It seems our table centerpiece is ever-changing. There's always a new look to try or an accessory to move around. After my rustic bouquet died, I replaced it with a smaller arrangement of, you guessed it, hydrangeas. I don't think you can ever go wrong with hydrangeas. I also moved several of my antiqued stem glass tea light holders from the server to the table to add a little drama and height variance to the other things already on the table. I think the final look is sophisticated and warm. What do you think?
I also added some white pumpkins to the shelf.
A close-up of the table. The table looks beautiful all lit up at night. Perhaps one day I'll remember to take a picture when all of the candles are lit.
One of the reasons I have such a fascination with decorating our long dining room table is because I really wanted to have long tables at our wedding. They ended up not working in the space layout of the reception site so now I'm left to dream with my dining room table :) I'm still constantly inspired by beautiful designs and don't believe anything can make as big of a statement as a long table. There's beauty in repetition, and if you don't believe me, you should check out these tables.
Which design is your favorite?