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Budget Wedding Centerpieces

Wedding Centerpieces


Wedding center pieces form an important part of your wedding décor. It is not necessary that only by shelling out a lot of money you can get exclusive center pieces. Budget wedding centerpieces can be unique too! You can use your imagination and creativity and make some beautiful center pieces using easily available items. Here are some tips for making creative budget center pieces.

Budget Wedding Centerpieces

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Instead of hiring expensive vases, you could use glass bottles or jars of various shapes as vases. You could paint these or decorate them with ribbons and other embellishments. Also you could use fruits like strawberries, blueberries or cherries along with home grown ferns and flowers instead of expensive flowers. Another option is to completely do away with the flowers and use candles, sand, pebbles, painted twigs or shells depending on the theme. You could even use well trimmed potted plants as center pieces. Martini glasses are also very attractive and can be used.

Wedding Centerpiece

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You can add colour by using colourful crystals or pearls as fillers for vases or just coloured water made by diluting paint in it or even use clay to make artistic elements. Coloured sand is also a very good option. This will enhance the décor and make it bright and colourful. Since flowers are expensive you could make urli’s instead of vase arrangements with petals and floating candles. You can make it more fun by involving your friends and brainstorming on ideas and we are sure your center pieces will be unique and fun.

At Marry Me Wedding Planners, we personalize every little detail to make your dream day priceless. We will be glad to assist you with extraordinary concepts for your table centerpieces depending on your wedding budget.

Author: Candice | Posted on: July 3, 2011 at 8:46 am | Posted under: Wedding Decor, Wedding Planning | Bookmark the permalink | Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL


  1. Leagh
    Posted August 5, 2011 at 5:56 pm | Permalink

    I am thinking about using just one flower for each container ,but a huge one,like hydrangea or a large gerbera.It is much nicer to have fresh flowers ,not the fake one. Several bright gerberas in wineglasses could brighten the table and make it more fun and dynamic. Thank you for tips!

  2. Thushara Abeyratne
    Posted November 4, 2011 at 11:41 am | Permalink

    Awesome !!!!

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