When your guests walk into the reception space, there’s no question you want them to be wowed. There are so many different ways you can make that “wow” statement. It might be the venue itself with tall cathedral ceilings, it might be the uplighting that matches your color palette, or it could be the cake in the center of the room. No matter the statement you are making, bring it all together with the right centerpiece for each guest table. Not sure what that is yet? Hopefully one of these ideas will inspire you! 

Bud Vases

Keep things sweet and petite with smaller bud vases of singular flowers or smaller arrangements. This is a simple, yet very romantic look and feel. 

Photo Courtesty of The Glass Box 


For something a little vintage feeling, fill some birdcages with floral arrangements for the right statement.

Photo: The Story Creative 

Hanging Installation 

Go big or go home with a hanging installation as the centerpiece. This is a great way to highlight your head table. 

Photo Courtesy of 128 South

Tall Flower Arrangement

Tall flower arrangements are a true crowd pleaser that can match any style with the right color, flower and vase choices.

Photo Courtesy of Jenny's Projects Floral Design

Short Flower Arrangement

Traditional and classic, you can’t go wrong with short flower arrangements. Mix them with a few taller arrangements for some visual contrast.

Photo Courtesy of Your Wedding HQ


To add a pop of industrial to your look, use terrariums on your tables. Mix them in with some greenery, loose blooms and candles for a romantic look. 

Photo: Amanda Moss Photography 

Greenery Runner

If you are having a rectangular table, a greenery runner is a great way to fill the entire length of the table. You can mix in some flowers for a pop of color and some votives. 

Photo Coutesy of Sweet Sarabelle Weddings


For something unique, use fruit in your centerpieces. It will add a pop of color and fun to your table!

Photo Courtesy of Carolina Occassions


Go rustic and shabby chic with lanterns as the focal point in your centerpiece and fill inside and around with flowers. 

Photo: Abbie Blair Photography


Maybe you just aren’t that into flowers, let the natural light of candles fill your room and bring a romantic ambiance to the evening. 

Photo: Alexandra Blackmon Photography

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