This simple but elegant centerpiece was crafted in an ocher and brown color scheme using spheres of various sizes, pine cones, walnuts, cinnamon sticks and even a biscuit on a bed of pine apples. Photo: Allie_Caulfield
Only once a year are beautiful spheres hanging from trees, garlands, and crowns. So it is during the winter! These beautiful Christmas decorations used to be made only in blown glass and intricate designs. The spheres were evolving over time in all sorts of designs that are now vintage and very fashionable. Today you can find all types of materials and all prices. A great way to incorporate the Christmas flavor into your centerpieces is to use spheres. You can find all of the colors and it is an excellent way to incorporate the theme colors you have chosen for the wedding in your centerpieces.
Important: Limit to a single color of spheres for all table centers, or at most a monochromatic or two-tone combination. Whether you use two colors of spheres per base, or one color one centerpiece and another color another centerpiece. This will give your fixes a unified and sophisticated look.
Tip: Do you want to save a little? Visit the store for a dollar, they usually offer packages of plastic spheres of a single color of various sizes and designs. With a bit of luck you'll find spheres in one of your wedding theme's colors. Get some glass bases (you'll probably find them there too), place the spheres, and enough water to cover them. And ready! A minimalist and super chic centerpiece.