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No matter what your wedding style—traditional charm, all-out romance, or rustic elegance—let a gorgeous centerpiece turn your vision into a reality. Here, 25 of our favorite stunning examples, from all-white blossoms to a cacophony of color.
Buttery yellow, pale peach, rosy blush, and soft ivory blooms are offset with hints of rust-colored leaves in this centerpiece, proving that neutrals are anything but boring.
A ballroom wedding calls for a certain level of opulence; with tall centerpieces dripping in crystals and a floral table runner made up of fresh hydrangeas, peonies, and roses, this design fits the bill.
Rather than one large arrangement, this centerpiece is made up of tall crystal candlesticks, classic green topiaries, and dainty white flowers in small crystal vases for the perfect mix of classic charm and modern sensibility.
A mix of feminine roses, tulips, and hellebores contrasts the simple and modern design of this tabletop. A blush anthurium and pale pink glassware ties the whole look together.
Rich in color, texture, and drama, this autumnal centerpiece sets the perfect tone for a moody, romantic evening. Feathers, twigs and fruit accent blush roses, cranberry colored orchids, and dripping amaranths to evoke the ultimate fall fête.
Wood tones, raw linens and copper accents provide the perfect base for this centerpiece's bright, juicy florals in shades of fuchsia, purple, and pink. The berry color palette is the perfect combination of rich romance and bohemian beauty.
A mix of textures, complimentary colors and varying heights gives this Hawaiian centerpiece its dynamic edge. Smaller glass vessels with a few stems each are scattered to the side for extra intrigue.
Delicate white lunaria and wispy rust-colored astilbe will make your guests do a double-take of this inventive organic centerpiece. Finished with flowers in shades of blush and white, it feels airy, feminine, and sweet without being frilly.
Striped linens, French-inspired chairs and oversized centerpieces lend this tented reception an elegant flair with a hint of preppy charm. Classic blooms in ivory, peach and blush sit atop a classic white urn for the ultimate grand statement.
Old-world charm meets modern masculinity with this unique design. Tapers in black nickel candlesticks and vases ground the statement flowers in shades of white.
From sorbet pinks to muted yellows, this centerpiece is blooming with fresh, spring vibes, perfect for any garden wedding. It brings an air of the outdoors with it too, perfect for an enclosed reception you want to feel more earthy.
With fresh blooms in all shades of red offset by touches of lilac and peach, this centerpiece is the perfect combination of dramatic and romantic.
Modern and minimal, this centerpiece is an ode to Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging. Negative space plays a key role in this design, letting the white anemones, parrot tulip, hellebore and Queen Anne's lace shine.
Take your wedding decor to new heights with alternating high and low centerpieces that give a stately presence to any reception. Heavy sprays of greenery provide a dramatic, natural touch.
An antique brass vase acts as the base for this wildly romantic Napa Valley centerpiece. Shades of mauve, lavender, and butter offer a fresh take on the typical wine country wedding color palette, while trailing greenery mimics the surrounding grape vines.
There's no rule that states that your wedding centerpieces have to be vases full of flowers. Glossy leaves and a sprinkle of fresh flowers make a bold statement as a living table runner for this tropical-inspired Dallas reception.
There's nothing more classic than an all-white wedding, but this centerpiece, with its bold protea bloom, is a fresh take on monochromatic palette.
Overflowing with fresh flowers, vibrant greenery and ripe fruit, this centerpiece is straight out of a Dutch master's painting. Peacock blue tapers and brass touches complete the rich, jewel-tone look.
Color is one of the biggest trends in wedding decor right now, and this centerpiece fully embraces it. Coral peonies, white clematis, mauve roses, and fresh lilac play off the peacock blue velvet linens in this playful California wedding reception.
Orchids have a tendency to look ultra glamorous, but when paired with soft blush pinks, buttery yellows and fresh apple greens, they take on a romantic, understated quality, like in this garden-inspired centerpiece.
The mood is majestic thanks to an enticing bohemian arrangement of sage greenery, grasses and blooming flowers. A single white flower is the focus of the arrangement.
Celebrate the exuberance of your special day with a centerpiece that echoes that joie de vivre. Here, a mostly pink palette is dotted with playful pops of orange and yellow.
A Michigan wedding becomes instantly colorful with a vibrant pink centerpiece. The feminine tones and abundance of greenery reflect the varying shades of pink and green seen on the rest of the tablescape.
A late autumn wedding celebrates the season with a brilliant arrangement of light pink roses and pops of deep red against a background of black, dark brown and sage green fillers, including thistle.
The romance of spring is delivered flawlessly with this centerpiece, which blends soft pinks, playful peaches and plenty of green foliage to evoke an ambiance of renewal.