Centerpieces designed by our brides - assembled by the Chateau staff.
It costs less to rent a centerpiece than to buy one. Use our rental service and there's no running around to craft stores and such, searching for just the right look. Buying centerpieces can be expensive...and what are you going to do with them once the reception is over?
Start by selecting your vase or candelabra stand. Next, add the centerpiece treatments that compliment your wedding colors and overall wedding design. Now you can create a centerpiece that is uniquely yours.
A centerpiece treatment is the decorative adornment that's added to the container. Fresh flowers, ribbon, votive candles, feathers, jewels, mirrors, greenery, table runners and flower petals would be considered centerpiece treatments. The treatments can be used in any combination and are normally priced separately.
Use our complete service package and you won't have to worry about setting out and taking down centerpieces the day of your reception. Dealing with centerpieces is a more distracting and time consuming job than most people anticipate.
Centerpiece Rentals - Design Ideas
It's important to make sure your centerpieces match your overall theme. For example, if you are considering a Shabby Chic theme, use pastel pink, light beige, egg shell blues and other romantic combinations.
Make sure your guests will be able to see each other no matter where they’re seated at the table. Use either low centerpieces or tall tapers, candelabras or topiaries.
Place two or three designs throughout your reception tables for a visually dynamic space that’s still consistent. This will create lots of visual texture throughout the room. Using one centerpiece style for each table may be consistent, but it's not as exciting.
The vessels are as important as the blooms that fill them. If you’re having a vintage wedding, go for antiqued decor. If your having a beach or outdoor wedding, keep your centerpieces light and airy.
It's inevitable that guests will bump into reception tables after the party gets rolling, so make sure your centerpieces are sturdy, especially if they're taller.