Appealing wedding table centerpieces are the key to an elegant backdrop.
Beautify your reception with these visually striking wedding table centerpieces. Add interest with everything from organic
florals to creative alternative arrangements.
Collected arrangements of peonies, roses, hydrangeas, and various herbs emphasize a casual garden theme.
A large arrangement, featuring tulips, garden roses, sweet peas, hydrangeas, and viburnums in shades of white and pink is a stunning centerpiece for the escord card table.
Orange roses and pink hydrangeas bring a pop of color to these reception tables. Bud vases with single stems of orange roses add extra pizzazz.
'Bridal Wreath' spirea is the focal point of this modern table setting. Smaller containers with white blooms such as peonies and gardenias complement the spirea.
Small arrangements of ranunculus, mint, billy balls, and freesia line the dinner table. Vibrant shades of yellow, orange, and green set a cheerful, playful tone for the event.
Rather than elaborate floral arrangements, the bride wanted the dining room's four tables to be glowing with candlelight. "I thought the gleaming silver candelabras really complemented the room," she says. Tablesettings were inspired by the elaborate sets in the movie Titanic—and its transatlantic connection.
Vases with peonies, dusty miller, iris, and white stock graced the dining tables of this rustic Texas-style wedding.
Country meadow flowers in a bold berry palette set the scene. The bride incorporated her family's heirloom collection of silver vases and candelabras to decorate the tables.
The bride and her friends assembled the centerpieces with astilbe, love-in-a-mist, hydrangea, and rose for an intimate, backyard wedding.
A single peony and sprig of Spanish lavendar adorn a rustic mason jar arrangement. Eggs from the on-site chicken coop also adorn the cocktail hour tables.
A lovely box of roses matches the pink and white seersucker tablecloth.
Bright yellow sunflowers and roses adorn the tables at a casual wedding reception.
White hydrangeas and roses are arranged next to croquet balls, hand painted with table numbers.
An arrangement of peach-colored roses and white hydrangeas pay homage to the classic Southern fruit and reinforce the wedding's theme.
Blue hydrangeas and white daisies submerged in a vase with oranges complete the look for a quintissentially Southern wedding.
Mason jars tied with raffia hold wild dasies to create a beautifully simple centerpiece.
Yellow roses and hydrangeas are combined with a variety of green foliage to give these wooden farm tables an earthy, natural beauty.
Old wedding photographs from the bride's and groom's relatives are used to adorn branches in the table centerpieces.
Arrangements of peonies, garden roses, and hydrangeas in pink and white hues accent white tables.
White roses, blue sea holly, and sapphire berry add pizzazz to a vintage collegiate wedding in Georgetown blue.
Mums, roses, and freesia are contained in separate glass vases and wrapped in yellow ribbon.
Herb and wildflower centerpieces, paired with mismatched tablecloths, lend a fanciful, homespun vibe.
A recent trip to Paris influenced the soft, romantic feel of this wedding. The reception tent had the feel of a Parisian parlor with gorgeous arrangements of pink roses, peach blossoms, and white tulips.
Instead of traditional flowers, the ceremony tables are lined with lemon trees. When the bride saw the tables, she was moved to tears. "I pictured my whole family there celebrating our marriage, and it felt so whimsical–like it was out of Alice in Wonderland, rather than real life."
Orchids, peonies, tulips, and kermit mums in bright pink, orange, and green saturate the tables with color.
Pink roses and hyacinths mingle with succulents in this fresh pink and white arrangement.
A layered, vividly colored look peppered with bright peonies, billy balls, and mums dresses the tables.
'Coral Charm' peonies and pink and white hydrangeas add a pop of color to the primarily black-and-white decor.
Roses, dahlias, David Austin roses, and stock in muted blush tones such as peachy beige, rosy burled wood, and frosted almond give this centerpiece a timeless look.
White hydrangeas, scabiosa pods, and peach David Austin roses decorate the tables at a seated dinner.