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Table arrangements for your wedding in garden greens.
An arrangement of sweet peas, tweedia, and muscari complement a soft seaglass color palette.
Ruffly hydrangeas and viburnums look like a hedgerow atop this Nantucket basket-inspired weave of ribbon.
Centerpieces of viburnum, snowberry, bells of Ireland, asclepias pods, and carnations in salt-glass vessels exude the feel of warm modernity.
Potted topiaries are placed in metal beach buckets that are painted in coordinating hues.
Floral bunches in cones, grouped together in vases, offer an impressive and economical solution to both decor and favors.
These mini terrariums make chic table decor when grouped en masse -- and they double as favors, too!
Enamel pails overflowing with fresh green and white hydrangeas are charming at an informal reception.
Farmers'-market greenery, like oregano, basil, and tarragon, planted in sleek pots gives modern containers an organic feel.
This clear glass footed bowl is overflowing with fresh green fruit -- quince, grapes, Anjou pears, apples, and chinaberries -- and delicate flowers. Variegated ivy and white blooming clematis vines form graceful twirls around the mount of fruit.
A white footed bowl holds an arrangement evocative of shade gardens, with tweedia, hydrangea, ornamental green dates, maidenhair ferns, nigella, chinaberries, mint, and gomphrena.
Containers brimming with California bay laurel garlands punctuated with persimmons, figs, raspberry branches, and passion fruit run down the center of this elongated reception table.
Budding seedlings placed in sleek sake cups get grouped together on tables for a centerpiece and favor display full of visual interest.
Curled sago palm leaves, roses, ranunculus, orchids, and a single spike of Asplenium 'Crispy Wave' create a summery arrangement inspired by tropical blooms.
Nerines, hydrangea, and roses mingle in a centerpiece atop a sequined fuchsia tablecloth.
Wood blocks embellished with succulents, craspedia, and vintage metal numbers are the perfect adornment for modern tabletops.
Vintage compotes are filled to create displays of flora and peacock feathers.
A painterly mix of green hydrangea, jade roses, and moss are arranged in cast-iron garden urns.
Centerpieces of wheat grass in pewter cachepots create a pop of color against pristine white tables.
Low centerpieces constructed of Spode vessels are filled with garden roses, parrot tulips, green viburnum, dark-blue delphinium, lilacs, sweetpeas, green amaranthus, and hydrangea.
Locally grown dahlias mixed with succulents, green wheat, and pods make a striking statement when placed in porcelain Italian beakers and cylinders wrapped in pages from vintage books.
Soaring Bells of Ireland, native dogwood branches, and tulips are anchored by a trio of simple flower groupings.
Tall centerpieces overflow with lush greenery.
Mini arrangements of branches, wax flowers, moss, hanging amaranthus, and roses create a sweet table decor.
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