A popular item for brides to make themselves for their wedding reception are the centerpieces. Personal touches can easily be added to make them unique and memorable.
Here are some of the most creative ideas that I could find to help inspire you in the making of your own special centerpieces.
DIY Wedding Centerpieces:
Real flowers can get pretty expensive but coffee filter flowers…..not so much! Can you believe these beautiful flowers were actually made from coffee filters? Just out the flower DIY by Just Bella.
Make a rose topiary using silk roses cut from the stems.
Simple beauty can be found in fresh flowers, mason jars, and a slice of wood from a tree trunk!
These paper lantern wedding centerpieces are easy, inexpensive and gorgeous!
Branches, with a touch of color, make perfect rustic wedding centerpieces.
How can something so beautiful be so inexpensive? Just paint recycled wine bottles white…..I would fill the bottles with some white paint, swish around, and dry upside down so that the paint covers the whole inside. That way you get a nice glossy finish from the outside. Then fill those bottles with inexpensive, but breathtaking, baby’s breath.
Incorporate photos into your wedding centerpieces for a personalized idea. I like the use of candlesticks as bases for these.
This rustic centerpiece is especially cool with the hanging votive candles.
Candles always make great centerpieces and you can easily embellish them with burlap and fillers for the glass holders.
A fun combination of candles, pearls and photos!
You really can’t get a better combination than candy and flowers though!
You can buy these wonderful lanterns from Ralph Lauren which would be perfect for beach wedding centerpieces. Or…maybe you could easily make these….
Here is a similar idea by Martha Stewart.
For a Fall wedding, these centerpieces are super inexpensive to make. All of the glass pieces and candles came from a dollar store and the leaves, of course, came from outside.
Finally, wine bottles make great candle holders. Just use clear wine bottles and white candles for an elegant display.