non-wasteful décor to fill up your reception tables.
Anyone can make flower and candle centerpieces, but why not make a table arrangement that your guests can eat and enjoy? Use our expert ideas and learn how to make your own.
Kebabs anyone? This centerpiece is so yummy that I want to eat it right a way. Different cheeses in skewers arranged in a tall clear vase half filled with berries is a good sight for your guests.
Kebabs anyone? This centerpiece is so yummy that I want to eat it right away. Different cheeses in skewers arranged in a tall clear vase half filled with berries is a good sight for your guests.
To complete the look, you can tie your guests’ names on the skewers so they can have them at a later time. Also, add some pebbles and flower petals to give your tables some extra décor that will entice your senses.
If you love fruit, make a topiary out of fruits instead. It is a healthy alternative for your guests to have. Fill it with radishes, roses, oranges, lemons and some greens and stems.
Presenting it in a tiered display, you can tie a ribbon around the tiers. This combination will give an aroma of mixed flowers and fruits.
Make sure your topiary is at the right height so guests can still have their little chats while munching on the centerpiece.
You can also add some fruits and greens of your liking to make a personalized wedding centerpiece. Or fill it with you and your grooms favorite fruits and flowers for a personalized touch.This is a very easy project for do it yourself brides. This arrangement is DIY all the way.
If you’re longing for an exotic edible topiary, then this picture serves as the best inspiration for your tables. The two-layer décor consists of red cabbage, flowers, sushi, and cheese placed in an elegant pot. This is an interesting and elegant edible centerpiece.
Good also for an Asian theme wedding is sushi as part of the topiary. Your guests can’t help themselves from picking up the food displayed in front of them. This is one healthy and delicious centerpiece.
For an overall décor, you can also use fruits or edible centerpieces as your table numbers. Make edible numbers and attach them to your centerpieces; this way your guests will easily know their table assignments.
Edible centerpieces don’t have to match in every table. Combine the three centerpieces for each of your tables and create a fun atmosphere for your guests. They will compare their centerpieces and will mingle to other tables to keep an eye or try to have a piece of each.
There are lots of centerpieces to choose from, but these edible centerpieces are the most practical way to use your budget, plus it gives your guests a feast they won’t forget.
Have a deliciously wonderful wedding!
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