Deconstructed Centerpieces

by Simone Hill

For this vineyard wedding, Liza Lubell focused on creating lush garden centerpieces paired with smaller arrangements of textured elements from the larger arrangements for a simple, yet fresh look. The mixed organic arrangements contained garden roses, hydrangeas, dahlias, and fern. Smaller containers of ball dahlias and lambs ear were interspersed in between. This technique of breaking down the centerpieces into different components on the table has an important aesthetic purpose, who says “When you see so many flowers all arranged in one centerpiece it can be difficult for your eyes to focus on the flowers, but when we break it down and space out the flowers are showcased much more."

Deconstructed Centerpieces
photo by Photo: Liza Lubell

Photo: Liza Lubell

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