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stunning wedding centerpieces

Wedding centerpieces can be an afterthought when planning a wedding, but it’s a perfect opportunity to show off your style and impress your guests. There are many options to choose from for a wedding centerpiece—you can dazzle with a towering floral display or keep it simple with a rustic arrangement of foliage. Even more brides today are opting to go unique, with DIY wedding centerpieces like seasonal fruit, vintage books or reclaimed objects.

If you’re seeking inspiration, try our 120 wedding centerpiece ideas. With helpful filters based on season, style and centerpiece type, you can find a centerpiece idea as unique as you. Don’t forget to browse other wedding reception essentials, like menus, seating cards and programs to complete your look.

120 Stunning Wedding Centerpieces

Instructions: Click through the buttons below to sort by season, components and style. Click any photo for a larger view.

Flowing Greens

Place eucalyptus or another favorite green down the center of your tables. This earthy yet classic centerpiece will bring extra life to your wedding celebration.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: YEAH! weddings

Poppin' Blooms

Create a voluptuous arrangement with blooms that complement your wedding theme. Add in vibrant colors for a flash of personality.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: With Love and Embers

Pastel Party

Choose soft colors for a classy, elegant aura. Mix in succulents and other green fillers for texture and variety.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Moni + Adri Photography

Light It Up

Lanterns and candles go with almost every wedding style, especially rustic. Design your centerpiece with different heights like these flowers to create a full and professional look.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Fondly Forever Photography

Spring Garland

Fasten greens and flowers together down the center of your tables for a spring or summer look. Don't forget to add high and low candles as accents.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: onelove photography

Indian Inspiration

Take inspiration from the beautiful temples of India to enhance any wedding centerpieces idea. Use ornate lanterns like this one to boost the cultural essence of your celebration.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Danelle Bohane

A Trace of Grace

Keep your centerpiece simple with a rose and peony bouquet. When your decorations are light and modern, guests feel relaxed and happy.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: wild whim design + photography

Local Beauty

For this camp-inspired wedding, the couple used local flowers and products to create their decorations. The stone represents a favorite hiking destination.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Taylor Roades

Day of the Dead

Intermix vibrant flowers with your memories and symbols of loved ones who have passed. After all, love is powerful and eternal.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Clayton Austin

Naturally Stunning

Design a bursting look of love with an overflowing bouquet of flowers, greens and berries. Set candles around your arrangement to fill in extra space on the table.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Paula Luna of lunaphoto

Color My World

Pick radiant blooms to light up your celebration. This colorful and festive look will keep the fun flowing all night long.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Matt Miller/diamond eyes

Get Earthy

Captivate your guests with an earthy, rustic table runner made of your favorite greens. Sprinkle in candles and other simple touches for a charming atmosphere.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Marissa Maharaj

Cactuses and Candles

Amplify your outdoor celebration with wedding centerpieces ideas most of your guests have never seen. Intersperse candles and cactuses for a true desert feel.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Wes Sumner

Desert Decor

Add pops of color, vases and other items to enhance your desert theme. Don't forget to add a personal touch like this dinosaur!

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Birds of a Feather

Bold and Beautiful

Go for a bold and bright centerpiece scheme with flowers like this bird of paradise. Don't be shy to let your personality shine on your big day.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Ariel Renae

Go Boho

Use different shapes and colors to design decor that bursts with bohemian flair. The best wedding centerpieces ideas use various shapes like these bottles, glasses, pumpkins, flowers and succulents.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: She Wanders Photography

Luscious Greens

Create a full look with luscious greens and splashes of color. Your guests will be sure to have a fabulous time with this fun atmosphere.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Apryl Ann Photography

Change Up

Mix up the normal centerpiece by placing your lush arrangement along one side of the table. Handpick flowers and greens that match your theme and will lay well together. The succulents incorporated in this wedding centerpiece offer extra texture and shape.

