Your wedding will likely be the biggest party you’ll ever throw—making it the perfect time to take the phrase “larger than life” literally. One of the most fun parts of planning a wedding is expressing yourself through your theme, style and décor—and this includes flowers. Your centerpieces play a major role in adding a personal flair to the ambience of your reception. Beautiful floral arrangements are always a major focal point during any wedding reception. If you want to ensure that your centerpieces make a lasting impression on your guests, it’s best to go tall. While smaller compote centerpieces are gorgeous in their own right, vertical arrangements are unexpected additions to wedding tables and are a sure way to wow your attendees as soon as they walk into the room. And the best part about these lofty arrangements? They can suit any wedding style. Check out these tall wedding centerpieces and get inspired.
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One of the best ways to light up your wedding reception is to use candle wedding centerpieces, which is timeless, classy and pretty, with an old-timey vibe that can be revamped for a modern feel or embraced for a celebration that’s packed with super romantic, vintage vibes. In the past few years, we saw a lot of wedding decorations with floating candles, and we’ll see more long taper candles with bright colors in the year of 2019. If you’re also a fan of taper candles wedding decorations, check out these gorgeous wedding decoration ideas I’ve rounded up and get inspired.
Bold, chic, fun and bright as sunshine! Sunflowers are cool to add rustic touch to your big day or your bridal shower whenever in spring, summer and autumn. Sunflowers are quite favorite among brides with sunny and cheerful yellow pastels, mostly used in a rustic wedding; sunflowers suitably match with other flowers and greenery which makes them good natural wedding decorations. Here’re I’ve rounded up these brilliant sunflower themed wedding centerpieces.
Burgundy and blush is one of the favorite color palettes for fall and winter weddings. This contrasting combo makes any wedding sophisticated and soft, have a look. Burgundy or marsala color is great to highlight that it’s a cold season, blush adds delicacy and sweetness to the décor. Flowers are number on thing that allows to show your color scheme, so go for moody burgundy dahlias and soft blush peonies or roses, add white and crimson if you think that these colors aren’t enough. Mix them for your bouquets, centerpieces, table runners and your floral arch. Here let’s take a look at these fabulous burgundy and blush wedding centerpieces.
One of the most popular styles of weddings right now is the industrial wedding look. From getting married in a warehouse to decorating your wedding with mixed metals, the industrial wedding style is a favorite of brides because of its versatility and its minimalist chic feeling. If you have ever wondered how you can pull this look off, we thought we would help with this super easy cheat sheet for one perfect looking industrial wedding. We’d love to start with industrial wedding centerpieces. Check out these amazing centerpieces ideas and get inspired.
I love candlesticks for adding height, shape and interest to a tablescape. Unfortunately, many venues do not allow “open flames” so candlesticks with taper candles in them are often banned unless there is glass hurricane around them. Regardless of these rules, I have collected some amazing candlestick looks, some of which don’t even use candles so they would be fine for any venue…enjoy!
Greenery wedding decor is easy way to add nature and style to your reception. Furthermore greenery wedding is popular and fashionable nowadays. It is a wonderful alternative to florals, which will give a lush look for your wedding. This wedding trend use budget friendly and naturally beautiful foliage, greenery and plants for example: lily grass, leather leaf, tree fern, galax, lavender, sage, monstera leaves, ivy, rosemary, cordyline and eucalyptus. Here’re some other posts about greenery wedding themes:
Give a stylish nod to the past with nostalgic details. Vintage weddings never go out of fashion. Many couples rock such ideas because vintage is charming, sweet and extremely romantic! Actually, creating a vintage centerpiece is not that hard, picking a vintage vase, bottle or even a kettle and add some beautiful flowers. Today I’ve rounded up some awesome vintage wedding centerpieces here and let’s get inspired.
Teacups and Roses | Yes Missy | Floral Occasions by Kelli | Happy Wedd | Wedding Forward | Wedding Ideas Mag | Good House Keeping
Elegant Wedding Invites | Deer Pearl Flowers | Tulle and Chantilly | Tak Photography | Cedar Wood Weddings | Something Turquoise
Rock My Wedding | June Bug Weddings | Hey Wedding Lady | Confetti | Style Me Pretty
I have seen some gorgeous wedding inspiration with mirrors recently, which can give a touch of luxury and elegance. They can be combined with any color you want, and also mirrors are perfectly combined with flowers and candles. There are many ways to use cooperate mirrors in your big day. I have rounded up these wedding decoration ideas I love most. Get a cup of coffee and also get inspired.
Wedding Signs: ETSY | Hey Wedding Lady | The Wedding Scoop
Wedding Centerpieces: Hi Miss Puff | Belle the Magazine | Elegant Wedding Invites | Hative
Seating Chart: Whimsical Wonderland Weddings | Belle the Magazine | Posy Florals | Mon Cheri Bridals | Want That Wedding