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Pretty party centerpieces for every time of the year

Hannah is the lifestyle editor at STYLECASTER, covering sex and relationships, politics, women's health, career, home décor, food, travel, and more. Her favorite things include spinach artichoke dip, cashmere sweaters, and impromptu danc...

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Party centerpieces

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Party centerpieces

I love throwing parties and dinner parties — basically having people over in any way, shape or form — but I haven’t yet mastered the art of season-specific decor, let alone party-specific accessories. Light a candle, throw any errant clothes in my dresser and make sure the place is passably clean, and I call it a day. And look, I’m not about to advise you to go all out creating some elaborate DIY centerpiece every time a few people join you for dinner. However, the holidays are coming up, and that means many gatherings. If you happen to be hosting and want to make your place a little more stylish, it’s possible to make your table look festive without going crazy.

More: Chic, minimalist table decor ideas

No matter what the occasion, these ideas will make your space feel a little more special — and are sure to get compliments. Varying from ones that would take a little more time and effort (driftwood displays, fancy-ish flower arrangements) to those that are ideal for lazy hosts (a single branch in a bottle, a strategically placed potted plant), draw inspiration from these 20 lovely centerpieces and make your own party a little more memorable.

Originally posted on StyleCaster.

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Fruit and flora

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Fruit and flora

Flowers and persimmons climb up, while the waxy leaves spread vertically toward the cheese plate.

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Shades of silver

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Shades of silver

Pale lavender blooms are perfect for silver vases, but the growing greens bring this table to life.

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Contrasting textures and colors

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Contrasting textures and colors

This centerpiece combines textures along with shades of purple and contrasting ocher.

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Geometric centerpiece

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Geometric centerpiece

These copper geometric pieces give flower arrangements a little more structure in a light, airy way.

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Angles add energy

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Angles add energy

Rather than only white, blooms with hints of pink give this copper arrangement depth.

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Geometric centerpiece

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Geometric centerpiece

More geometric pieces contrast with round vases while sprigs spike out at similar angles.

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Festive outdoor table

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Festive outdoor table

Cobalt, turquoise and coral harmonize with vases of the same color but different heights.

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Solitary bloom

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Solitary bloom

An extra-large blossom adds plenty of drama all on its own thanks to a simple bronze vase.

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Succulents with blush

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Succulents with blush

Shades of pink and coral are a perfect match for the desert green of succulents.

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Bare simplicity

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Bare simplicity

A few simple sprigs of fern and palm look elegant in glass.

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Fairy tale driftwood

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Fairy tale driftwood

Elevate driftwood with delicate vines and slim tapered candles.

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Wintry silver

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Wintry silver

Spray-paint ordinary bottles and jars to create silver vases for a wintery look.

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Black and white drama

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Black and white drama

Frosty and dark greens, pale pink blossoms and twisting bare branches work with a black and white setting.

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Rustic candelabra

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Rustic candelabra

Drill holes into a log and add pinecones, cinnamon sticks and evergreens for a rustic candelabra.

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Watery display

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Watery display

Who says flowers must rise above the water? Submerged lavender springs make a witty centerpiece.

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Cherry blossom branches

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Cherry blossom branches

The classic cherry blossom branch hardly needs anything else with it.

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Shabby-chic florals

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Shabby-chic florals

But cherry blossoms do look sweet with antique-like jugs and jars.

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Structured flowering vine

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Structured flowering vine

Train a potted flowering vine around a hoop for a spring look.

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Fall centerpiece

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Fall centerpiece

Shades of burnt orange and yellow look dramatic with strong vertical and horizontal lines and frosty, pale greens.

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