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: The Great Romance Photo

Shakespeare-inspired Decor

When you have long tables, you'll need multiple pieces to run down the center. Try bouquets that range in size and bloom to create an abundant and coordinated look. This Shakespeare-themed wedding wears it well!

Source: Green Wedding Shoes

Photo credit: Sun and Life Photography

Winter Wonderland

For a cozy winter look, add an array of evergreens to your tables. Develop the nature-based appeal with complementary candles.

Source: Style Me Pretty

Photo credit: Jeremiah And Rachel Photography

Apples to Apples

Go fruity with a basket of apples or other favorite fruit. It offers a playful look and a yummy wedding favor at the end of the night!

Source: Polka Dot Bride

Photo credit: Gemma Clarke

Get Crafty

Paper flowers are crafty wedding centerpieces ideas that will blow your guests away. Arrange different colors and shapes on the table for an impressive and stunning atmosphere.

Source: Scissors

Photo credit: Lauren Gabrielle

Easy Elegance

Design a classic look by displaying cotton stems in a gold or silver canister. You can place candles around the arrangement or keep it as is for an extra simple look.

Source: Ruffled

Photo credit: Marianna Jamadi

High and Low

Create a stunning celebration by using high and low centerpieces. Florists can often provide stands for the tall centerpieces and the garland in the middle can be easily pulled together with a mix of flowers and greens.

Source: Ruffled

Photo credit: Lara Hotz

Captivate Your Guests

Tie your tables together with ivy and use square shaped vases for texture. Mix in white and colored flowers for a fully vibrant feel.

Source: Ruffled

Photo credit: Care Studios

Eclectic Party

Spice up the celebration with bright colors and unique items such as dinosaurs or other personal favorites. Don't be shy to mix and match—it can create a celebration that's eclectic or sassy.

Source: Ruffled

Photo credit: Julie Wilhite Photography

Lush Bouquet

Design a lavish look with a bouquet that stretches in all directions. Adding height to your arrangements allows guests to see each other easily from across the table.

Source: Ruffled

Photo credit: Logan Clement

Gorgeous Garland

Green garland makes for a luscious and enchanting party feel. Add lanterns, flowers and candles for extra elegance.

Source: Ruffled

Photo credit: Asia Pimentel Photography

Fruity Festivities

With oranges, apples or persimmons, your centerpieces can be nearly complete. Place greens or succulents in the bowl to balance the color and shape.

Source: Woman Getting Married

Photo credit: Joyeuse Photography

Bohemian Flair

Try creating various height levels within your wedding centerpiece. In this wedding, the couple contrasted the tall candles with flowers, fruits and a circular tray to tie it all together.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Scott Clark

Jars of Fun

Use vases and jars to provide extra character to your wedding centerpieces ideas. Select flowers that will nicely complement your color scheme and chosen containers.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Mary Dougherty

Colorfully Classic

Hydrangea and roses are gorgeous, classic flowers that are easy to find no matter the season. Add green filler throughout for a well-rounded centerpiece.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Ashley Seawell Photography

Pretty in Pink

Perfect for a spring or summer wedding, these pink flowers sure add a punch. Develop the texture of your bouquet with greens that spray upward and outward.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Clay Austin Photography

Woodsy Wonder

Sparkle your wedding with color by adding small vases of roses or another favorite bloom. Wood cookies or antlers are perfect additions to an outdoorsy feel.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Clay Austin Photography

Make It Stretch

This wide reaching bouquet flows and flourishes. With its big blooms and green accents, this arrangement fills the table with life and love.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Delbarr Moradi

Simplicity At It's Finest

Stay simple with a single stem flower in a vase. This delicate centerpiece will be well appreciated, but won't take away from the other decor throughout the room.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Justine Bursoni Photography

Grandeur Made Simple

The rich appeal of this centerpiece can be created with dark green leaves and captivating colors. Throw in a side item like pears or candles to complete the aura.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Bette Walker

Keep It Fresh

A unique mix of baby's breath and fruit will give your celebration some zest. Make the look cohesive with a colored tablecloth or table runner.

