Green Wedding Centerpieces
Whether floral or non-floral, green centerpieces make for natural and lush décor at any type of wedding. Combine wildflowers, baby's breath, or succulents for a rustic arrangement or hydrangeas and garlands for something a little more romantic. Check out our favorite green wedding centerpieces here!
These terra-cotta vases held myrtle, snow berry, hydrangea, kiwi vine, green trailing amaranthus, roses, and more.
The groom found and borrowed antlers and driftwood from a neighbor's yard to complete this rustic green floral centerpiece.
Simply Elegant Arrangements
Bunches of greenery in small gold pots and arrangements of peegee hydrangeas dotted the long tables at this garden wedding in Georgia.
Cheerful Green Centerpieces
At this wedding, the bride and groom set vases of dahlias, 'Majolica' roses, scented geranium, gomphrena, snap dragon, and exploding grass on each table, which added to the cheerful vibe of the reception.
Test Tube Vases
Glass test tubes held upright on wooden bases contained simple arrangements of white flowers and assorted greenery.
Green and White Floral Arrangement
Displayed in mercury vases, arrangements of white and green hydrangeas, roses, dahlias, brunia, astilbe, ranunculus, snowberry, clematis vines, anemones, and additional greens created a natural green centerpiece.
The 16-foot long tables at this wedding featured Sahara and Vandella roses, dahlias, lisianthus, spray roses, tuberose, alstromeria, wax flower, Queen Anne's lace, carnations, and football mums, along with Jackson vine garlands.
Small and Simple Centerpieces
Small potted arrangements of greenery, white roses, and Queen Anne's lace made for simple yet stunning centerpieces.
The bride special-ordered greenery for her big day, and Cherry Bomb Events helped create the elegant flowerless centerpieces.
A Lush Garland
A sheer white runner was decorated with a garland of eucalyptus, dahlias, astilbe, ferns, sweet peas, freesia, and jasmine. Glass olive-oil bottles (a nod to the Italian wedding location) filled with sprigs of rosemary and long tapered candles made the reception room glow.
The bride arranged the floral centerpieces herself using eucalyptus leaves, hydrangeas, and garden roses for a fresh, lush look. Her brothers and father took on the task of building and staining the boxes in which the arrangements rested.
Reclaimed Wood Arrangements
The groom's father built boxes out of reclaimed wood, which held the centerpieces.
For this wedding in Tuscany, choosing centerpieces of local flowers, herbs, and olive oil was a no brainer given the gorgeous green surroundings of the local area.
Antique green glass bottles filled with bright dahlias served as a simple centerpiece.
Tall, Natural Centerpieces
Tall centerpieces of willow, privet berries, green hydrangea, tomatoes, lilies, and roses decorated the head table at this wedding.
Queen Anne's Lace Centerpieces
Centerpieces at this barn wedding included Queen Anne's Lace, apple branches, and wildflowers. The blooms were placed in milk glass vessels and pedestal dishes and arranged on the tables along with dozens of small candles for an added glow.
Fresh Flower and Herb Centerpieces
Fresh flowers and herbs lined the long farm tables at this rustic affair.
Tea candles and a lush green garland decorated the head table at this preppy wedding.
Simple Green Centerpieces
Brocade Designs combined candlelit lanterns with simple arrangements of hydrangeas, gladiolas, roses, and peonies. Even the table numbers were covered in green moss.
Hurricane Vase Arrangements
A candle was placed in a hurricane vase and surrounded by moss and greenery, creating a beautiful and natural centerpiece.
Terra-cotta and glazed pots held kale and olive-tree saplings, votive candles, and pitchers of olive oil as centerpieces.
Fern and Rose Centerpieces
Assorted ferns and greenery paired with white roses and astilbes were fitting centerpieces for this reception held in a nature sanctuary.
Tall arrangements of hydrangea, roses, and amaranth added a touch of natural beauty and grandeur.
This wedding mixed succulents, greenery, flowers, and driftwood to create a natural-looking centerpiece running down a long table.
A Variety of Centerpieces
Lisa Anderson of Sweet Pea Flowers arranged the centerpieces with three-dozen varieties of flowers. This one included baby's breath, roses, lotus pods, seeded eucalyptus, and succulents.
The centerpieces at this wedding consisted of a mix of white, green, and yellow wildflowers and plants in clear glass vases of various sizes.
Flowers from Greenwich Florals grouped in colored glass vessels gave the lawn a natural, unstructured look.
Queen Anne's lace and other types of greenery created a wonderfully textured look for these centerpieces.
A mix of white tulips and greenery created these simple centerpieces.
Pink and Green Arrangements
Peonies, garden roses, sweetpeas, lisianthus, and hydrangeas are displayed in moss bowls for the perfect preppy mix of pink and green.
Tarnished silver bowls held passion vine, cabbage roses, and green baby's tears at this wedding, plus white peonies and fragrant geranium leaf in mercury glass vessels and antique garden urns holding jasmine, begonias, and lady fern.
An arrangement of sweet peas, tweedia, and muscari complement a soft seaglass color palette.
Hydrangea and Viburnum Centerpiece
Ruffly hydrangeas and viburnums look like a hedgerow atop this Nantucket basket-inspired weave of ribbon.
Centerpieces of viburnum, snowberry, bells of Ireland, asclepias pods, and carnations in salt-glass vessels exude the feel of warm modernity.
Potted topiaries are placed in metal beach buckets that are painted in coordinating hues.
Floral bunches in cones, grouped together in vases, offer an impressive and economical solution to both décor and favors.
These mini terrariums make chic table décor when grouped en masse—and they double as favors, too!
Enamel pails overflowing with fresh green and white hydrangeas are charming at an informal reception.
Farmers'-market greenery, like oregano, basil, and tarragon, planted in sleek pots gives modern containers an organic feel.
This clear glass footed bowl is overflowing with fresh green fruit—quince, grapes, Anjou pears, apples, and chinaberries—and delicate flowers. Variegated ivy and white blooming clematis vines form graceful twirls around the mount of fruit.
A white footed bowl holds an arrangement evocative of shade gardens, with tweedia, hydrangea, ornamental green dates, maidenhair ferns, nigella, chinaberries, mint, and gomphrena.
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.
Budding seedlings placed in sleek sake cups get grouped together on tables for a centerpiece and favor display full of visual interest.
Curled sago palm leaves, roses, ranunculus, orchids, and a single spike of Asplenium 'Crispy Wave' create a summery arrangement inspired by tropical blooms.
Pink and Green Centerpiece
Nerines, hydrangea, and roses mingle in a centerpiece atop a sequined fuchsia tablecloth.
Wood blocks embellished with succulents, craspedia, and vintage metal numbers are the perfect adornment for modern tabletops.
Vintage compotes are filled to create displays of flora and peacock feathers.
A painterly mix of green hydrangea, jade roses, and moss are arranged in cast-iron garden urns.
Centerpieces of wheat grass in pewter cachepots create a pop of color against pristine white tables.
Low centerpieces constructed of Spode vessels are filled with garden roses, parrot tulips, green viburnum, dark-blue delphinium, lilacs, sweetpeas, green amaranthus, and hydrangea.
Locally grown dahlias mixed with succulents, green wheat, and pods make a striking statement when placed in porcelain Italian beakers and cylinders wrapped in pages from vintage books.
Soaring bells of Ireland, native dogwood branches, and tulips are anchored by a trio of simple flower groupings.
Tall centerpieces overflow with lush greenery.
Mini arrangements of branches, wax flowers, moss, hanging amaranthus, and roses create a sweet table décor.