These bridal shower centerpieces are perfect for pre-wedding events.
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Planning a bridal shower isn't always a walk in the park. Although it's (hopefully) a smaller celebration than the wedding day itself, there are so many details to consider! A guest list, a date, location, menu, and—possibly the intimidating detail of them all—the décor. But there's no reason to stress. Decorations for this special pre-wedding party can be tailored for any theme, idea, or season with ease. The best way to add a little oomph to a bridal shower without going overboard? Choosing the right centerpieces. Short or tall, simple or sweet, bridal shower centerpieces dress up your location and add an extra pop of color to this event without taking up too much of your time, or eating up your shower budget.
Plus, centerpieces can be added to as many (or few) tables as you need, whether that means one central table topped with snacks and sweets or individual tables so every guest has a place to sit. Not sure where to start? These bridal shower centerpieces are a pretty addition to every style and size of celebration. Click through to collect your favorite ideas for the bridal shower of your dreams.
Small, colorful centerpieces are always a good idea for a bridal shower! These arrangements from Flower Muse, Meredith Staggers, and Brittni Mehlhoff featured ranunculus, garden roses, and lamb's ear.
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Brights and Stripes
Lush peonies and bright anemones made for statement-making shower centerpieces. The bright colors in these arrangements from Holly Heider Chapple looked even better against the striped black and white linen tablecloth!
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Coming Up Roses
Pale pink is always a fit at bridal showers. This celebration included a variety of short and tall arrangements, but all featured pink roses and pink spray roses.
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Pretty Shower Centerpieces
How cute would these centerpieces from Poppies & Posies be for a garden bridal shower? The colorful mix of ranunculus, sweet peas, and garden roses look extra pretty on a rustic farm table, as pictured here.
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This bridal shower centerpiece idea is budget- and allergy-friendly. Plus, these small potted plants are every bit as elegant as a full-scale floral display, and could definitely be repurposed as favors or a gift for a plant-loving bride.
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Who says centerpieces have to be for display only? Although those rose arrangements from Moon Canyon Design Co. are amazing, we think a tower of the bride's favorite foods makes for pretty spectacular table décor, too.
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Yellow and Pink Centerpieces
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Colorful Centerpiece Collection
Choosing colorful centerpieces doesn't have to mean only using vibrant blooms. These bright glass vases and floral arrangements from Rosemary-Duff Florist are just the pairing for a bridal shower that calls for an extra dose of color.
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Summer Bridal Shower
These bridal shower centerpieces are small but definitely stunning. Roses, dahlias, ranunculus, scabiosa, lysimachia, and more were added to the arrangements by Thistle and Honey for a slightly wild and whimsical look.
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This bridal shower was held at a cozy restaurant with a covered garden. Although the outdoor setting required little in the way of décor, these simple arrangements brought the space to life.
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These bright pink centerpieces from Lauryl Lane included a flower or two in a simple bud vase. Despite their small stature, they really popped at this colorful, eclectic shower. The place setting details were pretty adorable, too.
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Tea Party Centerpieces
These small centerpieces are perfect for one particular style of bridal shower: a tea party! The super cute tea pot and bright floral arrangement are a match made in bridal shower heaven.
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It's A Sign
Know you want to add a little extra personality to your bridal shower centerpieces? Include a cute sign with a sweet quote for a non-floral extra that will add to the overall vibe.
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Centerpiece Change Up
Your bridal shower centerpieces can include more than just flowers. These bright orange arrangements from Flowers Annette Gomez are the prettiest source of inspiration in and of themselves, but the kumquats tucked into each centerpiece make them even better.
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Photography: Greer G Photography16 of 18
Short Shower Centerpieces
Photography: Polly Alexandre Fine Photography17 of 18
All-white centerpieces look just as good on a bridal shower table as they do at a wedding reception. These low clusters of individual varieties of flowers, arranged by McQueens, are especially conducive to small tables and bridal shower chatter.
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This bridal shower had a Kentucky Derby theme, meaning rose centerpieces the perfect décor decision.