Source: Grey Likes Weddings

Photo credit: Bright Bird Photography

Whimsical Winter

For a whimsical winter wedding, choose a branch or pre-made tree to be the focal point. Use pinecones and candles to make it all sparkle.

Source: MODWedding

Photo credit: Teale Photography

Classy and Colorful

Toss a few different colors and blooms together for an eye-catching centerpiece. Diversify the look with high and low candles.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Danfredo Photos + Films

Pine'ing for Love

Enhance your outdoor appeal with evergreen garland contrasted with a flower that matches your color scheme. This style works well in winter and autumn.

Source: Colin Cowie Weddings

Photo credit: JoPhoto

Bursting with Blue

Berries will give your wedding celebration a unique look. Use greens, candles and accents to establish balance and symmetry.

Source: Colin Cowie Weddings

Photo credit: Hazelwood Photo

Rustic Tones

Cream, brown and white complement a rustic wedding perfectly. Be creative with what's available for free, like straw, pussywillows and pieces of wood.

Source: Colin Cowie Weddings

Photo credit: Aric & Casey Photography

Tree Lover

Wood cookie slices are easy to make. Layer them underneath your centerpiece to create different levels. Flowers, candles and lanterns can be set on top.

Source: Colin Cowie Weddings

Photo credit: Pictilio Photography

From the Forest Floor

Pine cones, wood cookie slices and simple greens are inexpensive yet create a wholesome rustic look. The different shapes and sizes in this arrangement are what make it polished and professional.

Source: Colin Cowie Weddings

Photo credit: Justin Wright Photography

A Different Kind of Cookie

A thick wood cookie slice makes a perfect base for your decor. With this wedding centerpiece idea, you can bring your rustic look to life with candles, string and greens.

Source: Colin Cowie Weddings

Photo credit: Kristy Klaassen Photography

Pink Charm

The soft appeal of this arrangement comes from its complementary colors and effortless use of white. Gather flowers of similar shades to create a lavish arrangement.

Source: Wedding Chicks

Photo credit: Sonya Khegay

Crafty Candles

Use candles in a different way by propping them at the top of a bottle, so the wax melts down the side. Place greens and flowers around the bottle's base to make a full table array.

Source: Hey Wedding Lady

Photo credit: Megan Robinson Photography

Completely Classic

Classic colors and shapes go a long way when it comes to designing a wedding centerpiece. An array of white flowers and dusty miller greens keep this bouquet vibrant, but not too overpowering.

Source: A Practical Wedding

Photo credit: Brooke Schultz

Rock It Out

Pick a modern look like this couple's choice of rock and keepsake box. By getting creative, you can create a meaningful centerpiece with loads of personality.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Mandee Johnson

Size It Up

Big and little blooms give your table texture. Choose complementary colors and don't forget to use vases of varying sizes.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: onelove photography

White Delight

A mostly pastel arrangement provides flexibility for your other decorations. Add light pinks or other colors to bring in charm and personality.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Sonya Khegay

Run the Table

Lining the table with a runner instantly gives your celebration a classy look. Greens, flowers and candles can be arranged to fill in the gaps.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Mollie Crutcher

The Mixer

Mix colors, shapes and sizes for an amplified floral centerpiece. Don't forget the small details like berries and eucalyptus greens.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Birds of a Feather

Autumn Vibes

Choose red, orange and yellow to give your centerpieces a perfect fall look. Be sure to sprinkle in some greens and vases of different heights.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Ryan Flynn Photography

Go Green

Make green your dominant color. You'll only need a few different shades of flowers to create an abundant arrangement.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Feather & Stone Photography

Raise the Roof

Who says a centerpiece can't hang from the ceiling? Organize a lush look that extends the length of the table with a variety of greens and florals.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Let’s Frolic Together

Modern Flair

A square or rectangular vase gives your centerpiece modern flair. This couple used pink, purple and red to make their spring arrangements pop.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Katrina Louise

Pink Personality

Radiant pinks and greens are all you need for a centerpiece with personality. Try a slightly taller glass vase to make it truly stand out.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Alyssa Marie Photography

Don't Drift Away

Get creative by adding driftwood to the center of your tables. Alternate with simple flower bouquets. Make it even more personalized if you can find driftwood at your favorite beach spot!

