We understand it can be difficult to pull your eyes away from stunning floral arrangements but let’s take a second to focus on wedding table settings. Not everyone is familiar with the placement of dinnerware, flatware, name cards, napkins, etc (and we promise you that’s okay!). Today’s post will provide you with a better understanding of how your wedding designer arranges your wedding table settings.
When deciding on the best color palette for your wedding it can be beneficial to find inspirational photos which really represent your style and vision. We encourage our clients to create a pinterest page and include pins for all aspects of the wedding. Some example to include are: desired color palette, ceremonial design, floral picks, reception/centerpiece design, and ambiance.
Low wedding centerpieces are great options for wedding design. They create an added visual that is quite appealing to the eye. Low floral arrangements can be designed with various shapes, heights, and widths. Adding surrounding accents, such as taper holders and tea lights create an amazing visual. Couples love to mix high and low centerpieces for an added effect.
Practice makes perfect, right? There is certainly truth in that statement. Perfecting your craft is a way to focus on applying and bettering your skill-set. Working on what you love is one of the best ways to grow and mature over time. Understanding there is always room for growth is essential to continuously developing the very essence of your craft.
Beautiful wedding flowers are what most brides dream of. Which is why we always encourage our brides to work closely with a professional. Achieving the perfect floral design can be a daunting task. Events by TMA suggest brides start with their favorite flowers. Choosing blooms that will be in season during the wedding helps to maintain design focus.