Potted Plant centrepieces
Using potted plants instead of cut flowers for your wedding table centrepieces is not only a more sustainable and environmentally conscious choice, it is also an effective way to run a rustic garden-inspired theme through your wedding venue.
Potted herbs and succulents look great on log slices or stone plinths in the centre of guest tables, surrounded by jam jar tealights for a real country wedding feel. You could gift these to your bridal party after the big day.
Alternatively, you might wish to spend a little more and consider using potted olive trees or bay trees which can later be planted in your garden and will forever remind you of your wedding day.
Balloon installations are a fun way to bring a little light hearted and uplifting (you’re welcome) decor to your wedding venue. You could even opt for balloon centrepieces. Always choose biodegradable balloons wherever possible.
Coloured glass and metallics
One of our favourite ways to introduce a colour scheme to tables and decorative features is to include coloured glass and metallic brass. Tinted glassware instantly brightens up a table and works so well with flower centrepieces. Similarly, brass candlesticks elevate a rustic scheme, adding an air of sophistication.