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Let’s Frolic Together

Spring Into Love

For a beautiful spring or early summer wedding, group together complementary peach and white colors. Sprinkle in greens and baby's breath to round out the bouquet.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Margot Landen

Show Your Creative Side

Eucalyptus easily runs along a table's midpoint and can be paired with wood cookie slices, candles and flowers. Be creative with your table numbers by using Roman numerals.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Miranda Hattie Photography

Tall, Light and Handsome

Let tall vases speak for themselves. Compose a full look by adding greens and flowers that burst out the top.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Annie McElwain

Go Global

Show your passion for traveling with a globe centerpiece. Keep the globes natural or write an inspiring message for guests.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Mark Brooke Photography

Bells and Whistles

Vibrant colors are bound to bring extra energy to your celebration. With a fun touch like a bell, your guests will be joining in on the fun in no time.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Melanie Duerkopp Photography

Let It Hang

This lavish bouquet fills the table and the room. When you join various colors, greens and blooms together, your tables won't need anything else.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Lavender and Twine

Small But Mighty

Small blooms and succulents give off a delicate, gorgeous appeal. Amplify the look with white candles.

Source: Wedding Chicks

Photo credit: Kat Braman

Enclosed Flower Display

Try out a unique look by using a glass cloche to enclose your flowers. While most flowers will work, this couple chose a simple white and light pink variety.

Source: Southern Weddings

Photo credit: Leslie Hollingsworth

From the Garden

Bring a burst of green to your tables with herbs and succulents. Sprinkle in accents or small flowers to match your wedding theme.

Source: Elizabeth Anne Designs

Photo credit: The Nichols

On a Budget

Wine bottles are an inexpensive yet classy choice for any type of wedding theme. Candles and other accents can be used to diversify the look.

Source: Offbeat Bride

Photo credit: Katie McGee

Jazz It Up

Add a little shimmer to your celebration with sparkly table markers and silver vases. Any additional color you use will pop because of the contrast.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Olivia Leigh Photographie

Tall Tulips

Tulips with long stems are captivating. Tuck them in water to keep them fresh.

Source: Tulle and Chantilly

Photo credit: Gerber + Scarpelli

Down the Center

Ivy, flowers and candles can run along the center of your table leaving plenty of room for plates and glassware. Choose the colors and aura to complement the other pieces of your celebration.

Source: Tulle and Chantilly

Photo credit: Emily Wren Photography

Pops of Personality

This couple used unique plants like Eryngium and Craspedia to make their tables pop. With the darker vase color, their celebration shows extra personality.

Source: Tulle and Chantilly

Photo credit: Brian Evans Photography

Angles of Love

This unique geometric shape adds an element of charm. The complementary red and white colors form a magnificent, eye-catching arrangement inside the glass.

Source: Tulle and Chantilly

Photo credit: Laura Goldenberger Photography

Big Blooms

Large blooms are wonderful for single stem centerpieces. Use a radiant color like these pink flowers to bring zest to your simple wedding centerpieces idea.

Source: Tulle and Chantilly

Photo credit: ZEST floral and event design

Classic Beauty

This playful yet classic centerpiece is made possible with the exquisite color choices and a tightly-bound arrangement. Chandelier pieces hang from the bottom for a perfectly classic touch.

Source: Tulle and Chantilly

Photo credit: Hunter Ryan Photo

Lavender Jars

Bring in a glorious scent of lavender to your big celebration. If you want, guests can take these jars home as wedding favors.

