If you’re planning a vintage wedding, your decor has to be sweet and subtle. Our favorite blooms to fill antique silver sets, depression glass vases, milk glass vases, and even mason jars? Garden roses, ranunculuses, baby’s breath, hydrangeas. Don’t forget to add mirrors, frames, and lace doilies too. See more centerpieces here.
The perfect centerpieces go a long way in bringing together the overall style and feel of your big day. Here are some of our favorite looks for any wedding style.
Classic – We love these elegant arrangements of whites, creams and spring greens. Tea roses, hydrangeas and hyacinths are perfect choices for a timeless, sophisticated look. We also think that repurposing your bridal and bridesmaids’ bouquets as centerpieces (as shown in the photo below, left) can be a nice money-saving idea.
When it comes to selecting flowers for your wedding decor, there are a wide range to choose from. Whether you’re looking for feminine and lush arrangements, or modern single-bloom designs, it’s a good idea to do a little research before meeting with your florist and have a sense of the flowers and plants that you prefer. – and what will be in season for your wedding day To help you start researching, here’s a list of the flowers and plants we think will be hot for weddings in 2013.
Here are four reception centerpiece ideas from our Pinterest board that we love, and our followers can’t seem to get enough of since they’re the highest repinned ones. Notice how each arrangement has a different size, shape and texture. Consider using an array of flowers filled in mason jars, modern cylindrical vases or colored vases for your centerpieces. Tip: Let each table stand out. Work with your florist or floral designer to come up with three or four different arrangements. For more centerpiece inspiration, check out our Pinterest board and discover centerpieces that fit your style and theme.
Hydrangeas are a popular wedding flower for a variety of reasons. We love the blossom’s lushness, and how just a few stems go a long way. Plus, these flowers come in a variety of colors, like purple, green, white, and blue, so they fit into many different color palettes. And no matter what your wedding style, from rustic to glamorous, hydrangeas are versatile enough to look just perfect. Since summer is prime time for hydrangeas in many parts of the country, we wanted to share a few examples of gorgeous centerpieces that feature the beautiful blossom. Are you using hydrangeas in your wedding’s floral arrangements? Let us know how in the comments and check out more gorgeous floral arrangements in our flower gallery.