With vintage and rustic themes being all the rage right now in the wedding industry, here some great centerpiece ideas from formal to simple elegance to help you create the rustic/vintage feel you are hoping for!
|Rustic Little Jars|
These mason jars wrapped in burlap or raffia material and tied with a simple bow make a beautiful and elegant centerpiece or accent piece for the sign in or gift table. Filled with baby’s breath and white daisy poms, this is an excellent option for all you DIY bries out there. Soft green hydrangea and garden roses create a soft fluffy look to these rustic centerpieces.
|Succulent Window Box|
Succulents are all the rage right now! And why shouldn’t they be? They are beautiful and because they’re green, they go with just about every color scheme. Not to mention they are extremely durable and last forever! Great gift to give your guests after the reception. This window box is filled with cactus, succulents and ranunculus, filled with moss which gives this centerpiece two thumbs up for rustic elegance.
|Lanterns, all dressed up|
Simple elegance radiates from these centerpieces. You can find these lanterns at Hobby Lobby, fill them with a candle in the shade of one of your wedding colors, and accent around the table with rocks, succulents, rose petals or small bud branches.
Raffia screams rustic. These sweet little centerpieces are lush with greenery and a few pops of pink and blush. The stems are held up with Oasis floral foam, which is then covered and wrapped in raffia, adding the perfect touch to make this centerpiece look so rustic.
|Sand Jar Table Numbers|
One of my favorite things to do is come up with creative ways to assign table numbers. These jars of different shapes and sizes are filled with sand and numbered in a clean white font, topped with fabric of your wedding color choice and tied with raffia bring so much color to the table, and they are totally affordable!
|Tin Can Centerpieces|
This is truly one of my favorite ideas. Filling a cylinder vase with colorful flowers and wrapping the vase in birch bark, wrapped in rope truly pulls nature into your overall wedding. This centerpiece could also be beautiful filled with all white flowers if your going for a more formal feel at your event.
|Wood base with candles|
On a tight budget but still want that rustic feel? Have your dad chop down a tree and use the stumps as a base for candles of varying shapes and sizes. Accent the piece with natural color rocks, rope, and dried out flowers to kick it up a notch.
|Log filled centerpiece|
Take chopping down a tree to a whole new level with this creative idea! Once the tree has been chopped, carve out holes halfway through the bark about 2 feet apart. Fill with well soaked Oasis floral foam, and fill with your favorite lush flowers! I love hydrangea, so I wouldn’t change a lot about this log filled with jumbo white hydrangea and ranunculus, but the possibilities are endless!