10 New Wedding Centerpiece Ideas

As any event designer will tell you, wedding centerpieces all start to look the same after a while. After all, there are only so many ways you can arrange flowers and candles on a table. However, when new props or elements are added to the mix, the result is a beautiful and creative presentation that is well worth the extra effort.


Give your purple centerpieces the royal treatment with a rustic gold crown.

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Photo: Luna Photography


Stuff a fabric box with fresh rosebuds for a whimsical touch.

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Photo: Colin Cowie Weddings


Add a fresh twist to the typical fruit centerpiece by cutting a few in half.

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Photo: Green Blossom Photography via Burnett’s Boards


For a ranch or farmers’ market wedding, opt for centerpiece boxes filled with fresh vegetables.

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Photo: Stagetecture


Place flowers in mirror boxes for a sleek and sophisticated look.

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Photo: HGTV


Create the illusion of floating flowers by placing individual buds in test tubes and hanging them from the ceiling.

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PhotoColin Cowie Weddings


Repurpose your favorite perfume or cologne bottles as elegant glass centerpieces, demonstrated below by Rachel A. Clingen.

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Mindy Weiss used manzanita branches, moss, and blush and cream roses to create these exquisite tree-like centerpieces.


These vintage umbrella centerpieces, also appropriate for a bridal shower, draw the eyes upward.

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PhotoJunebug Weddings


Combine raw cotton and gilded asparagus leaves for a winter-themed centerpiece.

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Photo: Marianna Jamadi

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