There are some trends that come on the scene for a season or two and then fade away. Then there are those trends that seem to simply get more and more popular as the years go by. Such is the case with metallic wedding accents. These unique elements of a wedding ceremony or reception are so versatile that you can find details to adorn any style of wedding, and complement any color scheme. At Zeidler’s Flowers, we love designing creative floral centerpieces and reception decor that utilize these pieces.
The most basic way you can use metallic wedding accents in a reception setting is in place settings, silverware, goblets, lighting fixtures and candle holders. Gold or silver tablecloths with subtle shine or even glitter will catch the light and shimmer throughout the evening. These classic tones blend well with any color and style of flower.
One of our favorite ways to add the character of metallics is through unique containers that can be found in thrift stores, at garage sales or second-hand stores. This beautiful floral design, which includes gerberas, roses, and protea, is arranged in a rustic pitcher filled with wildflowers, perfect for evoking a country feel and adding natural beauty to the table.
This vintage birdcage serves as the focal point for a centerpiece that would not soon be forgotten. Containing daisies and roses that fit the color scheme of the day, this birdcage and other antique finds can be filled or adorned with any type flower to match the bridal bouquets; they also make wonderful gifts for someone to take home. These types of details do not need to completely match from table to table; in fact, a diversity of styles adds to the interest of the decor.
IIf you are planning a wedding in Newburgh, Chandler or Evansville, the floral designers at Zeidler’s Flowers have the expertise and the ideas you need to create a stunning aesthetic. Whether for your bouquets, your ceremony or your reception, we’ll be your partner in planning. Call us today for an appointment and then gather your inspiration photos – let’s imagine something beautiful!