Tablescape Ideas

From planning your dream wedding to hosting the ultimate dinner party, get inspired by these creative centerpieces for a stylish, nature-themed table.

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Pretty paper

Pretty paper

For a flower centerpiece with staying power, consider making one using decorative paper. This rolled paper-flower centerpiece from Emily Jones of Jones Design Company was made using decorative paper, florist wire and a glue gun. She says even a beginner crafter can tackle this easy project. Use coordinating paper for a cohesive look, or give it a whimsical spin with sheet music.

Photo credit: Jones Design Company

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Evergreen wreath

Evergreen wreath

When entertaining for the holidays, give your table a little seasonal flair by incorporating cut evergreens. This evergreen wreath tutorial uses warm-hued flowers for a stylish fall table. Designer Emily Jones suggests incorporating other nature-inspired accents like berries or pinecones to give the wreath a winter feel.

Photo credit: Jones Design Company

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Branch out

Branch out

For a budget-friendly tablescape idea, look beyond traditional flower arrangements and consider using branches for a statement piece. Kate Riley of Centsational Girl created this dramatic branch centerpiece by artfully arranging several Manzanita branches in a tall vase. She put glittery white butterflies on the branches for a springtime feel, but fall leaves or hanging pinecones could be used for an alternative seasonal look.

Photo credit: Centsational Girl

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Desert style

Desert style

For an easy outdoor centerpiece, the creative team behind the entertaining site Camille Styles created this succulent centerpiece for an outdoor soiree. A variety of succulents and cacti create texture and interest when planted in a single row. Best part? The centerpiece doubles as outdoor patio decor.

Photo credit: Camille Styles, Inc.

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Flowers and fruit

Flowers and fruit

Creating a centerpiece out of flowers and fruit is a great way to add color on a budget. While it's popular to use citrus slices in arrangements, don't be a afraid to choose a more exotic fruit. Check out Cheryl Najafi's wildflower and fig centerpiece for inspiration.

Photo credit: CherylStyle.com

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