Whether floral or nonfloral, wedding centerpieces are one of the easiest ways to elevate your wedding reception. We have hundreds of ideas for wedding centerpieces from simple to unique to modern. Plus, for the crafty bride, or the bride on a budget, we have countless DIY centerpiece ideas. We'll help you find the right wedding centerpieces to set your tables in style.
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Jewel-Toned Wedding Centerpieces That Will Dazzle Your Guests
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Wedding Centerpieces Your Thanksgiving Table Would Be Envious OfFrom floral to edible, our Thanksgiving centerpieces are feeling very inspired by this past wedding season!Gallery
How to Set a Thanksgiving Table That's Both Classic and ModernBlending old traditions with new modern aesthetics, wedding designers share their tips on how to make your Thanksgiving Day table feel classic and fresh.Post
3 Flowers You Haven't Thought of Using in Your Wedding Centerpieces
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5 Stunning Ways to Use Zinnias in Your Wedding
Zinnias are gorgeous even when plunked (predictably) into mason jars. But with the right mix, the farm-stand favorites can be downright dazzling.Gallery
The Ultimate Wedding Flowers Checklist
From your bouquet to your reception centerpieces, this is every single flower you'll need for your big day.Gallery
23 Totally Chic Vintage Centerpieces
Add a little old-world charm to your wedding centerpieces with vintage-inspired and antique accents.Gallery
Find the Best Flower for Your Wedding Color Palette
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15 Protea Wedding Bouquets and Arrangements
Bouquet inspiration from your favorite exotic flower.Post
How to Plan a Wedding with Absolutely No Flowers
Yes, you read that right! Brides are embracing completely flowerless weddings.Post
A Seriously Stunning (and New!) Way to Use Wedding Flowers
Brittany Asch of Brrch, a floral studio in New York City, showed us how to create a gorgeous floral table, and it's easier than you might think! Using peonies, roses, magnolias, and poppies, you can create a stunning illusion of eating on a bed of flowers. Pro tip: Have someone strong helping you out, as you're going to need to lift a sizable piece of acrylic to get this one done.Post
How To: DIY Plaster-Dipped Vessel Centerpieces
One lush, overflowing centerpiece creates an unforgettable tablescape and lets you keep everything else spare and simple. This arrangement of hellebores, andromeda, garden roses, dahlias, clematis, delphiniums, and porcelain vines is displayed in a custom compote that's actually just a footed bowl dipped in plaster.Gallery
11 Ways to Tie the Knot at Your Wedding (Literally)!
They've become a classic symbol of marriage, so why not use them to decorate your wedding?Post
Statement Making FloralsSearching for an easy way to make a big impact at your wedding? Use flowers in creative ways! From flower walls to runners, here are a few my favorite floral ideas.Gallery
18 Creative Ways to Set Your Reception Tables
Get inspired by these unique wedding table settings.Post
Milk Bottle Flower Vase Centerpieces
Reception centerpieces don’t have to cost a fortune. Easily turn inexpensive milk bottles into stylish focal points with Vintage Décor Paint from Martha Stewart Crafts, and add seasonal flowers to make them extra special.AdvertisementAdvertisementPost
Hand-Painted Fabric Vases
For a truly one-of-a-kind touch at your wedding, consider adding flower arrangements to these DIY vessels. New York-based event producer, designer, author, and Martha Stewart Weddings contributor David Stark shows you how.Post
Geometric Wooden Candleholders
Remember playing with wooden blocks as a kid—or learning to draw with them in art class? Those same educational toys can be transformed into modernist candleholders and centerpieces with a quick trip to the hardware store and a coat of paint.