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Wedding centerpieces

#2/10: 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.
#4/10: Dessert decorations
#4/10: 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.
#5/10: 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.
#6/10: 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.
#7/10: 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!
#8/10: Elevated centerpieces
#8/10: Elevated centerpieces
Bring your centerpieces to new heights by displaying them on cake plates. Buy different size plates to add dimension, or keep them consistent. Either way it will look lovely.
#9/10: 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.
#10/10: Elegant candles
#10/10: Elegant candles
We love to pair large candles with footed hurricanes for a classic centerpiece. Use multiple sizes for each centerpiece for the best look.
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