Sunday, February 27, 2011

21 Unique Wedding Centerpiece Ideas

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I love it when I see brides get creative with their wedding centerpieces. The right table decor seamlessly ties together the sincerity of the ceremony with the celebration atmosphere of the reception. Handmade is definitely in while bland, boring flower vase designs are definitely out. Steer away from the standard decor options (mirrors, floating candles, feathers) and opt to share a little bit of your personality with each and every table.

Remember, some wedding centerpieces compliment a wedding theme while others are specifically meant to be a main, bold focal point of the day. Knowing the difference is the key.

Enjoy the lovelies below and I'd love to know which one of these wedding centerpiece ideas is your favorite!


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Pinwheel Wedding
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Burlap + Mason Jar

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Twig + Branches

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Origami Centerpiece

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Apothecary Centerpiece
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Fresh Herb Centerpieces

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Cupcake Centerpiece

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Lemon + Cage

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Yellow Poms

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Baby's Breath

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Fabric Flowers

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Upside-Down Wine Glasses

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Manzanita Branches

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Suspended Wedding Centerpieces

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Tapioca Wood + Moss

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Upside-Down Flower Goblets

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Succulent Centerpiece

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Margarita Glass Centerpiece

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Straw + Wheat

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Rustic Vintage

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Pale Vintage
Yellow flowers with this would be divine.


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22 comments:

  1. I love the pinwheels, fabric flowers, and all things with twigs. And burlap - I'm totally into burlap right now too!

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  2. I love the upside down wine glass with the candles and the martini glass centerpiece. So many creative things can be done for centerpieces. I try to convey that on my blog that flowers are not the only option. You can have something unique, elegant, quirky or whatever may match your style by using simple everyday pieces.

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  3. The upside down wine glasses are so creative and look fantastic! The twigs, burlap, and rustic vintage are also favorites of mine.

    Carolina

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  4. Love these ideas but my favorite is the lemon cage...

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  5. I like the twigs, but with some more dried flowers attached to them. I also like the straw and wheat. The suspended flowers are kind of cool for the main table. Thanks, Karen

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  6. Suspended Wedding Centerpieces-excellent idea!! I love it! And baby breath-so pure and airy! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I love the fabric flowers

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  8. Where can I buy some of those fabric flowers. I am very interested. sneucere@hotmail.com

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  9. Oh my, i love the babies breath! this is def. what im using!! thanks so much

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  10. What kind of vases where used in the babies breath?
    mikkis09.ms@gmail.com

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  11. The baby's breath centerpiece is stunning!

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  12. These are all breath taking! Wonderful in all and I can't decide which one to choose!

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  13. I really enjoy the origami centerpiece idea but can't find the pattern anywhere! Does anyone know where I can get it from? Thanks. kahluakahala@yahoo.com

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  14. Is that an LED light inside the martini glass centerpiece?

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  15. I love seeing brides go with creative centerpieces. They have so much impact on every table and they make a wedding more memorable.

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  16. All these centerpieces are amazing!

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  17. I'm thinking a wine glass upside down, on a decorative plate with water and a floating rose inside. Then, on top of the bottom of the wine glass a large rose, decorated down the stem of the glass with mini roses or what ever your choice flowers. ????

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  18. You always share the best DIY projects :)

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  19. Those up-side down flower goblets are pretty cool!

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