Question by  sudeer (20)

What are some unusual centerpieces for weddings?

I need wedding centerpiece ideas.


Answer by  ferfer72 (2623)

My sister put cameras in the centerpieces at her wedding. We all took pictures with them and turned them in to a box as we were leaving the ceremony. That gave her fun and candid pictures for her album.


Answer by  trudie1962 (1022)

1. a grouping of small, potted flowers or plants - each guest takes one home 2. autumn wedding: a wicker cornucopia filled with seasonal fruit/veg and small jars of preserves/jams for guests to take home - tag with names of bride & groom and date 3. a tall glass/crystal vase filled with lemons, limes, and oranges


Answer by  Adi (175)

A bouquet made of candy, so guests can eat it while they talk. A bunch of picture frames full of pictures of the couple, which guests can take home afterwards. A jewlery tree, hung with gifts for guests.


Answer by  YK (304)

For an unusual centerpiece theme, think of something that is special to you and/or your fiance- i. e. a shared hobby, or perhaps a job, a favorite vacation spot, etc. For example, if you are both musicians, you could create something based around a musical instrument, or if you are avid sports enthusiasts, you could create something sport-themed.


Answer by  Angie83 (180)

I've seen shells, beta fish in little fish bowls, small flowers potted in tea cups, photos of the couple. Use things that have special meanings for the couple, things that go with the theme of the wedding or things that go with the honeymoon destination.


Answer by  sammy0415 (274)

Of course, the most popular choice would be a floral arrangement. Roses, carnations, lilies, and gerbera daisies are popular choices. In order to save money many brides have replaced floral arrangements with floating candles, pillar candles, wildflowers, paper lanterns, food such as a cupcake tree or chocolate fountain. When it comes to weddings, anything goes! Be creative!

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