Trending Now: Cluster Wedding Centerpieces
When it comes to wedding centerpieces, you have a lot of options: Tall arrangements always look chic; lush, long floral garlands feel whimsical and romantic; low centerpieces in vases and urns let conversation flow and still look beautiful. Each of these types of centerpieces are great choices for your reception, but there's a new floral trend we're loving, and it can check all of the boxes the three options above offer all on its own. Cluster centerpieces, which are made up of several different floral arrangements in a variety of different shapes and sizes, are popping up at wedding after wedding.
As far as centerpieces go, clusters of different blooms in tons of different vessels is about as versatile as you can get. Since you're really creating a bunch of mini arrangements, you and your florist can consider working with a wide array of different flowers, colors, and textures. On the other hand, if you love the look of cohesive floral décor, you can choose just a few different blooms or colors and create a monochromatic look that still feels fresh and new to guests. The options are endless, and so are the benefits.
Because cluster centerpieces typically span the entire table, you're able to get the same feeling a floral garland gives off, but usually at a fraction of the price. Similarly, you can play with different heights and sizes, bringing in that coveted high-low look. Couples are even creating little vignettes with their cluster centerpieces, bringing in additional glassware and décor to create extremely interesting displays. Want to wow your guests with your floral centerpieces? Trust us, clusters of flowers are the way to do it. Click through to see our favorite examples.
Berry-Hued Cluster Centerpieces
Art in Bloem arranged this delicate cluster of centerpieces using a variety of different berry-hued blooms, including clematis, ranunculus, peonies, and fritillaria. To keep the different colors and textures feeling cohesive, each mini centerpiece was displayed in a similar clear glass vase.
Bright, Cheery Cluster Centerpieces
There was no shortage of color at this outdoor wedding. Without Wax Katy arranged these bright, cheery cluster centerpieces using an array of different flowers, but it's the peonies, garden roses, ranunculus, and lilies that really stand out. These clusters are especially successful thanks to a mix of different size vases, taller and shorter arrangements, and unexpected textures tucked in—we especially love the succulents that pop up across the table.
Boho Cluster Centerpieces
It's hard to decide what's more eye-catching here: The cluster centerpieces or the macrame place setting. If you're especially smitten with the flowers, you can thank Noonan's Wine Country Designs, who designed this eclectic mix of mini centerpieces. Who knew single-stem flowers could look so chic?
Old World-Inspired Cluster Centerpieces
If Old World-inspired details speak to you and your ideal wedding style, take a good look at this cluster of arrangements from Jardin Divers. Arranged in footed urns and clear vessels, wedding mainstays like roses, hydrangea, eucalyptus, and ferns look incredibly romantic and elegant. For a little some extra, consider sprinkling blooms across tables, too, like this florist did with that bold red hydrangea.
Monochromatic Cluster Centerpieces
You don't need to choose a ton of different flowers in a variety of shades to create a beautiful cluster centerpiece. If you prefer a clean, modern arrangement, look to this bougainvillea centerpiece for inspiration. Now that's monochromatic done right.
Natural Cluster Centerpieces
Pink & Green Cluster Centerpieces
If you're the type of bride who loves peonies (is there a bride who doesn't?), then this reception setup is certainly for you. Natural Art Flowers used swoon-worthy coral charm peonies in each cluster and added ferns, roses, hydrangea, and astilbe to larger mixes. Carrying the same flower across the table is a great way to keep your clusters feeling unified.
Classic Cluster Centerpieces
White and blush wedding flowers will always be in style, no matter how you arrange them. That fact is especially true when those white and blush blooms are peonies. We're sure these clusters of the fluffy blooms garnered quite a few oohs and aahs at this reception.
Lush Cluster Centerpieces
Although the word "cluster" might make you think of several smaller arrangements, you can also create cluster centerpieces using larger vases of blooms. For an ultra-lush look, Megan Elise Events styled these loose, organic arrangements in pink cut glass vessels. Using a mix of statement flowers, like dahlias, protea, and ranunculus, and tons of trailing greenery, she ensured these cluster centerpieces were sitting pretty throughout the reception.
Bud Vase Cluster Centerpieces
Just as you can go big and bold with your cluster centerpieces, you can also choose smaller, more delicate arrangements. Southern Elegance Design chose a mix of different bud vases and filled each with just a few stems, including roses, lamb's ear, ranunculus, and succulents.
Vibrant Cluster Centerpieces
Stemz didn't hold back when it came to the colors used in this cluster of centerpieces. Vibrant pinks, oranges, and purples popped against white linens and paired beautifully with cut glass vessels.
Romantic Cluster Centerpieces
Clusters of perfectly peachy garden roses, hanging pieris japonica, and Queen Anne's lace were all arranged by The Velvet Garden for this outdoor celebration.
Mismatched Cluster Centerpieces
To get this look just right, Bella By Sara arranged these cluster centerpieces—which feature roses, tulips, and greenery—in a mix of different white, gold, and clear vessels.
Garden-Inspired Cluster Centerpieces
Delicate Cluster Centerpieces
Swoon Floral Design went delicate and romantic for these cluster centerpieces. Clear bud vases housed garden roses and stock while trailing vines of greenery trailed across the tables.
Elegant, All-White Cluster Centerpieces
If you love the classic look of white and green flowers, take note of this clustered arrangement from Rebecca Rose Events. Mini arrangements of tulips, ranunculus, lisianthus, and gardenias come together here to make a stunning display.
Colorful Cluster Centerpieces
Fleuretica brought tons of color to these reception tables thanks to bright cluster centerpieces. In addition to the arrangements of coral peonies, berries, and greenery, each table featured an assortment of vibrant fruits.
Elegant Cluster Centerpieces
For an elegant, elevated look, consider clusters of white orchids and hydrangeas paired with smaller arrangements of white roses.
Eclectic Cluster Centerpieces
For an eclectic look that still feels elegant, Julia Rohde Designs arranged roses, ranunculus, succulents, and pieris japonica in mismatched vessels, including cut glass vases, gold footed urns, and antique apothecary jars.
Textural Cluster Centerpieces
These textural centerpieces from Shindig Chic Creations are the epitome of Southwestern cool. Mix tons of different shaped flowers and plants to recreate the look at your own reception.
Feminine Cluster Centerpieces
For a decidedly feminine look, Ines Naftali Floral & Events created these pink, purple, and white cluster centerpieces. The look would be equally at home at your bridal shower as it would be on a reception table.
Vintage-Inspired Cluster Centerpieces
Dahlias and hydrangeas were tucked into mercurcy glass vases, giving off vintage vibes at this wedding reception.
Orange & Yellow Cluster Centerpieces
Love the look of cheerful oranges and yellows? Then you'll want to copy these colorful cluster centerpieces from Cuckoo Cloud Concepts.
Moody Cluster Centerpieces
For a unique floral display, fill colored cut glassware with moody blooms. To keep it wedding-worthy, this couple also added always appropriate roses to the mix.
Peony Cluster Centerpieces
Not much beats a beautiful peony... except maybe clusters of beautiful peonies, that is! PoppyStone Floral Design capitalized on that idea with these vibrant arrangements.
Classic White Cluster Centerpieces
How do you make beautiful white wedding flowers even prettier? By combining multiple arrangements of them, just as Il Giardino Delle Fate did here.