Decorations for wedding tables

Gerbera table decorations Wedding table decorations set the scene from the moment your guests arrive at your reception.You want your friends and family to have an AMAZING time.  Make the décor in your venue inviting and you'll get the party started the way you want it.

Now this doesn't mean you have to spend most of your wedding budget getting the look right.  In fact, wedding table decorations are one item that you really can make yourself, with clever use of ribbons, candles, flowers and some inspiration.

So I've been searching through some wedding photographs and I've found the following images to inspire you.  Use a bit of imagination, invest a little time, rope in some artistic friends and there's no reason you should't have a fabulously decorated venue.

Don't forget, some table decorations will make the transition from the wedding ceremony to the reception venue very easily - doubling your wedding budget potential.

autumn leaves wedding table decoration

Very seasonal for an autumn wedding and you could also use as decorations along the aisle.

chocolate name place settings

Use soft wrapped sweets in different colour foil as name tag holders.

wedding table setting for children


Creative idea for a kid's table.  Love these colours!table centres with rose petals Think about your colour theme here.  Also works well to decorate the aisle, especially if you're having a winter wedding.

apple place name settings

Place names and favours rolled into one!  You don't have to use apples either, what about oranges, lemons or limes?

table setting idea with mirrors

Mirrors aren't expensive and can work very effectively on a bridal table setting, especially when combined with candles.

Credits (from top):  Gerberas from Sassy Pineapple Events via Project Wedding; Autumn leaf decoration by Your Wedding Company via Project Wedding; Chocolate name holders photograph by Teness Herman via Project Wedding; Children's table setting by Union Photography via Project Wedding; Rose table centres via Project Wedding; Apples photographed by Andrea Winchenbaugh via Project Wedding; Table setting with mirrors photographed by The Flower Company via Project Wedding.