The centerpiece you use for your party or event can make a big difference on your table. Using the right centerpieces can help set the tone of the event while making your table beautiful and elegant. There's a lot to consider when choosing your centerpiece, from budget, to appearance, to the comfort and happiness of your guests.
What Does a Small Centerpiece Look Like?
I get this question all the time, so I thought I would create this blog post and give a couple of examples to help you see the simplicity and beauty that a small centerpiece can give your table. Often when a customer inquires about "just a small centerpiece for a table" they need to consider all the elements involved. That small centerpiece can pack a lot of flowers. Seasonal flowers are always best for any arrangement, but if your theme or your heart is set on Peonies it will dramatically change the cost of your arrangement. All flowers are beautiful, so really think about what the overall look you would like to obtain for your event. We are happy to work with your budget, so let us take care of the flowers, it's one less thing on your todo list.
What Kind Of Flowers Do You Use In A Small Centerpiece?
I typically incorporate flowers that tie into the theme and keep your guests engaged. I look for in-season, local fresh varieties. My goal is to delight my clients with unexpected harmonies of flowers and foliage. Below I am using Pink Roses, Hydrangeas, Lush Greens.
The beauty of the centerpieces is not the only thing you should consider when choosing centerpieces. The comfort and preferences of your guests should be considered just as much as the aesthetics. After all, your guests may spend hours at the table, talking to other guests and relaxing at your event. Choosing the right centerpieces will help make this experience more enjoyable for all.
Keep the size to a minimum. Tall, wide centerpieces can make it hard to see over flower while talking. Using short small centerpieces that guests can see over helps keep the event entertaining and fun for everyone.
What Kind Of Flower Should I Use If One Of My Guest Has Allergies?
I recommend using unscented flowers for people with allergies. Flowers that smell beautiful can certainly add a nice aroma to the air. Unfortunately, these lovely scents could force guests with allergies to leave early. I can always work with you to find flowers that have minimal scent.
I would love to earn your flower business. Call/Text me at 818-642-1308. I offer a FREE Centerpiece concierge serves, so give me a call. - Lia
Small Centerpiece Design 1
Small Centerpiece Design 1 - Video
Small Centerpiece Design 2
Small Centerpiece Design 2 - Video
Small Centerpiece Design 3
Small Centerpiece Design 3 - Video