Tall table centres make a stunning addition to a wedding reception and seem to be increasingly popular. The three samples I show below, include the one on the left made in floral foam giving it a more compact look. The other two designs were made without floral foam and so are wilder, more free flowing and therefore more contemporary. The central picture has more flowers and that on the right is larger and has more foliage included. In many ways the taller the better as this prevents too much floral material being at eye level.
This type of table centre is more expensive because of the volume of materials involved and the time taken to create them and for those on a budget they can be used to double up as an impact ceremony piece or by mixing with lower vases on some of the tables. These table centres show spring flowers but in Summer, Roses and Peonies or in Autumn Dahlias will all look equally gorgeous.
After a career in the Health Service and then time bringing up my family, I qualified as a florist and trained in horticulture. Developing a passion for growing and arranging British garden flowers, I planted a Suffolk cutting garden. Having become increasingly concerned about where and how flowers are grown coupled with a love of British flowers. I now specialise in growing and using beautiful British grown flowers to make artistic designs. for weddings, events and gifts.