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Budget table arrangements for your wedding.
Let balloons rise to the occasion as a simple yet stylish way to fill a big space. The secret to a grown-up look? A simple color palette. Attach them to ribbons to make garlands for the ceiling.
Fresh German chamomile is placed in a jar, then enclosed in a white paper bag for an exuberant centerpiece that is also economical.
White bowls and platters are filled with navel oranges, clementines, and kumquats, while lemon leaves and white gardenias, orchids, and stephanotis add contrast.
Slip plain white lunch bags over containers brimming with small white blooms for arrangements that look farmer's-market fresh.
Gorgeous paper magnolias are a wilt-free way to incorporate these beautiful harbingers of spring into an eye-popping centerpiece.
A table arrangement of grains, such as wheat and dried grasses, found at craft stores celebrates the bounty of fall.
Farmers'-market greenery, like oregano, basil, and tarragon, add a homey, organic feel to sleek modern pots.
Ripe fruits symbolize abundance and fertility -- and make delicious favors. Tomatoes look beautiful and enticing in this rustic Tuscan-inspired display.
A cluster of potted zinnias adds charm to the table at a country or casual wedding.
Mix inexpensive blooms like miniature daisies, doily-shaped Queen Anne's lace, and baby's breath to create a show-stopping centerpiece.
These cloudlike arrangements of baby's breath and white hydrangeas are placed in vintage tureens.
A mix of farm-grown flowers create an arrangement full of color and texture.
Branches adorned with origami cherry blossoms are an inexpensive way to incorporate this springtime bloom year-round.
Fresh blooms picked from a local farm make up these down-home centerpieces.
Simple and sublime, 'Inge' and 'Toscanini' roses float in an old-fashioned fishbowl.
Cool-Weather Wedding Flowers
DIY Flower Garlands
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DIY Wedding Centerpieces
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