Buffet Table Arrangements

Topiares are often great choices for buffet tables: they are tall and striking, yet they don’t take up much space. Sometimes the bride prefers a more traditional arrangement in a vase. If you selected a woodland theme, log arrangements look fabulous!

Jamie Bosworth

Jamie Bosworth

These bright topiaries were made in low back urns

Evrim Icoz

Evrim Icoz

Tall blue delphiniums ‘grow’ out of a tall square vase, lined with equisitum; lots of texture – seedpods, fruits, grasses, alchimella and unusual foliage – decorates the base.

Something Blue Photography

Something Blue Photography

An arrangement of viburnum, lilac, french tulips , bearded iris and other spring flowers in an angular vase decorates the buffet table; small clusters of flowers, as well as a smilax garland added a nice touch for this reception at the Oswego Lake Country Club.

Joni Shimabukuro

Joni Shimabukuro

The mother of the bride provided this silver candelabra; decorated with fushia and purple flowers it looked fabulous on the buffet table.

Jamie Bosworth

Jamie Bosworth

This bride loved texture; for the buffet arrangement no flowers were used. Grasses, berries, seedpods, and unusual foliage were arranged in this cast iron container, provided by her mother.

Joni Shimabukuro

Joni Shimabukuro

Log arrangements are a great choice for  anyone who loves texture!

Jamie Bosworth

Jamie Bosworth

Joni Shimabukuro

Joni Shimabukuro

A container, covered with rosemary, was perfect for this sunflower topiary. Branches of scotch broom soften the thick stems. Lavender, delphinium blossoms, berries, foliage and seedpods at the base create  a stark contrast.

Jamie Bosworth

Jamie Bosworth

This upside down tomato cage is embellished with 9 small vases, filled with seasonal flowers. A vine links all the little arrangements. Ideal for a garden wedding!

Joni Shimabukuro

Joni Shimabukuro

A detail of the tomato cage arrangement. The cage was spraypainted with copper.

Jamie Bosworth

Jamie Bosworth

Kathryn Elsesser

Kathryn Elsesser

Kathryn Elsesser

Kathryn Elsesser

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One Response to “Buffet Table Arrangements”

  1. Rudya Says:

    I like the way you arrange your buffet, I will appreciate if you have good things which you can share with me to gain experience on what you are doing.

    Thanks
    Rudya

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