Wedding Head Table

Head tables at the reception hall should be a lovely focal point, since all eyes will be trained on the bride and groom during their party.  Keep in mind that the arrangements should be long and low, not obscuring the eye contact with the happy couple's guests.

One continuous table edge can be arranged in a variety of ways.  I generally make separate arrangements that tuck in closely with each other.  Separate arrangements are much easier to transport.  You should always keep in mind how you plan to take your flowers to both the reception hall and to the church.

Oasis foam comes in a variety of sizes and shapes.  This arrangement will show how to create a sphere (round) arrangement on top of a double Oasis brick, thus giving more interest and texture to the floral design.

Keep in mind that you are free to change the flower and greenery varieties, including the colors to make the flowers uniquely yours.

For this tutorial, I used the following materials:

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