Wedding Centerpiece Ideas 2011

Wedding Centerpiece IdeasModern wedding centerpieces are taking on a very unique look. Instead of the traditional wedding flowers, or candles inside candleholders, placed in the middle of each table, wedding centerpiece ideas are showing a lot more creativity in 2011. Lanterns, birdcages, bonsai trees, antique pieces, suspended centerpieces, cupcake centerpieces, upside down wine glasses (used as candle holders) – many of these centerpieces are economical and elegant and with just a few touches, can be tailored to your wedding colors.

If you need some wedding centerpiece ideas, consider having a different centerpiece on each table. The table decorations do not have to be completely different, but having a modified version of each centerpiece on every table will give your wedding a very trendy look. This is especially easy to do with DIY wedding decorations as it can become pricey to have someone make several different pieces. Wedding table decoration ideas can go further than the centerpiece as well. Fall wedding decorations can include a beautiful centerpiece like a cornucopia or a carved pumpkin. You can add to the centerpiece by including other fall items on the table for décor such as dried flowers or berries at each place setting.

Peacock wedding decorations can be a nice addition to your wedding centerpiece ideas. You can add peacock feathers to your centerpiece, or place a feather attached to a card with your wedding date on each plate. Other wedding centerpiece ideas include small herb plants for the guests to take after the reception, beta fish (again for the guests to take. Make sure they are fed before the reception begins!), pinwheels mixed in with floral décor or different origami pieces, all folded by the bride and groom. The best thing about centerpieces is they are the easiest part of your wedding to create yourself!

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