If you’re looking unique centerpieces for your wedding, it can seem difficult in a sea of flowers. It is possible though, to find something different than a traditional floral bouquet and still manage to make it beautiful. What better place to look than Etsy? The website is full of alternative ideas for every aspect of a wedding and centerpieces are no exception.
Books: Are you and your fiancé book lovers? The color-coordinated books in this listing from Huckster Haven would definitely make unique centerpieces. The Dallas-based shop is full of different colors to coordinate your wedding. They would add a comforting atmosphere, not to mention the smell of old books (who doesn’t love that?) to an intimate wedding reception.
Floating lily and candle: This centerpiece by RoxyInspirations is pretty and keeps a floral style but with a more modern vibe. The bright orange color would certainly add a splash of color to any table. The shop includes several artificial flower centerpieces floating in water. Since the flowers are underwater, the artificial aspect isn’t as obvious. Especially with the lights low for the evening, saving a little expense in this case, won’t hurt.
Paper bouquet: These kC2Designs wedding centerpieces are pretty cute and could complement a number of different wedding styles. Since mason jars are extremely popular right now and Tiffany blue is always popular when it comes to weddings, the Tiffany blue mason jars make elegant vases. The twine around the top and little paper flowers filling each one complete the look.
Wine cork candle holder: Vineyard weddings or any wedding with a bit of a rustic theme would enjoy these cork-filled candle holders. They are elegant and rustic at the same time, and the Dallas shop, AfterWine, has other wine cork wedding items that could adorn tables as well. Don’t worry. The corks are stored between glass on all sides, so they won’t catch on fire.
Painted candlesticks: The Art of Chic is located in Dallas and offers painted and distressed home and wedding décor. These painted candlesticks are elegant enough to conjure thoughts of antique royalty while keeping a modern shabby chic vibe. In other words, depending on what you put in them, and the tables they sit on, these candlesticks could enrich a wedding’s theme for all different styles.