Flowers can be used as centerpieces at a wedding, being along with candles and champagne glasses some of the most popular wedding decorations
A lovely idea that incorporates flowers is to use classic white roses and lush greenery combined in a beautiful arrangement, like the one you see above. This decorative mix includes a large, but not tall, vase where flowers are placed and also a tray made from aluminium or stainless steel. Our recommendation is to use a mirror tray, that will reflect more beautifully the light provided by the candles placed next to this tray.
If you look for a casual centerpiece that could include flowers, try this combination of vintage perfume bottles and Mason jars, that can proudly present some lilacs, daffodils, scabiosa, pink Scotch broom, rosemary, sea holly, ranunculus and maidenhair ferns.
And here is a romantic centerpiece, made from hydrangeas, roses, ferns, spirea and dogwood. These flowers are placed in footed vessels for a luxurious touch. This centerpiece also includes a tablecloth made in a pale color and also a decoration representing the number of the table, in this case 2.
Manzanita branches, this is what you should use if you plan to have a rustic wedding party. These branches can be placed in the middle of the table and they can be accented with ranunculus, garden roses, fringed tulips, tallow-berry branches. Explore the beauty of the great outdoors by using these plants, which will not only spread a specific aroma, but they will also look good on tables.
And for the end, we have chosen these white dried ammobiums, placed in Mason jars. To offer a DIY flavor to this centerpiece, you can always tie these jars with twines, that will give a down-home look.