Wedding Flower Centerpieces



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Wedding flower centerpieces don't have to be huge . . . you can create a charming look by clustering smaller arrangements together that harmonize in color and size.

Group small designs that have just one or two roses, and tuck in some filler flower such as waxflower. Fragrant pale pink hyacinths and a ring of white stock make a delicious scent as well as a beautiful look.

pink rose centerpieces



Even consider small woven baskets, nestling miniature spray roses topped with a lovely satin ribbon. One of these at each setting creates a personal touch if there is not enough room on the table for large centerpieces.

pink wedding centerpiece



This design would work equally well for fall, outdoor or casual weddings. The warm cinnamon brown of the pot blends perfectly with the cheerful yellow and orange Gerbera daisies. The bright spring green of the Belles of Ireland make a nice contrast.

fall wedding centerpiece



I love browsing for unique containers. Tucking a few roses surrounded by a ring of contrasting waxflower makes a bright spot on a table.

simple wedding centerpiece



"Dressing vases" is becoming a fashionable way to brighten up a design. You don't necessarily need a bow, but see how the addition of some wired ribbon and a few sparkle rhinestones in the throats of the roses makes this design "different" from all the other rose bouquets.

rose wedding vase







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