table decoration

Dec­o­ra­tive dec­o­ra­tions for dec­o­rat­ing thetable should be in har­mo­ny with the over­all style of the­and this is an impor­tant point dur­ing the­o­r­ga­ni­za­tion. Plus, you can make them your­self. A lit­tle imag­i­na­tion and finan­cial costs and you will cre­ate orig­i­nal jew­el­ry that will delight you with its beau­ty.

Ideas for decorating atable

  1. You can move away from the tra­di­tion­al whites and mix in a few bright col­ors like pink, teal and pur­ple. Let the table­cloth and nap­kins be of dif­fer­ent col­ors. Do not use more than three basic shades. If you pre­fer white, com­ple­ment the table decor with bright bows and strings of beads.
  2. Few cou­ples choose rhine­stones and sequins for dec­o­ra­tions, but sequins and tin­sel can be no less orig­inaltable dec­o­ra­tion. Sprin­kle them with dec­o­ra­tive com­po­si­tions, and the hol­i­day will turn into real mag­ic.
  3. If you love nature and decide to cel­e­brate yourout­doors, pack snacks in a sep­a­rate box for each guest. This will pleas­ant­ly sur­prise your guests.
  4. Instead of a large cake, order a few small ones and put them on a com­mon table. Alter­na­tive­ly, bright and orig­i­nal cup­cakes will serve as an excel­lent dec­o­ra­tion for the table and will be a deli­cious dessert for guests.
  5. In order not to go broke on flo­ral arrange­ments, take trans­par­ent rec­tan­gu­lar vas­es and pour water into them. Place small can­dles on top. Replace bou­quets with lanterns and pot­ted plants such as sage or laven­der.
  6. Flow­ers can dec­o­rate every dish. So, take a piece of avo­ca­do and stick it on a thin wood­en stick. From above, mark a square piece of cheese and the flower itself. With the same suc­cess, you can use green grapes, cheese and vio­lets.
  7. Dec­o­rat­ing atable with flow­ers is grad­u­al­ly fad­ing into the back­ground — dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments or orig­i­nal plants are used instead. Dried ears of wheat will be a wor­thy dec­o­ra­tion for a coun­try or rus­tic wed­ding. They can be includ­ed in the com­po­si­tion of the bride’s bou­quet and in the cen­ter­pieces of the table.
  8. If you are plan­ning to have ain the cold sea­son, instead of flo­ral decor, put com­po­si­tions of pine nee­dles on thetable. Com­plete it with can­dles, bows, cones, dried berries. You can include some fresh flow­ers. Dry leaves with nuts, berries, can­dles, apples, chest­nuts, pump­kins, fresh ros­es, etc. are suit­able for autumn dec­o­ra­tion.
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Making atable with your own hands

Before think­ing about table dec­o­ra­tion, choose the style of your wed­ding. Based on this, you can cre­ate har­mo­nious desk­top com­po­si­tions. For a cre­ative dec­o­ra­tion of the fes­tive table, you can make dec­o­ra­tions with your own hands. Just order the nec­es­sary decor ele­ments and cre­ate some beau­ti­ful com­po­si­tions. It will cost you obvi­ous­ly cheap­er than the ser­vices of a pro­fes­sion­al dec­o­ra­tor.

For exam­ple, herbal decor. Nat­u­ral­ness and sim­plic­i­ty have long been in vogue. Replace flow­ers with moss, grass and leaves. You will need a white tea set. Put moss in cups and put white tall can­dles in them. Care­ful­ly wrap the cups with reed and bergrass leaves. Ordi­nary grass will do as well. Nap­kins can be wrapped with organ­za and com­ple­ment the com­po­si­tion with an orchid. In the ring, along with a nap­kin, put a small scroll with the wish­es of each guest. This will be a pleas­ant sur­prise for them. Hang small bou­quets of ros­es wrapped in paper on the backs of chairs.

The unusu­al design of thetable will be a pleas­ant sur­prise for your guests and will def­i­nite­ly leave a bright mark in their mem­o­ry. Small gifts in the form of dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments will sur­prise the guests and give them a good mood.