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Tiny glass vessels helped arrangements of astrantia, white scilla, delphinium, parrot tulips, peonies, stock, rose, viburnum, thlaspi, and larkspur look lush and dramatic.
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Centerpieces of ranunculus, anemones, hellebores, allium, and cherry top small tables at this reception where guests could sit and relax.
Tall tapers stand in antique candle holders, with baby's breath en masse for a dramatic effect.
Arrangements of roses, hydrangeas, French tulips, phalaenopsis orchids, and Phlox trachelium in varying heights add even more visual interest to this glamorous ballroom.
Organic zinnias, Queen Anne's lace, and football mums are grouped together in small arrangements.
Decorate tables with small, clear vases, each containing a different type of white flower.
Long mahogany boxes house the many varied elements of this centerpiece, including floating candles, moss, roasted coffee beans, and orchids, which add height to the display.
Bulbous milk jugs, Paris flea-market finds, and chunky bottles hold romantic but understated elements like twigs, leaves, coral ferns, Japanese anemones, and peonies.
Tall, white taper candles and silver urns filled with dendrobium orchids create sophisticated centerpieces.
For this seaside tablescape, arrangements of white roses and calla lilies are set off by candles nestled into sand-filled glass vessels.
Mounds of white peonies, lisianthus, and feverfew create sweet centerpieces.
Peonies are placed in simple silver bowls for an understated and elegant look.
Classic white roses and lush greenery mix in this beautiful arrangement.
Centerpieces of cotton bolls, pine cones, evergreen sprigs, and flickering candles strike a seasonal tone.
Vintage perfume bottles and Mason jars hold daffodils, lilacs, pink Scotch broom, scabiosa, ranunculus, sea holly, rosemary, and maidenhair ferns.
Centerpieces made from hydrangeas, dogwood, spirea, roses, and fern are placed in footed vessels for a luxe touch.
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.
Create an "urban barn" feel by topping farm tables with groupings of ranunculus, hyacinths, seeded eucalyptus, stars of Bethlehem, and dahlias.
Groupings of white dahlias, tulips, hydrangeas, and chrysanthemums are placed in galvanized buckets in various sizes to create fresh, fragrant centerpieces.
Long-stemmed carnations are displayed in vintage racing trophies that are decorated with bright ribbon.
Oversized helium balloons tied with baker's twine to small rocks wrapped in red-and-white striped cotton shirting alternate with white bowls filled with cushion moss.
Bunches of white flowers in small groupings make for a striking tablescape.
This traditional arrangement is simple but classic.
These cloudlike arrangements of baby's breath and white hydrangeas are placed in vintage tureens.
Place a lush and romantic arrangement of organic dahlias, chocolate cosmos, chocolate geraniums, white garden roses, and white sweet peas in a silver vessel, such as a candy dish.
Tall cobalt blue vases filled with white orchids look even more striking in a seaside setting.
These sweet yet sophisticated arrangements of varying blooms are displayed on small mirrors and surrounded by tea lights.
Dendrobium orchids, cafe au lait dahlias, pink French tulips, and blush Akito roses bring standard arrangements to new heights.
Trios of white flowers and bright greenery in old glassware line the tables.
Full, white peonies sit in circular vessels to echo the fluffy pom-pom decor that is a fun twist on a fancy chandelier.
Instead of centerpieces with oodles of blooms in them, consider spreading out petite vases filled with a few flower stems.
Lush tissue-paper flowers with silver centers arranged at different heights in silver trumpet vases and mint julep cups add a touch of whimsy to a formal reception table.
Jars of hydrangea, peonies, baby's breath, and salal impart a homemade feel.
This lace-patterned porcelain vase holds a mix of sleek and gardeny blooms, including eucharis lilies and dinner-plate dahlias.
Add dazzle to centerpieces by spritzing some blooms with gold and silver floral paint and dipping others into metallic glitter.
Vases wrapped with anaglypta -- an embossed wallpaper the Victorians used to mimic costlier pressed plaster or tin -- and filled will with white mums and dusty miller make for a winter-worthy arrangement.
Slip plain white lunch bags over containers brimming with small white blooms for arrangements that look farmer's market fresh.
Pure-white tulips burst from the top of a long rattan planter; their leaves add volume and color to the arrangement.
Large, open peonies settle into nests of twisted fern vines.
Here, a variety of blooms are placed in glass jars that have been spray-painted white to look like high-quality porcelain vessels.
Gorgeous paper magnolias are a wilt-free way to incorporate these beautiful harbingers of spring into an eye-popping centerpiece.
Rather than mix these ranunculus, anemones, and snowberries in one solitary arrangement, put them in separate vases that are positioned together for impact.
This creamy arrangement of lilacs, garden roses, jasmine, fritillaria, and pale-green hellebores creates a centerpiece that would have felt spot-on in an Edith Wharton novel.
Miniature daisies, doily-shaped Queen Anne's lace, and baby's breath come together in a beautiful balancing act atop a tall, graceful candlestick.
These mini floral arrangements allow guests to view and converse with each other across the table.
Simple hydrangea arrangements in white vases are jazzed up by a wrapping-paper table runner.
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