15 Centerpieces inspired by nature
From planning your dream wedding to hosting the ultimate dinner party, get inspired by these creative centerpieces for a stylish, nature-themed table.
You don't have to be a desert dweller to appreciate this chic succulent arrangement created by Jaclyne Breault from Heavenly Blooms. Individual succulents, mini cacti and echeveria sit on top of pinto beans artfully arranged in clear glass cylinder vases. Fresh peach-colored open roses and white pillar candles give the setting romantic flair.
Photo credit: Heavenly Blooms photographed by This Modern Romance
Alissa Ditta of 33 Shades of Green put together this natural elements tablescape using glass hurricane vases, a bag of moss, mini grapevine wreaths, candles and succulents. This gorgeous spread can be used during any time of the year. Keeping the vases low makes it a great option for a dinner party, since it doesn't obstruct anyone's view.
Photo credit: 33 Shades of Green
Mad about metallic
Both metallic shades and woodland creatures have been growing in popularity the last few years, so why not combine them both for a look that's right on trend? Jennifer from Dimples & Tangles did exactly that when she paired a few DIY faux copper planters with an owl statue. A few potted plants complete this nature-chic look.
Photo credit: Dimples & Tangles
Nikki Wills from Tikkido wanted an autumn-inspired look for her rehearsal dinner. She got creative with organic material and created beautiful decor on a budget. "I used some grocery store flowers, miniature pumpkins and fruit, and leaves and grasses (ahem, weeds) gathered from the yard," she explains. "All of the floral arrangements and decor were made for under $25."
Photo credit: Tikkido.com
This seaside-inspired spread was created using a combination of evergreen branches and beach accents. Starfish and various seashells give the centerpiece a beachy feel. Mercury glass ornaments add a touch of sparkle, while burlap ribbon keeps the centerpiece casual. When selecting shells for decorating the table, designer Marian Parsons of Mustard Seed Interiors suggests keeping the scale, color and texture in mind.