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Flower Centerpieces (Part 2)

Flowers chiqweddings 2010.07.12 19:34:37
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A Modern Wedding - White orchids, yellow craspedia and greenery were tucked into sleek silver vases. The long, rectangular tables were also accented with green moss balls, trailing cattleya orchids, and small glass votives.

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A Destination Wedding - The bright centerpieces were made up of orange and yellow roses, tulips, snapdragons, and gerbera daisies in rounded square vases, which were wrapped with ribbon.

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An Eclectic DIY Wedding - Not wanting to buy multiple vases for a one-time use, Brandon got the college campus where he works to donate a collection of jars and bottles for the centerpieces. Ashley and Brandon now have them displayed in their home.

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A Kentucky Horse Park Wedding - The couple opted for four different centerpieces comprised of green hydrangea, blue delphinium orchids, green dendrobium orchids, white lisanthus, green spider mums, curly willow, and an assortment of green and blue fruits and vegetables, such as artichokes, grapes, kale, and apples.

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A Vintage Bird-Themed Wedding - Most of the reception centerpieces were comprised of antique books Corynne had owned since childhood. She also cut out paper birds from old hymn books to embellish the displays. Soup cans and mason jars with candles completed the look.

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A Handmade Country Wedding - Burlap linens and romantic centerpieces of flowers cut from Brandi’s grandmother’s and parents’ yard gave the reception space a rustic, elegant look. Her grandmother arranged the flowers in distressed wood containers.

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A Rustic Destination Wedding - Regan and Michael’s florist created a mix of tall and short birch-covered vases to hold branches, fall leaves, antique hydrangea, hypericum berries, seeded eucalyptus, and cymbidium orchids.

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A Modern Wedding - The pattern of the escort bags corresponded with a homemade stuffed bird. Guests had to match the fabrics to figure out which table they’d been assigned to. The birds sat perched above five square vases with floating candles and clusters of red dahlias.

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A Nautical-Themed Wedding - White handkerchiefs with lime green borders were placed at the center of each table to highlight the white hydrangea centerpieces, the table numbers, and the lanterns of various sizes.

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A Vintage Wedding - For a contrast against the black linens, short round vases were filled with green apples and clusters of garden roses and hydrangeas.

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A Traditional Wedding - To bring a touch of spring indoors, the couple lined the chocolate linen-covered tables with tall cherry blossom branches.

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An Outdoor Wedding - For a rustic touch with bold color, paper lunch sacks held single stems of colorful flowers, like poppies, ranunculus, and tulips. Tea lights flickered around the unique displays in clear glass candle holders.

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A Rustic Wedding - Birch-wrapped vases filled with green hydrangeas, pink garden roses, and bells of Ireland, sat atop tree trunk bases. Candles of varying heights flickered beneath the groupings.

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A Rustic Wedding

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A Modern Wedding

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A Casual Wedding - Keeping with the beach theme, each table was decorated with tall white delphiniums and curly willows, from which candle votives hung.

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An Autumn Wedding - Erin wanted an autumn wedding (it’s her favorite season) and they had just six months to plan. Everything came together with sangria-colored bridesmaid dresses, brown and sage linens, and red, burgundy, gold, and chocolate flowers.

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An Outdoor Wedding

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An Outdoor Wedding - On Crissy’s many trips to yard sales and antique shops she picked up anything that caught her eye. Her final booty was a selection of advertising tins, mugs, candleholders, vases and decanters. She filled them with flowers and candles placed them on the tables, which were topped with burlap.

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An Outdoor Wedding - On Crissy’s many trips to yard sales and antique shops she picked up anything that caught her eye. Her final booty was a selection of advertising tins, mugs, candleholders, vases, and decanters. She filled them with flowers and candles placed them on the tables, which were topped with burlap.
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