Wedding: Floral Centerpieces
Your centerpieces are the focal point of the reception tables – make them shine with your personality! We love these floral centerpieces from the modern to the traditional!
Our top tip: Height! We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, height creates a stunning centerpiece. If you are looking for a more dramatic, stop-your-guests-in-their-tracks table, use tall glass vases! Worried that your guests won’t be able to see each other across the table? No problem, use shorter centerpieces on the reception tables and save the dramatic centerpieces for your greeting table, buffet tables, and other side tables. All of your tables do not have to match, get creative!
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Images: The Knot
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Love the one with the green apples – they are
all so pretty!
They are all gorgeous!
These all look so beautiful!
Wow, all of the arrangements are gorgeous! Flowers always make such a huge statement at a wedding.
I love how you advise to mix and match… it creates such a cool ambiance when all the arrangements are different but yet in the same color scheme. LOVE IT!
These are stunning! Makes me want to plan a wedding all over again – same guy of course!! :)
Wow—I love all the flower centrepeices especially the hot pink. Just stunning
I have found everthing for the blue centerpieces except the tall, blue lighted branches. I have searched many websites, and the closest I can get to them is at Save-On-Crafts, but they are not the same as in the picture. They look cheap. Can you help me out? Where can I find the lighted branches in the photo? They seem more like tiny lit flowers to me.