Log Centrepieces

Rustic Log Centrepieces

Thinking of a rustic/woodland theme for your wedding? Take a look at our gorgeous new creations.

Our multi-log and candle centrepiece presents a simple but stunning display. We have used preserved green moss with fir cones to give these a fantastic real woodland feel. It is very current and is sure to stay up there with the top themes right through 2016.

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The hurricane vases with log slices are shown here as a Christmas themed centrepiece with the addition of touches such as cinnamon sticks and holly -perfect for your Christmas wedding/party – or as an alternative rustic-themed set to the multi-log display.

These new centrepieces can be hired as shown or they can be tailored to suit your own ideas. Please message for a quote.

Alternatively our multi-log centrepieces can come with fresh gypsophila mixed with a faux ivory rose in our small glass bottles wrapped in lace give this a more feminine look, perfect if you are mixing both vintage and rustic for you wedding theme. With 7 x tea light votives.

If you would prefer fresh roses or you have a different fresh flower you would like to go with this centrepiece, please feel free to message for a quote as it will depend on the time of year for flowers availability.

Maybe you have a different idea in mind of how you would like our logs dressing or you would like them used as aisle decoration, whatever your ideas, let us know, we love coming up with new creations. Our pictures are here to give you ideas, we can make a totally bespoke centrepiece for you!

These centrepieces will go perfectly with our lace sashes and also our hessian sashes for the ultimate rustic look! take a look at our gallery or our chair covers & sashes page.

Take a look at our local baker we work closely with for her Naked sponge cake wedding cake, you certainly won’t be disappointed with how scrummy her cakes taste and how reasonable her prices are!

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