The unique centerpieces pictured below can be duplicate in various colors to blend with your wedding color scheme. The first features a clear glass cylinder vase filled with rose petals. It sits in a square tray also filled with rose petals. The corsage flower on the side can be made and attached with corsage magnets through the glass.
This hand tied rose bouquet is wound with purple decorative wire and topped with a dome of the same wire. Dropped into a square cut clear glass vase, it is a vision of beauty.
Unique centerpieces combining clear glass with florals displayed on the inside is very chic now. These four blush calla lilies are submerged under water and displayed in a clear glass vase. You must attach the flowers to the bottom to ensure they won't float upwards. You can use an
Mini Deco Foam Holder
held fast to the bottom of the vase with florist's clay or substitute a heavy floral frog pin.
With this unusual piece, the flowers are on the OUTSIDE instead of the inside! Use floral glue to attach the heads of button mums to the outside of a cylinder vase. This is certainly one of the most different style of unusual centerpieces featured on this page.
Lush layers of deep greens and reds create a most interesting centerpiece. Hypericum berries, deep red carnations and red tulips create wonderful rows in this Biedermeier style bouquet.
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A gorgeous ring of roses, woven with lemon grasses and trailing hypericum berries makes a striking presentation on this bridal table.
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