Five ways to use terrariums as wedding decorations

25 Apr 2017

Get Knotted has launched a series of new terrariums to hire for wedding centrepieces and decoration

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Get Knotted, the specialists in wedding planning and styling, have launched a series of innovative and stylish terrariums for hire. Ideal for use as centrepieces or wedding décor, the terrariums are custom made, with each one featuring glass panels held together with copper patina metal edgings. They are available in three different styles: Lantern, Cuboctahedron, and Teardrop.

Using the new series as inspiration, Lindsey of Get Knotted shares her favourite ways to use terrariums as part of your wedding decorations:

1. Rustic

Place terrariums on top of rustic log slices and surround with moss and other greenery.

2. Contemporary

Fill the bottom of a terrarium with sand or gravel and place a large bloom of your choice on top for a simple, yet contemporary centrepiece.

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3. Simplistic

Add air plants of different sizes to terrariums for a chic, simplistic look.

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4. Greenery

Succulents are perfect for adding a touch of greenery to your tables. Place a selection inside a terrarium with some pea gravel, and set in the centre of your tables or down the middle of long trestle tables.

5. Lighting

Place lights inside lantern terrariums and suspend from the ceiling giving some additional mood lighting to your reception.

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For more information about Get Knotted’s terrariums and to enquire about hiring them, please visit www.get-knotted.net.

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