Easy And Simple Wedding Centerpiece Ideas

Wedding is all about little finishing touches, like the lanterns, the flower bouquet, and the tableware. And these little touches go a long way in enhancing the décor. The centerpiece is also a prominent part of these small touches. But we understand how overwhelming wedding arrangements can be. Giving minute attention to each and every detail is not possible. So how can you go with elaborate wedding centerpieces in such a short span of time? To keep your stress at bay, we’ve compiled a list of simple and easy to emulate wedding centerpiece ideas that look absolutely grand. Have a look!

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  1. An All Natural Centerpiece:

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This centerpiece features yellow roses and greeneries housed in birch vessels. We loved the idea of encircling the vessels with candles and moss.

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  1. A Simple Lantern Centerpiece:

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This is one the easiest wedding centerpiece ideas for you to include in your table. It’s not fancy, yet looks stunning. We feel this wedding centerpiece idea would look best for a garden wedding.

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  1. Fill A Silver Tray With People:

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If you’re having a Southern-themed wedding, you can try incorporating this centerpiece. Bright and light colored peonies are placed in a sterling silver vase.

 

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  1. Use Herbs And Artichokes:

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If you want to create a rustic table setting, create a centerpiece filled with organic artichokes and fresh herbs.

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  1. Colorful Centerpiece:

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This vivid, bright and beautiful centerpiece is designed using hydrangeas, lisianthus and fuchsia orchids. And the ceramic glass is making a perfect container for this arrangement.

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  1. A Towering Centerpiece:

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Don’t you think this centerpiece is absolutely gorgeous? A large, transparent glass is filled with grapevine and lovely orchids.

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  1. Sweet And Preppy:

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If you like things demure and classic, opt for simple, white daisies for your wedding centerpiece. You can dress it up a bit by adding pearls or lace around it.

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  1. Floating Flower Centerpiece:

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This centerpiece is inexpensive and super easy to make. You just need to tall vases and fill them up with water, rose petals and a floating candle.

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  1. Use Spools As Centerpiece:

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If you have a flair for making crafts, you can replicate this idea on your wedding day. This centerpiece is made by using yarn balls and wooden spools.

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  1. Shades Of Pink:

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The different shades of pink flowers in a glass votive grace this wedding reception table. We loved the idea of using different flowers for this arrangement.

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  1. Utterly Adorable Wedding Centerpiece:

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This wedding centerpiece is absolutely adorable. Miniature balloons are suspended with yellow rose to create a unique centerpiece.

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  1. Tissue Paper Tassels:

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Make some tissue paper tassels and stick them on wooden dowels. Put the towels in a clear glass vase and it’s ready for display.

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  1. Fish Bowl:

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This wedding centerpiece idea will literally add life to your party. You just need to purchase some gold fish and put it on display in a bowl filled with colorful pebbles.

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  1. Sand Bottles:

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This DIY wedding centerpiece craft would be nostalgic for many of our readers. Take old milk jugs and fill it with sand colors of our choice. Add in flower and you’re good to go.

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  1. A Green Garland Centerpiece:

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This one looks serene and beautiful. Long, olive branches are arranged white roses and hydrangeas. The ivory candles in different sizes are also an excellent addition.

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  1. A Wooden Box:

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The centerpiece at this wedding features a wooden box filled with roses, ornamental cabbage and succulents and ranunculuses arranged in a proper way.

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  1. Tulle Centerpiece:

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This centerpiece looks subtle, but will add a galore of oomph to your décor.

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  1. Make Use Of Lanterns:

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Use an elegant Moroccan lantern to create a centerpiece for your wedding. Do not forget to accentuate it with foliage, flowers and candles.

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  1. Sunflower And Lantern Centerpiece:

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Some ideas just steal the heart, and this is one of them. As you can see in the picture, this centerpiece is ideal for a night wedding.

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  1. A Woodland Themed Centerpiece:

 

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If you’re having a winter wedding and wish to add a rustic vibe to it, you can consider including this woodland themed centerpiece. It’s made using pheasant feathers, antlers, pine cones, berries, lanterns and of course, greenery.

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  1. Lego Centerpiece:

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This is too romantic for words. And hats off to the one who came up with this idea. You must try this idea for your wedding.

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  1. Make Use Of Clementine:

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Stack some clementine in gold or bronze painted vase. It will also make a healthy snack for the guests.

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  1. Table Length Centerpiece:

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Table length centerpiece is ideal for long and rectangle table. You can elevate the look by adding candles or flowers.

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  1. Make Use Of Galvanized Buckets:

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An ideal centerpiece for a garden wedding. The white, snapdragon filled in galvanized buckets are setting the tone for a cool wedding.

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  1. Art-Deco Centerpiece:

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The gold vessel used for the centerpiece is adding a glamorous touch to this table décor. And you can never go wrong with gold, white, and green combination, right?

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  1. A Lovely Play Of Color:

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If you wish to create a fairytale-like effect, place an unusual colored rose in a clear glass or vase and put in on the table. Do not limit yourself to just one. Place several of these on one table.

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  1. Stunning!:

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Stunning is the word for this centerpiece. The candles hanging from the branches are giving a romantic look to the centerpiece.

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  1. Wedding Centerpiece For Spring:

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How beautiful will this centerpiece look for a spring wedding? Exquisite, right?

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  1. Copper Terrarium Wedding Centerpiece:

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A thorough elegant centerpiece idea for your wedding.

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  1. Tropical Centerpiece:

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We are confused what we like more in this décor, the floral centerpiece or the glass chandeliers. Nevertheless, an enthralling setting it is.

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  1. Roses And Crab Apples:

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A stunning wedding centerpiece idea for a fall wedding. The flower selection is also excellent- persimmons, passion vine, and Juliet garden rose.

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  1. Steampunk Décor:

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Add industrial touches to your wedding décor with this unique centerpiece idea. If you want to create this idea, start collecting the vintage oil cans right away.

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  1. A Boxed Centerpiece:

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Here’s another lovely example of a boxed centerpiece. This arrangement would look amazing for a countryside wedding.

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  1. Pinwheel Centerpiece:

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This got to be the most unique centerpiece idea on this list. Such a fresh change from regular floral centerpieces.

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  1. Use Branch As Centerpiece:

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This idea would be perfect for an industrial wedding. The clean shapes of décor are paired with organic elements. You can replicate this idea by combining various ferns, foliage, leaves and candles in glass beakers.

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Leaving one or two, most of these wedding centerpieces are easy to make it yourself. Let us know which of these wedding centerpieces you liked the most by leaving a comment below!

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