Wedding Centerpieces Birmingham AL

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Studio Flower Designs
(205) 915-3849
Birmingham, AL

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AABCO Rents
(205) 942-4950
201 Industrial Drive
Birmingham, AL

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Studio Flower Designs
(205) 915-3849
Birmingham, AL

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Kathy G
(205) 942-4210
11 West Park Circle
Birmingham, AL

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Proms Pageants and Beautiful Brides
(205) 978-9944
670 Montgomery Hwy
Birmingham, AL
 
Kathy G
(205) 942-4210
11 West Park Circle
Birmingham, AL

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Aztec Events & Tents
(205) 426-9882
4983 Perimeter Parkway
Bessemer, AL
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Alabama Wedding and Event Professionals

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AABCO Rents
(205) 942-4950
201 Industrial Drive
Birmingham, AL

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Aztec Events & Tents
(205) 426-9882
4983 Perimeter Parkway
Bessemer, AL
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Coleman's Bridals
(205) 786-4992
1970 Bessemer Rd
Birmingham, AL
 
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Wedding Centerpieces: Tips on Creating Unique Arrangements for Kansas City Weddings

Wedding centerpieces can say a lot about the couple. If you’re looking for a way to let your personality shine through, here are four different perspectives providing ideas to wow your guests and have a uniquely you wedding.

Advice from a Wedding Coordinator: Simple Elegance
Kindra Browne, Simple Elegance , suggests thinking outside of the box for materials in centerpieces. Items such as limestone rocks and candles create an earthy feel, while placing mini cakes on each table. is a special, personalized treat for guests. For fall weddings, she has used tall brushed gold vases with floral on the top and candelabras are a great way to incorporate height, candlelight and floral into one piece.
Advice from a Rental Company/Wedding Coordinator: Something Borrowed
Cindy King, Something Borrowed , offers a variety of iron and mercury glass (glass with a silver tint) pieces that she encourages her brides to use if they are looking for a unique look with their containers. For fall weddings, she suggests rocks in the bottom of a glass vase, placing branches in the vase and leaves on the table surrounding the vase. Another use for leaves is down the isle instead of flower petals. "One of our most unique pieces is an iron tree that holds 20 votives and can adjust between four and seven feet tall," she says. Used at the four foot height, they can be centerpieces and used at the seven foot height they can be placed on the floor and used as room decor. Many brides choose to hang flowers or fall swag from the branches. Lanterns on the ends of chairs or hanging from shepard's hooks in the place of plain candles down the isle, especially for an outdoor wedding, are a budding concept for wedding receptions. Lanterns can also replace candles as centerpieces and the same lanterns used in your isle decor can double as centerpieces. Another unique concept is to use 3 or 4 different centerpieces that are slightly different heights. This creates more interest and keeps the eye moving throughout the room.
Advice from a Florist: Craig Sole
When it comes to containers, Craig Sole, Craig Sole Designs b suggests nickel plated, chrome or silver containers. He informs brides that even if silver is not one of your colors, when a silver container is used with a mirror, it will reflect the color around it and will appear to be your wedding color. A unique idea when using a plain glass container with a candle in it, is to wrap organza ribbon around it, and it will illuminate the room in the color of the organza. For the bride who loves “going green,” he suggests bamboo containers. He also loans vases for the bouquets to be placed in and act as centerpieces on the head table or family tables. Feathers are also used as a decorative touch. By sowing together the material in a feathers can act as ribbon, giving a twist on the use of traditional ribbon around bouquets or containers.

For table tops, runners are a good money saver that adds color....

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