wedding Centerpieces

How To Plan A Fall Themed Wedding

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017 | Filed under: Fall weddings, Wedding Favors, wedding flowers, wedding themes | author: By Keith Sly,    

As summer “falls” into autumn, couples choosing to marry in September, October and November will reap many benefits exclusive to the season. From spiced seasonal favorites, harvest décor featuring rich rust colors to the changing crisp weather, a fall wedding can harness all the warmth of a blissful romance for many couples. Whether your wedding falls before Halloween or around Thanksgiving, the wedding planners at The Manor offer inspirational options for planning a fall themed wedding.
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Top Wedding Trends: Reception Centerpieces

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012 | Filed under: Bright Ideas, wedding flowers, wedding planning, wedding receptions | author: By BLG,    
Wedding Reception Centerpiece

Wedding Reception Centerpiece

The top floral designers create masterpieces for reception ballroom guest tables, and there’s a new wedding design trend calling for floral arrangements on additional tables, such as the place card table, the family wedding photo table, the gift table, entryway tables and in the restrooms. Wedding venues are being transformed into flower-filled dream settings for our New Jersey and New York City wedding couples, with the highest levels of artistry and design. Read more…

New Trends in Floral Centerpieces

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011 | Filed under: Bright Ideas for your wedding, Wedding Décor, wedding flowers, wedding ideas | author: By BLG,    

One of the most important elements of beautiful wedding décor is the floral centerpiece set on each guest table, and here at our northern New Jersey wedding venue, we’re seeing gorgeous, innovative centerpieces inspired by the top wedding room décor trends shown in national and regional bridal magazines from North, Central and South Jersey, as well as the designs shown in real-wedding photo spreads of socialite New York City weddings. Here are the top trends to inspire you:

  • Elevated floral centerpieces are back. While low-set floral bunches will always be popular for wedding table décor, today’s trends lift those large, lush, bountiful floral arrangements at least four feet off the tabletops, suspended on equally-gorgeous, decorated floral stands made of bronze, pewter, even wood in rustic-elegant wedding décor schemes.
  • Elevated floral centerpieces contain multiple colors of flowers, most often a beautiful blend of brights and pastels.
  • Classic, traditional floral pieces in ‘bridal white’ achieve great texture and dimension by using blends of cream and white shades.
  • Elevated floral centerpieces reach down toward the tabletop in delicate drapings of floral strands, or a ‘willow tree’ effect of floral branches and suspended crystals on invisible wire.
  • Crystals are being incorporated into floral centerpieces in greater number, in elegant style. They may be affixed by floral wire in stand-up, starburst effects, or individual crystals may even be pinned into the centers of roses. The crystals give a sparkling effect in the room when they reflect the flickering of candlelight and the glow of our soft lighting in the wedding reception room.
  • New Jersey wedding couples now request the incorporation of locally-grown, in-season flowers to cut down on their carbon footprint, as a green wedding value in their day.
  • New Jersey wedding couples are also using more leaves and greenery in their floral centerpieces, as well as in their general wedding room décor to coordinate with our garden wedding atmosphere. The use of greenery provides a lush, natural look and is also among the most effective budget wedding strategies.
  • Centerpieces are arranged more often in clear glass vases, either rounds or squares, and also in tall rectangular shapes. Couples are also mixing up the sizes of their glass centerpiece vases to provide an eye-catching trio of low, medium and high-set centerpiece containers.
  • Glass vases and bowls may also hold collections of colorful flower petals, with the bowls surrounded by color-matched votive candles in their own decorative glass votive holders.

Elements of nature play a new role in wedding centerpieces, just as they do in the designs of our own wedding gardens, so look into incorporating smooth river stones in neutral shades of gray, tan or brown, as well as mosses and tall, architectural branches to make your centerpieces stand out.

Have a great day!

Laura Madden, Senior Sales Manager, Pleasantdale Chateau

To make an appointment with a banquet manager, please contact us at 973-325-2060.