A detail that can't be overlooked, flowers are the final touch to the ceremony, the reception, and even the couple on a wedding  day. Because they do such a big job, finding the right floral style can feel overwhelming. To offer you inspiration, check out these arrangements that any wedding would be lucky to have. From citrus-accented flowers to those with a rustic touch, these centerpieces are sure to please. And while they are impressive, most are affordable options that can easily be re-created. Whether you choose to mimic an entire bouquet or just pick and choose some details, let this be your guide!
Add the final touch to an arrangement with texture. Weathered wood adds interest and complements the other earth tones. It's also a nice contrast against the chocolate-brown table.
Give feminine details a rustic touch with a woodsy trivet. Not only does it create height, but it also gives the table texture.
Small but Mighty
If you're on a flower budget, not to worry! This wedding  table uses flowers sparingly but effectively with small groups of roses scattered among bright accents.
This is arrangement is simple, classic, and stunning. A mercury glass vase subtly gives a metallic touch.
No need for fancy vases, especially at a garden wedding . Display flowers in mason jars, and let the flowers speak for themselves.
Rather than serving up citrus, style it! Keep the flowers simple, and use oranges (lemons and limes work too) to add color. An idea like this is budget-friendly and fuss-free.
To easily make traditional flowers work at a modern wedding , opt for flowers in bright colors and add a graphic detail like origami shapes.
Clear and Cool
It's OK to think inside the vase! For a simplistic touch, rest flowers inside clear jars — easy!
A wedding 's centerpiece can go beyond flowers. Natural details like moss-filled baskets and nests are an unexpected detail that adds interest and completes the final look.
We love how this centerpiece extends out. A few of these would be stunning lining a banquet table.
If you're planning a garden wedding , vintage water cans make the perfect vase for a DIY  arrangement. They can easily be found at flea markets and their large size will fill a table.
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If you're on a tight budget, skip the flowers altogether. Lining the table with greens creates an affordable centerpiece that pops against crisp, white linens.
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Rather than using a vase to display flowers, try a bell jar! It creates a stunning, whimsical look that likely hasn't been seen before!
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