Floral is a beautiful, magical, wonderful thing that can truly change the feel of any setting. When we say your wedding flowers can feel like you and shape the design of your wedding day, we mean it! Below are six different wedding table centerpieces to give you some amazing inspiration but to also showcase just how different floral design can make a space feel! Believe it or not – all of these floral arrangements are using the same styling products. That is, the same plates, cups, silverware, vases, and more! You’ll notice that they all look and feel so different.
Rose Garland & Long Centerpieces
Styling your wedding tables is important. You want the different elements to feel like you and mesh well together. For our traditional and classic brides, take inspiration from this lush rose garland and long wedding table centerpieces! The fluffy roses fill the table beautifully while the colors compliment the styling pieces perfectly. Your eye is drawn to all elements equally, one is not overpowering the other! If one long garland isn’t quite for you, consider doing elongated wedding table centerpieces instead. They provide a very similar vibe but don’t take up the entirety of the dinner table! Plus, they can be more budget-friendly.
Hanging Installation Tablescape
If you really want to go all out and WOW your guests, consider adding a hanging floral installation to your wedding table design. These work better logistically, and financially, for smaller weddings or intimate elopements due to their size and how much attention they draw in. When creating your tablescape with a hanging installation, make sure to incorporate similar elements seen in the hanging floral piece on the table as well. Include similar colors, pops of the blooms used in the installation, etc. This option will give you a tonnnn of space on the table and not get in the way of conversation. But, this wedding table centerpiece will also be a conversation starter!
Tropical Wedding Table Centerpieces
Keeping it calm and cool is our tropical table inspiration. We adore how effortless this design feels. Perfect for our couples getting married on the beach or looking for a laid-back vibe. Contrasting the grandness of the hanging floral installation idea, these tropical floral centerpieces are easy and breezy. Small to medium-sized centerpieces line the table, drawing your eye throughout the space. We love how relaxed this design makes us feel, good thing we’ll all have a drink in our hands toasting to you around a table like this!
Greenery & Plant-Focused Centerpieces
Plant parents — this is for you. You may not have thought about it, but you can totally incorporate your fave plants into your wedding table centerpieces! Bring in a variety of plants and accent them with floral blooms. Depending on the size of your plants you may have some surrounding your tables filling your reception space. If you want to feel transported into the most elegant greenhouse, then this inspiration is perfect for you!
Simple Floral Frog With End Pieces
We’re keeping it simple but still making a statement with this simple floral frog-decorated table accented by two amazing end pieces. A great idea for a sweetheart or head table, this tablescape is effortlessly cool. Feeling airy, modern, and sleek, you and your guests will be admiring this design alllll night – guaranteed! If you’re considering repurposing your ceremony florals this could be a great place to do so. Take those aisle markers and frame yourselves with some statement floral pieces.
Brighter Centerpieces & Anthurium Bud Vases
Adding a pop of color is always a ton of fun. Bringing in one or two bright colors will energize the environment and keep guests engaged all night long! By throwing in one or two vibrant blooms into the arrangements your eye will carry thorough the design admiring every single detail. I mean how amazzzzeeee are these anthurium in those adorable bud vases?!
Bring your wedding table centerpieces to life with florals and watch the space transform before your eyes! If you’re ready to dream up your wedding day design send us an inquiry, we would love to chat flowers with you!! Head on over to our contact form to reach out.
Photographer: Karra Leigh Photography