It can be hard to think outside of the box when it comes to wedding centre pieces, and that’s OK. Flowers in simple vases will always look beautiful, and there’s no need to overthink every item that should go on your wedding tables. But when you DO come across fun wedding ideas that you haven’t seen a gazillion other times, your creativity levels can get a much-needed boost.
We love these unique wedding centre piece ideas for a whole bunch of reasons. Aside from one or two, they are all also relatively easy to DIY or show to your wedding planner for inspiration.
Antique birdcages are perfect for a vintage-inspired wedding.
Literary-loving couples can't go wrong with seasoned vintage novels in place of floral centre pieces. Stack your favourite titles or gorgeous bound volumes for a simple yet meaningful display.
An artichoke's unique shape makes it wonderful décor.
Cascading orchids in a single hue are elegant and fun — perfect for anything from a black tie affair to a backyard bash. Tip: Get the most bang for your buck by opting for potted rather than cut orchids.
If you're using long tables, consider using multiple centre pieces at varying heights — they'll pull your guests' eyes along the length of the room. Low, rectangular vases filled with succulents and pebbles paired with high, lemon-filled chalices completes this trendy look.
Evergreens in champagne glasses are chic and unexpected for a winter wedding.
This is a fun and quirky way to write your table number or your table names. You could even take it to the next level and have your guest's names written in scrabble tiles too!
They’re all gorgeous, easy to make or buy, and will make for stand-out talking points at your wedding celebration.
Hanging floral installations lend themselves beautifully to family-style gatherings. Not only do they make for memorable decor, they also free up table space for more food!
We are dreaming about hot air balloons. The idea of “up up & away on adventure in marriage together” is such a perfect theme for a wedding! We thought we’d share some quirky ways to incorporate hot air balloons into your wedding…We love these dessert tables with featured hot air balloons for a little extra fun.