Source: Tulle and Chantilly

Photo credit: Thierry Joubert Photography

Logs of Love

Spice up the usual wooden look by using logs instead of wood cookie slices. Insert flowers and greens into crevices and holes for a truly rustic look.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Acres of Hope Photography

Conversation Starter

Create a wide, low-set bouquet of varying colors and greens. This will fill your table without obstructing anyone's view.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: The Image Is Found

Vintage Rustic

Arrange purple, white and green together for a radiant bouquet. Roses are a safe bet for filling in space and keeping costs down.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Krista A. Jones

Vibrant Blooms

Amplify a classic centerpiece by choosing vibrant blooms. Tall candlesticks are a lovely complement that goes with a lavish evening.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Samm Blake

Berry Berry Beautiful

Gather your favorite berries together for punches of personality. Find flowers and candles that match the color for a complete look.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Michelle March

Summer Time

Summer is a fun time for building centerpieces. This couple chose pink, orange and white for a classic, lighthearted vibe.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Ali Mae Photography

Funky Feathers

If you're into birds or the outdoors, using feathers might be the perfect choice for your centerpieces. Other elements to consider for an offbeat look include wood cookies, candles and vegetables.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Birds of a Feather

White Blossoms

Go classic with white blossoms and fresh greens. Don't underestimate the power of a gorgeous, two-toned arrangement.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: Let’s Frolic Together

Classy Terrarium

Unique terrarium glass shapes offer a majestic flair to your wedding celebration. This couple chose more neutral flowers to ensure the shapes stood out.

Source: 100 Layer Cake

Photo credit: 2nd Truth Photography

Woodland Wonder

Start with a wood cookie base and build your centerpiece from there. Try various flowers, sticks and moss to get the look you want.

Source: Wedding Chicks

Photo credit: Alex Bee Photo

Lay the Leaves

Maximize on the gorgeous fall colors by bringing in colorful leaves for your centerpieces. Lay them across the table so everyone can enjoy!

Source: Colin Cowie Weddings

Photo credit: Foskett Creative

Spring Dreams

Let candles do the main work by choosing different shapes and sizes. Add in herbs and other green plants to match the style of this classic spring wedding.

Source: Bridal Musings

Photo credit: Divine Day Photography

Cloche Up

Use a glass cloche to capture a favorite memory. Guests will enjoy having a "cloche up" of you and your new spouse.

Source: Brides

Photo credit: Steve Steinhardt Photography

Majestic Moss

Boost your earthy look by using moss as a table marker. The glass coche will keep it looking classy and fresh.

Source: Brides

Photo credit: Hank and Hunt

Branching Out

Trim your favorite trees and place them in beautiful glass vases. This tree loving look can be decorated with candles and complementary flowers.

Source: Bridal Guide

Photo credit: Deborah Zoe Photography

Highly Elegant

Choose tall vases for a sophisticated tone. This couple decided on white flowers with hints of color, making their arrangements rich with texture.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Lauren Michelle

Light and Airy

This bursting bouquet is made of beautiful flowers and ferns. Use a similar assortment of flowers to create this level of volume.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Megan W Photography

Birchwood Delight

Birchwood creates a special feel because it's a white wood instead of the typical brown. Delight your guests by utilizing thick or thin wood slices in your centerpieces.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: White Ivory Photography

Light Up the Night

Add branches to a sleek vase with small white lights. There's no doubt your guests will feel the winter charm.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Stephen Whiting for Rob Spring Photography

Tall Beauty

Reinforce the beauty of your wedding with tall vases and roses. Arrange thin and thick greens for a robust bouquet.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: McCardell Photography

Color Me Pink

Select a variety of pink blooms and white accents to recreate this look. Complement the color pattern with pink and purple candles.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Carrie King Photographer

