Organizing a dinner party at your place could be an exciting yet an exhilarating venture. It is that occasion when your house will be flooded with guests, who will be keenly scrutinizing every minor detail of your arrangements. Hence, the endeavor shall be planned and executed with care, and no doubt, it becomes a cause of your stress and worry too. You start off with frenzied cleaning and decorating. With the follow the frantic decision of menu – you put your cooking to a tough test with numerous guests, and every fiber of your being wants it to pass with flying colors.
That’s not about it – just the decoration table triggers a lot of pressure in you. Have you folded the napkins properly? Do all the placements compliment each other? Is the crockery placed on accurate positions? Oh and how can I forget the centerpiece? After all, it will be holding flowers and place right in the centre of the table. It is easily the focal point of the table and you won’t want to get it wrong. But choosing the perfect centerpiece shouldn’t be that big a problem, and I am here with some tips that will make this task all the more easy for you.
1- Don’t pick a centerpiece that’s a bit too tall. For starters, tall decoration pieces are poorly balanced, and I am certain, you wouldn’t want your centerpiece to misbalance and create a mess for you at the dinner party.
Also, when guests take their seat on their dinner tables, they need to be able to see each other in order to engage in a conversation. If your centerpiece is tall enough, it will be blocking the view of the guests and be hindrance in the small talk.
2- Flowers that you pick to place in the centerpiece shouldn’t have a fragrant scent. Your dinner party revolves around food, basically, and scent of the mouth-watering food should be the sole aromatic focus of your party.
3- You can also utilize floating centerpieces to enhance the beauty of your dinner table. This will ensure that your centerpiece stays low, and will also look extremely classy. You can use flowers that float well and sustain their shape.
4- Go for a centerpiece and flowers that collaborate with the rest of the theme of the dinner party. Let’s say you are throwing a dinner party for Christmas then choosing red and white flowers for the occasion would really go with the theme of the dinner party.