10 Unique Wedding Centrepieces
Here at The Wedding of my Dreams we love unusual wedding centrepieces, we are constantly on the look out for new centrepiece ideas to add to our collection. We have brought together 10 of our favourite wedding centrepiece ideas below. What centrepieces are you having? We’d love to hear from you in the comments box below.
This bark container is ideal for woodland / rustic weddings fill with water and natural flowers, add a couple of bark tea light holders around the base and place on a hessian table runner to complete the look. (Also available in larger size) 2. Blackboard Bucket Wedding Centrepiece – available here
Our blackboard bucket is one of our best selling centrepieces, fill with pretty blooms and sit in the centre of your tables. The small backboard on the front of the bucket can be used to write your table number or name on – they make great containers for floral gifts too!
Bell jars or cloches add so much interest to your wedding tables, place almost anything you like inside them. A grouping of bottles, small vase, flower heads or an object of your choice.
A cream jug filled with beautiful blooms makes a simple yet lovely wedding table decoration. Jugs are great for summer weddings, they look fab in marquees with bunting strung from the ceiling to create that country garden wedding look. 6. Small Mercury Silver Vases – available here
We love these mini mercury silver vases, a grouping of these small vases in the centre of your tables will look stunning, perfect for a timeless elegant look. The mercury silver glassware looks best with all white flowers using a variety of textures.
For a non floral wedding centrepiece we love the idea of using lanterns, use lanterns of different shapes and sizes and cluster in the centre of your tables. If you want a highlight of flowers mix in some glass bottles. 8. Mercury Silver Footed Vase – available here
For a timeless elegant look our mercury silver footed vases looks simply stunning the the centre of your wedding tables. Fluffy white hydrangeas work well with the mercury silver glass. Finish off the look with silver glass tea light holders.
If you are thinking of having a grouping of vases and candle holders in the centre of your table we love the idea of placing them all on a mirror tray. This not only keeps all the vases together but also creates wonderful reflections.