To make sure that your wedding will be unique and remembered by all of your guests, group a few big and bold peonies together and you will create a memorable centerpiece. However, this is not all, because these peonies cannot be left on tables as they are, but placed into a transparent vase or why not, even in a tall glass. Also, if you invite your guests at the end of your wedding to take home a vase or glass from the ones available on tables, you have got your favors covered too.
Another idea that involves flowers as centerpieces is to gather some ranunculus, dahlias, scabiosa, zinnias, nerines and maiden-hair fern and place them on a lovely white tablecloth. If you know how these flowers look like, you know that they feature mainly the red color, so by combining red with white, you will manage to create a bold table setting, that will be very appreciated at an informal wedding.
Next, we recommend a white and yellow wedding centerpiece, made from tulips, sweet peas, jonquils, and ranunculus, gathered in mini bunches. This time, the recommendation is to use some opaque vases, which are usually made from ceramic, that cover perfectly the strains of the aforementioned flowers. These vases should feature the same color as the flowers they house: white and yellow. If they are entirely white, a creative marrying couple will place a band of thick yellow ribbon around each vase, to extend the crisp color scheme.
But not only flowers are appropriate to create unique centerpieces; candles are suitable for this task too. Use some square candle holders, that are made from paper, and which house small candles, creating the effect of some luminarias. The paper that is used for this type of centerpiece can be simple, but it can feature some exclusive designs as well, such as abstract patterns or surrealistic floral images.