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At this real wedding, tables were dotted with steel buckets displaying arrangements of roses, hydrangeas, craspedia, delphinium, salidago, and freesia, as well as chalkboard signs with "happily," "ever," and "after" written on them.
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Arrangements of eucalyptus leaves, carnations, lavender, and cotton blooms are housed in various glass vessels, while gold painted pomegranates accent the tables at this rustic barn wedding.
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Ranunculus, hydrangeas, and Queen Anne's lace atop hand-cut oak rounds create a woodsy, autumnal palette.
A table arrangement of grains including wheat and dried grasses, found at craft stores, celebrates the bounty of fall.
Limbs from a Japanese maple tree inserted into a tall vase create an eye-catching arrangement.
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.
A variety of wildflowers, each bunched together in individual vases, creates a sophisticated and budget-friendly decoration.
For this enchanted-forest theme wedding, garden roses, sea oats, and blackberry brambles are arranged in vases wrapped in stained birch bark.
Roses, dahlias, mums, scabiosa, bittersweet, pieris seed heads, beech foliage, and gilded leaves combine in this lush arrangement.
A white-pumpkin shell becomes the vase for an arrangement of roses, daffodils, ranunculuses, calla lilies, tulips, and hypericum berries in fall colors
Large, open peonies settle into nests of twisted fern vines.
Manzanita branches -- accented with wrapped vases of ivory garden roses, fringed tulips, ranunculus, tallow-berry branches, and cotton -- convey the simple beauty of the great outdoors.
Cream and white dried ammobiums are set in Mason jars that are tied with twine for a down-home look.
English roses, herbs, and seasonal foliage sit atop slices of tree trunks.
Mismatched silver vessels brim with poppies, peonies, bromeliads, allium, grasses, and ferns for a plucked-from-nature look.
Wooden planters are filled with ranunculus, lisianthus, freesia, irises, stock, wax flowers, and pink and coral garden roses for a touch of color.
A painterly mix of green hydrangea, jade roses, and moss are arranged in cast-iron garden urns.
Gloriosa lilies, passion vine, maple leaves, fresh herbs, and dahlias in bark-wrapped vases, along with mushrooms, local foliage, and other forest accents, have a bucolic look.
Sleek arrangements of burgundy blooms like cymbidium orchids combine with sugar-maple leaves.
Wildflowers set in wood boxes are ideal for an outdoor affair.
Logs of white birch with hollowed-out holes house sweet arrangements of white hydrangea.
A surprising element of crab apples jazzes up this arrangement of red and orange garden roses.
Arrangements of flowering branches make striking centerpieces.
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