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Table arrangements for your wedding that feature fruits and vegetables.
Following nature's lead, fruit is left on the vine or branch to create alluring arches in this centerpiece.
Purple artichokes provide an unexpected element to this arrangement of burgundy and violet dahlias, orange tulips, 'James Story' orchids, ranunculus, and calla lilies.
The natural lines of lemon boughs create balanced curves in this arrangement of jonquils, amaryllis, anemones, lilacs, hellebore, and speckled foliage.
Baskets brimming with fruit add a charming, bucolic touch to a wedding.
Ripe fruits symbolize abundance and fertility -- and make delicious favors. Tomatoes look beautiful and enticing in this rustic Italian-inspired display.
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.
Sparkling sugared lemons accented with verdant eucalyptus sit atop white compotes.
White bowls and platters are filled with navel oranges, clementines, and kumquats, while lemon leaves and white gardenias, orchids, and stephanotis add contrast.
Flowers with Greenery
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