When you are planning a wedding, it’s not uncommon to think of every little detail. Everything has to be perfect and tied seamlessly together, every last detail down to the table décor. Your wedding table décor is one of the areas where you can have some fun, get creative, and let some of your personality shine through. However, it is easy to get lost in this step, as there are so many great ideas flowing around out there!
Are you in need of some unique wedding centerpiece ideas? Don’t worry. We got you covered. Planning a wedding is taxing, so let us take some of that stress off your plate!
• Are you planning to have an outdoor garden wedding during the spring or summer? If so, using vintage oil lamps as your table centerpiece will certainly help tie your theme together, while adding a touch of the past.
• Pedestal bowls and goblets make wonderful centerpieces when spruced up with greenery, flowers, fruit, and anything else you can think of. Best part? After the big day, if you decide to keep the pedestal bowls and goblets, they will look great in your home.
• Repurposing bottles and mason jars make excellent vessels for flowers. Feel free to get creative with the jar. Glue on embellishments, fill a clear jar up with crystals and glitter, tie a ribbon around the mouth, use tiny jars with oversized blooms, the choice is yours!
• Make your own floating tea light flower vase to add a touch of elegance to your wedding. Place orchids in a clear glass vase full of water, and place a floating tea light candle on top of the water. Just don’t forget to line the bottom of the glass vase first. Sand, shells, rocks, crystals, marbles, and whatever else you can think of!
• Are you a kid at heart? If so, make a game out of your table centerpieces. Instead of using flowers or other trinkets that you don’t interact with, why don’t you place small, fun games at each table? You don’t have to go crazy. Even a beautiful serving dish filled with Lego pieces is enough to leave a lasting impression on your guests.
• Remember those days as a kid when you would make sand art? Bring back those days by creating your own sand art terrariums to use for your table centerpieces. Get a few different varieties of sand to overlay over one another, a glass vase, and either grow your own plants or purchase fake moss to place along the top of the sand.
• Bring some eye candy to the table, literally. Edible arrangements are sure to be a hit, and they can be simple to assembly. All you need is some glass vases or fish bowls and some personalized candy, topped with some creativity to make the idea yours and your set! Another yummy idea is to take some beautifully designed cupcakes and use those as your centerpiece!