15 Centerpieces You ll Want to Re create for Your Wedding Day

Pedestal Peonies

Put your centerpieces on display! Pedestal vases are perfect for arrangements low-hanging elements like jasmine vine or seeded eucalyptus. If you're hosting a black-tie affair, opt for pedestals in silver or gold to elevate the blooms.

Boxed Succulents

Succulents are hot! Pair them classic blooms, like roses, dahlias and seeded eucalyptus, to keep the arrangement from veering too desert chic. Low, boxed centerpieces allow for easy conversation among guests.

Driftwood Accents

Make a statement with a single element, like a piece of driftwood. Vibrant greens and a delicate orchid elevate the look of this arrangement, while a simple lucite tray gives the centerpiece a modern edge.

Vintage Books

Add an antique touch to your florals by stacking some old books in the center of your tables. Pair with brass candleholders and simple tapers for a classic style. Bonus: When you add accessories to the table, you can pare down on your blooms -- instant savings.

Floral Terrariums

Put your favorite blooms on display in a glass jar or terrarium. We love the look of spray roses in place of expected ferns, greens and moss. Look for vessels that represent your wedding style, like this rustic wood-bottomed jar.

Just-Picked Stems

Give your arrangement a just-picked look by adding florals to a base of wheatgrass. You can use fewer stems while still creating a lush centerpiece. We love this style for a garden wedding or even a backyard bridal shower.