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Low centerpieces will highlight your wedding

Wedding trends will always come and go – what stays are your memories of the Big Day, the nervousness, the beautiful emotions you shared with those dear to you and the amazing vibes sent out by all the minute details you have worked so hard to put together for this special event.

Low centerpieces are all the rage right now – and truth be told, we love them very much! If you are searching for inspiration for your wedding day, here are some low centerpiece ideas that will highlight it in a truly gorgeous way:

  • Low opulence. Just because your centerpieces aren’t ceiling-high, it doesn’t mean they cannot be luxurious. On the contrary! With beautiful vases in metallic colors and lush arrangements, you can create the same opulent effect as you would with a very tall centerpiece. And it will be so unique, delicate and stylish at the same time!

  • Low fruitiness. It’s the season to enjoy some of the most beloved fruit – so why not bring them into your wedding table décor too? Low greenery runners with colored fruits popping here and there – now, that’s the kind of centerpiece everyone will absolutely love!

  • Low classiness. You don’t need to go too far away from the classic weddings we’ve all enjoyed in the last few decades. Low white vases filled with roses and/or peonies, greenery and small flowers can look breath-taking and they will surely complement a classy wedding in the way nothing else can do it!

Still on the lookout for a wedding planner able to help you pull together the small, but significant details of the Big Day? Contact Dazzle (Events) by Andrea and we promise to not disappoint you in any way! Our experience, our talent and our passion for gorgeous weddings are all here to serve you and your Big Day!

Photo source: joe.oconnell

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