For me, the second picture has too much flower, and the third picture is a little more casual. I am IN LOVE with the first one. I think it adds simple elegance. They are all beautiful, but I would prefer the first picture if I were sitting at a table at your wedding.❤
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If you have this really weird person you've never met before slide in at the reception. Don't mind me, I'm just admiring the centerpieces haha. Only teasing, but you are most welcome. Congratulations❤
The first centerpiece is so elegant and simply beautiful! I wanted to have something similar but the thought of how to keep the flowers down came up. I also wanted rose petals but a florist we met with said we would have to use a lot of petals to get the effect I wanted.
Love the white flowers very elegant! I am doing this as one of our centerpieces and using fake flowers inside but more orangey/red. I also always hint that the candle should go more in the glass and not at the very tippytop so that the candle lights up the whole vase rather than the flame being above the vase if you get what I mean! Your last picture depicts that best but could still have flowers underneath the candle.
Very cute . One of my close friends wedding had the same idea but I will say I really think adding the greenery on the bottom is an extra added touch very nicely put together . I am thinking of incorporating that into my centerpieces (terrariums with succulents not flowers ) .
These are always so pretty. With or without flowers.
Are you setting up your centerpieces or do you have a day of coordinator doing that? The only reason I ask is I worked a wedding with my friend who is an event planner and the bride had these floating candles. Filling up all the vases with water, and lugging them to and from the sinks was such a pain in the butt. I think we had to fill up 48 vases. If you have someone else doing it, then no worries, but if you or your family will be doing set up, keep that in mind.