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Wedding centerpieces

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Rustic chic

#1/10:

Rustic chic

Rustic chic is the hottest new wedding trend. Achieve the look with this flower box arrangement. Pro tip: avoid the mess by using silk flowers!
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Paper flowers

#2/10:

Paper flowers

Decorating your tables with paper flower centerpieces is a great idea because once the celebration is over, your guests can take them home as a keepsake from your wedding.
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Beautiful birdcage

#3/10:

Beautiful birdcage

Make a lasting impression with one-of-a-kind birdcage centerpieces. You can decorate them with flowers, feathers or candles and they are sure to look beautiful.
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Dessert decorations

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Dessert decorations

Nothing is better than delicious decorations. Treat your guests to tasty centerpieces made of cake pops or candy that they can enjoy throughout the reception.
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Light up centerpieces

#5/10:

Light up centerpieces

Light up the tables with lantern centerpieces. You can use the soft candle light to add romantic ambiance to your wedding day.
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Keep it lively

#6/10:

Keep it lively

A great idea for a beach wedding is using fish as your centerpiece. Betta fish are inexpensive, brilliant colors, and a distinct centerpiece decoration your guests are sure to remember for a long time.
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Bundle up

#7/10:

Bundle up

A warm, romantic centerpiece that works great for a winter wedding is a bundle of candles. Choose candles in your color scheme and bundle them with a gorgeous ribbon. This classic centerpiece is as easy as that!
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Casual chic

#9/10:

Casual chic

Just because you want a casual wedding, doesn't mean you have to sacrifice style. Dress up tin buckets with beautiful flowers for an informal, outdoor wedding centerpiece.
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