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Wedding Centerpieces

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Many of the centerpieces could be DIY while others require a professional floral designer. Respectful of all budgets, we showcase homemade wedding centerpieces as well as tall, elaborate wedding centerpieces. One thing to remember about flowers is that you will get the best price if you choose flowers in season. And don’t forget about using silk flowers for your wedding. Silk flowers have greatly improved over the years-and they won’t wilt in the hot Texas sun if you are having an outdoor wedding. For artificial flowers consider the Saleplace. They have a huge selection at great prices.

wedding floral centerpieces

This purple and pink flower centerpiece pops against the white background.

wedding lantern centerpieces

Wedding lantern centerpieces are great for a western or rustic wedding.

Tall wedding centerpieces are very popular this wedding season.

Tall wedding centerpieces are very popular this wedding season.

unique wedding centerpieces

For a unique wedding centerpiece, decorate a basket with fruit and roses.

pink-wedding-centerpieces

Wedding centerpieces don’t have to be elaborate to be elegant.

non floral centerpieces

How about this carved watermelon for a non floral centerpiece? Perfect for a beach theme.

tulip centerpieces weddings

We love the flowers around the base of the this tulip centerpiece.

tall wedding centerpieces

These tall wedding centerpieces look expensive, but you can easily make them yourself. Get the branches at a craft store and spray paint them gold or silver.

mason jar centerpieces

These mason jar centerpieces with wildflowers are perfect for a backyard wedding.

elegant wedding centerpieces

The Protea flower is one of my favorites and always makes an elegant arrangement.

candle wedding centerpieces

Candle wedding centerpieces are easy to make and look so elegant!

 

Wedding Centerpieces was last modified: December 5th, 2016 by Rachel Sommer