Happy Hump day pals!
These hump days come thick and fast and I love it!
Is there anything better than the latter part of the week and the run up to the weekend?
Is there anything than a hump day to mark the start of November and of course the countdown to Christmas. Whilst we are edging closer to the real festivities, I do have a couple of Wedding posts to share before I start the Christmas originated posts full time.
So without further ado, here’s the latest Wedding post.
Tall Centrepieces, in my opinion look absolutely stunning, whatever the setting or theme. They add height to the room and offer space on the table for guests, as well as dress them accordingly.
I am desperate to incorporate tall features in my wedding. Adding the height can add something extra to your decorations and can look classy too. Here’s some of my favourite Tall centrepieces I’ve found across the web you may want to consider for your wedding.
The one problem with tall centrepieces is ensuring they’re tall enough to allow your guests to have conversation around them. Too low, and they’re in the way.
There are so many ways you can incorporate tall aspects into your wedding, with small cost and without having to use these on every table. If you don’t want to have them on every table, and in fact like some other centre pieces too, incorporate them onto your top table, cake table and card table. Varying your centrepieces not only allows you to have multiple styles, without having to make tough decisions!!