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 celebrated 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 complement 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!
- 1. Pinwheel Wedding
- 2. Apothecary Centerpiece
- 3. Fresh Herb Centerpieces
- 4. Cupcake Centerpiece
- 5. DIY Centerpieces
- 6. Suspended Wedding Centerpieces
- 7. Upside-Down Flower Goblets
- 8. Lemon and Blueberry Crate Centerpiece
- 9. Baby’s Breath Wedding Centerpiece
- 10. Epic Star Wars Wedding Centerpiece
- 11. Elegant + Romantic Seaside Portofino Wedding
- 12. Balloon Wedding Centerpiece
- 13. Vintage Oil Lamps Centerpiece
- 14. Pampas Grass Wedding Centerpiece
- 15. Funny Wedding Signs Centerpiece
- 16. Gems & Geodes Wedding Centerpiece
- 17. Winter Wedding Centerpiece
- 18. Books For Wedding Centerpieces
- 19. Apple Wedding Centerpiece
- 20. Palm Springs Leaves Wedding
- 21. Candy-Centric Wedding Centerpiece
1. Pinwheel Wedding
This is a fun and whimsical option for a summertime wedding. You can make this centerpiece yourself by hot-gluing small colorful pinwheels to skewers and placing them in a vase. Fill the vase with brightly colored flowers to really make the pinwheels pop.
2. Apothecary Centerpiece
This is a beautiful and elegant option for a winter wedding. Fill tall glass vases with branches, berries, and candles. Surround the vases with snowflake cutouts for an extra touch of magic. This is also a great option for couples who want a vintage-inspired wedding. You can find apothecary jars at most craft stores, or you can search for them online. Fill the jars with flowers, candles, or even candy to create unique and beautiful centerpieces.
3. Fresh Herb Centerpieces
For a rustic or country-themed wedding, consider using fresh herbs as your centerpieces. Fill mason jars or other glass containers with water and place a few sprigs of rosemary, lavender, or other herbs in each one. You can also add some small flowers to the jars for a pop of color.
4. Cupcake Centerpiece
This is a great option if you want to have a dessert table at your wedding. Place a large cupcake stand in the middle of the table and fill it with delicious cupcakes. You can decorate the cupcakes with frosting or edible flowers to match your wedding theme.
5. DIY Centerpieces
If you’re on a budget or you just want to get creative, there are plenty of DIY centerpiece ideas that you can try. Check out Pinterest or wedding blogs for some inspiration, and then get to work crafting your own unique centerpieces.
6. Suspended Wedding Centerpieces
For a truly unique look, try suspending your centerpieces from the ceiling. This is a great option if you have high ceilings or you want to make a statement. You can suspend vases, lanterns, flowers, or anything else that you can think of. Just make sure that whatever you use is safe and will not fall and hurt anyone.
7. Upside-Down Flower Goblets
This is a fun and unusual twist on the traditional flower centerpiece. Turn goblets upside down and place a small bouquet of flowers in each one. You can use real or artificial flowers for this, and you can even add some greenery or baby’s breath for extra color and texture.
8. Lemon and Blueberry Crate Centerpiece
For a summery feel, fill a crate with lemons and blueberries. Place a few votive candles in the crate and light them for a beautiful and fragrant centerpiece. You can also add some greenery or herbs to the crate for extra color.
9. Baby’s Breath Wedding Centerpiece
If you want something simple and elegant, baby’s breath is the perfect option. Fill a vase with water and add a few stems of the baby’s breath. You can also add some greenery or other flowers to the vase for extra color.
10. Epic Star Wars Wedding Centerpiece
For all of the Star Wars fans out there, this is an incredibly epic way to show your fandom on your big day. A giant Death Star made out of flowers is definitely a conversation starter, and it’s sure to please any guests who are also fans of the franchise. If you’re looking for a truly unique wedding centerpiece, this is definitely it!
11. Elegant + Romantic Seaside Portofino Wedding
If you’re dreaming of a romantic seaside wedding, then this Portofino-inspired centerpiece is just what you need. It features a beautiful arrangement of coral and shells, along with some stunning blooms in shades of pink and white. It’s the perfect way to bring the beauty of the sea to your big day!
12. Balloon Wedding Centerpiece
For a fun and festive option, fill a vase with water and add some helium-filled balloons. Tie the balloons to the vase with ribbon or string to keep them in place. You can also add some confetti or streamers to the vase for extra color and fun.
13. Vintage Oil Lamps Centerpiece
This is a truly unique centerpiece idea that is sure to add some personality to your reception tables. Vintage oil lamps are filled with fresh flowers and arranged in a way that is both elegant and eye-catching. If you’re looking for something a little different, this is definitely it!
14. Pampas Grass Wedding Centerpiece
For a truly unique and eye-catching centerpiece, try using pampas grass. This beautiful dried grass can be arranged in a variety of ways, and it’s the perfect way to add some texture and interest to your tables. Pampas grass is also very versatile, so it can be used in a variety of wedding styles.
15. Funny Wedding Signs Centerpiece
One of the most important aspects of your wedding day is the decorations. After all, they set the tone for the entire event! If you’re looking for something unique, why not try a sign centerpiece? You can find these online or at craft stores, and they make a great addition to any table. Plus, they’re easy to personalize with your own text or images.
16. Gems & Geodes Wedding Centerpiece
For something a little out of the box, this gems and geodes wedding centerpiece is definitely it. It features a beautiful arrangement of colorful stones and crystals, along with some stunning blooms in shades of pink and purple. It’s the perfect way to add a touch of intrigue to your big day!
17. Winter Wedding Centerpiece
If you’re planning a winter wedding, then this is the perfect centerpiece for you. It features a beautiful arrangement of pineals, along with some stunning blooms in shades of white and blue. It’s the perfect way to bring the beauty of the season to your big day!
18. Books For Wedding Centerpieces
For a truly unique wedding centerpiece, why not use books? It’s a great way to add personality to your tables, and it’s also a great conversation starter. You can use novels that are significant to you and your spouse, or you can choose books that have beautiful covers. Either way, it’s sure to be a hit!
19. Apple Wedding Centerpiece
This is a fun and unique way to show your love of all things fall on your big day. An apple wedding centerpiece is perfect for a rustic or country-themed wedding, and it’s sure to please any guests who are also fans of the season. If you’re looking for a truly unique way to celebrate your big day, this is definitely it!
20. Palm Springs Leaves Wedding
This Palm Springs-inspired centerpiece is perfect for any desert-themed wedding. It features a beautiful arrangement of leaves and succulents, along with some stunning blooms in shades of orange and yellow. It’s the perfect way to bring the beauty of the desert to your big day!
21. Candy-Centric Wedding Centerpiece
If you’re looking for a simple and elegant option, try a candle centerpiece. Place some pillar candles in hurricane vases and fill the bottom of the vase with sand, rocks, or beads. You can also add some flowers or greenery around the candles for a more natural look.