A Perfect Match

Easy to pair with any color scheme, a mostly white bouquet provides flexibility. The gold vases used in this arrangement add to the elegant aura.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Blue Rose Photography

Naturally Woodsy

This couple used an array of colors and tied it all together with complementary candles. The berry stems pack an extra colorful punch.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Vicki Grafton Photography

Sun Kiss

Yellow and white flowers offer brightness to any celebration. This couple chose big blooms like sunflowers along with smaller blooms to even out the arrangement.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: 1985Luke Photography

Creamy Pinks

Use the rose as a starting point to design a bouquet that flourishes. Pink, purple and white go well together when a splash of green is added.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Catherine Guidry Photography

Add Some Signage

Brighten up your celebration with vibrant flowers and a fun sign. Your guests will appreciate the thoughtful touch.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Melissa & Beth Wedding Photography

Freshly Festive

Host a spring wedding with lively tulip centerpieces. Keep the green stems for a fully fresh look.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Allison Maxwell Photography

A Cheery Look

Help your guests get in the celebrating spirit with an array of bright flowers. Alter the height of each vase for a unique look.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Day 7 Photography

White Wedding

Go all white with silver accents for a stunning celebration. This will keep the festivities light and cheery.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Bo & Daniel of CLY By Matthew

Vintage Classic

This couple chose David Austin roses and lush greenery to create a gorgeous arrangement. While this is set outdoors, the centerpiece would also complement an indoor celebration.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Jennings King Photography

Big, Green and Beautiful

A variety of colors splashed with eucalyptus and other greenery makes this centerpiece healthy and vibrant. Notice how beautiful it looks when the height of the arrangements are altered.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Audrey Norman

Stunning Mix

Doesn't this arrangement just catch your eye? Pair soft pink flowers with wine colored blooms to recreate this stunning look.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Tamara Gruner Photography

Stand Out Bouquet

This splendidly simple bouquet has it all with various roses and other blooms. It enhances the table without overpowering it.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Meghan Mehan Photography

Lady in Red

With the red as a focal point, this arrangement catches your attention. Like this couple, you can balance the red with other hues like pink, blue and white.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Michelle March

Simple Nature Lover

Recreate this simple and meaningful centerpiece with favorite photos placed inside wooden frames. Decorate with succulents and candles.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Mady Snaps Photography

Spring Simplicity

Mix succulents with small blooming bouquets. This type of playful look offers a fun nature to the big celebration.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Anna Roussos

All Shapes and Sizes

This couple chose various glass containers and candleholders for their succulents and other greens. Add in flowers to this variety if it matches your wedding theme.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Red Balloon Photography

Grand Garden

Create a garden look with wooden boxes and herbal greens. Don't forget to intersperse flowers and candles to round out the look.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Will Pursell Photography

Cake-Like Bouquet

This arrangement almost looks like a wedding cake! Its soft hydrangeas and delicious-looking roses make this a centerpiece your guests will remember.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Nautical Studios

Poppin' Pink

Hydrangeas and eucalyptus surround the bright pink center of this bouquet. Try a similar approach to make the pink pop at your wedding.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Lauren Werkheiser Photography

Antique Wheat

Design a vintage feel with orange, white and green hues. Throw in wheat for an earthy look that's sure to catch your guest's attention.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: E Schmidt Photography

A Few of My Favorite Things

Gather your favorite items, like books or teacups, to design a centerpiece that fully represents you. Toss in a small bouquet of flowers to bring a traditional edge to this unique approach.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Photo credit: Stefania Bowler Photography

Country Chic

This couple selected a handful of country colors to create chic table decor. The antlers add a natural and trendy edge to the celebration.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Peaceful Forest

This serene forest decor creates a relaxing and comfortable ambience for wedding guests. Recreate this woodsy look with ferns, antlers, leaves and candles.

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

Magical Forest

This couple created an entirely mystical forest with moss and butterflies. They certainly brought the magic to their wedding celebration!

Source: Wedding Paper Divas

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