Seven Perfect Centerpieces for your Wedding
Weddings and flowers go hand in hand; it’s important to know what flowers will pair well together for your special day. Can’t live without the classics like roses and peonies? Mix things up a bit by pairing them with unique blooms like protea and ranunculus!
To help you create the perfect wedding centerpieces for your big day, FTD created these seven wedding centerpiece ideas along with mood boards that are inspired by different color palettes. We’ve also included a helpful list of the flowers included below so that you can recreate them yourself. No matter what the theme of your wedding is, you’ll be sure to get inspired by these creative wedding centerpiece ideas!
The centerpiece, perfectly captured by Tina Jay Photography, is made up of garden roses, hydrangea, ginestra, ranunculus, tulips, anemone, clematis, and dahlia.
Event planner LVL Weddings, and floral designer Florals by Jenny collaborated to create this centerpiece consisting of English roses, succulents, dahlias, lisianthus, dusty miller, snow on the mountain, passion fruit vine, and eucalyptus. Captured by photographer The Big Affair.
This centerpiece consists of carnations, kale flower, spray roses, eucalyptus, statice, dianthus, veronicas, and amaranthus. Photographed by Wanderlust Creatives.
This stylish and feminine centerpiece contains just three flowers, peonies, tuberoses, and tea roses.
White hydrangeas and light and dark purple stock flowers are the most prevalent here and are accented by purple calla lilies, orchids, and magnolia leaves. 2Birds Events arranged this lovely centerpiece and photographed by Kenzie Packrall.
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