Flowers, beautiful and fragrant will take a huge chunk out of your décor budget. This may be fine if you desire carefully arranged centerpieces with minimal flowers. Many brides are finding that looks that they fall in love with need more flowers than they thought. If this is the case or you are not “a flower person”, consider the option of having non-floral centerpieces. Yes, it’s possible! You have several options, in several mediums:
Nouveau Romantic Wedding Centerpiece made of white paper doilies suspended over a table and adorning the backs of wooden banquet chairs; white paper flowers in various vases with ornaments. Both from Martha Stewart.
Gilded Branch and Leaf centerpiece; Tall maple leaves in tall vase; Bountiful dried grains and grasses tied with a large satin bow; Gorgeous blossom branches in opaque vases; all from Martha Stewart; Hanging crystal balls hang from a tree centerpiece from Art Star Photography; Silver painted tree with hanging crystals from Brides.com
White painted fruit with silver millinery leaves sits atop of a ceramic white cake stand for a monochromatic look; Delicious and bright yellow lemons and grapefruit centerpiece piled high with organza ribbon showcases the event menu; Gilded fruit in bronze and golden shades are stacked in tiered stands and in bowls for a striking look against soft linens. All from Martha Stewart.
Assortment of large shells and painted Manzanita branches to resemble coral surround a hurricane with a bright white candle from Martha Stewart; Stacked starfish in a wide cylinder surrounding by votives placed in cups with a sand base from Millie Holloman Photography
Glass flutes filled with small golden ornaments in various shades to mimic champagne bubbles from Martha Stewart; Purple ornaments in matte and glossy finishes fill crystal bowls, flutes and tea light holders; Large red ornaments stacked onto crystal candle holders atop of a red runners; Ornaments filled in tall square vase and glass bowl offer dimension, just as tall cylinders of various sizes are filled with different color ornaments do the same.
Soft color tapers in a mix of glass crystal candle holders of varying styles from Martha Stewart; Long banquet tables have an impact with square pillars going down the center; Round pillars on mix and match wooden candlestick holders are paired with votive holders with hurricanes for an eclectic look; A classic and rustic look with pillar candles in iron lanterns of various heights entwined with branches and rocks; Votives placed casually around raised centerpieces consisting of floating candles in glass bowls, photo by Jennifer Dery
What are your favorites?