Summer weddings (and centerpieces) can be darker and moody, too. This elegant table setting is made even more sultry with the addition of a bold vase filled with branches with tea candles and beads hanging off as accents.
Sometimes, centerpieces are more about accenting the dishware than acting as the main event. This funky, neon Nashville wedding did just that, adding gold lanterns and tropical centerpieces to the tops of their tables.
This reception is next level glamorous—in a welcoming, garden party kind of way. If you can't see, the trellises covered in greenery are in place so the hanging tea lights can serve as centerpieces and create a special ambiance.
Though yes, this tropical centerpiece is perfect, it's important to look at the entire tablescape here. The green glasses complement the greenery in the arrangement, which all sit atop a sequined tablecloth. Talk about glam.
While this centerpiece errs on the side of tradition, we appreciate the pop of blue that the candlesticks bring to the table (literally). Let this serve as a reminder that your color isn't at all limited to your centerpiece florals!
Again, there's nothing wrong with opting for a garland instead of a traditional floral centerpiece. This long tropical arrangement is so breathtaking, it's not hard to see why the couple chose it. P.S. We won't blame you if you pin every single image from this Brazil wedding.
There's no denying this looks is minimalist (and definitely budget-friendly), but it works! Simply collect your favorite florals, similar to those in your bouquet, and DIY your own collection of small vases.