Hoping for something entirely romantic?
Go for plenty of blooms!
An entire garland spanning the length of the table adds such a lush touch as a gorgeous centerpiece.
1. Decorate With a Floral Garland
Cherry blossoms capture attention with their stunning beauty, and this look pulls it off flawlessly.
Consider displaying tall vases filled with long branches of cherry blossoms for a beautiful look.
2. Celebrate With Cherry Blossoms
Even the slightest change can elevate your centerpieces.
Swap out a traditional white taper candle for a beautiful bright hue to take your table display to a whole new level.
3. Rock Colorful Tapers
Add light to your tables with lanterns.
We love the look of warm wood lanterns paired with a few blooms for a rustic-meets-refined centerpiece.
4. Set Up Wooden Lanterns
Hoping for a floral display, with a bit of added interest?
Opt for a mixture of short arrangements paired with tall pillars to make a statement.
5. Fall for Tall Florals
Peonies are definitely the go-to for many.
We love the classic, romantic look of a vase jampacked with pretty peonies, adding a hint of color along the way.
6. Display Pink Peonies
Stick to the idea of floral vases, but opt for minimal blooms.
This combination of pampas grass, ranunculus, and roses adds texture and a hint of color without going overboard.
7. Embrace a Minimal Look
Not interested in vases of flowers?
There's plenty of other choices.
Displaying mini topiaries is such a great way to add greenery for a garden vibe while keeping your centerpieces minimal.
8. Top the Table With Topiaries
Hoping for something out of the box?
Ditch the idea of traditional centerpieces and embrace succulents.
Pair a terracotta plate with moss and succulents for a unique look.
9. Create a Succulent Display
Going overboard with nautical wedding details can be all too easy, but not with this look.
A simple white knot creates the perfect addition to a centerpiece for a hint of nautical.
Plus, it can hold the table number as well!
10. Channel a Nautical Vibe
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