I wanted to create this guide, I guess you could call it, for researching and choosing wedding centerpieces. Searching online can seem never ending and overwhelming. Y0u may not find the perfect centerpiece for you wedding here, however, you will be on the right path. You should bookmark this page so that you can easily come back to it in the future. It can serve as a starting point.“If you are looking to find centerpieces you can DIY, where you can buy wedding centerpieces, different types of wedding centerpieces, or if you’re just starting you’re search and looking for ideas this should be very beneficial.”
DIY Wedding Centerpieces
If you’re designing on a budget, DIY is probably become a popular word in your vocabulary. Before you get overwhelmed, check out these places first:
Wedding Bee has created a user based board where anyone can upload wedding centerpieces they created along with instructions. You can leave comments for the creator and get answers to any questions that you might have.
The Knot has put together a video with some great ideas. These ideas look like they’re done by a professional and best of all they won’t break the bank.
Azure at OneWed.com has put together a list of 5 really unique but simple DIY centerpieces. Azure and Onewed.com has a lot of really cool ideas.
Austin Weddings has put together a gallery of 21 unique wedding centerpieces that’s worth checking out.
You must check out http://www.micheals.com. They more than likely have a store near you too. Great for browsing and getting ideas
Some DIY pictures (click the link below the picture to see more about the centerpiece):
No Time for DIY, try these places to buy:
If you haven’t heard of Etsy yet, I highly recommend that you check it out. Etsy is an online mall where people can sell stuff they make. It’s soo cool!! Here is a link to a search for wedding centerpieces.
I mentioned it already above in DIY, but I highly recommend Michaels whether you plan to buy or DIY. If you’re making a floral centerpiece, you can get bulk discounts on flowers from Fifty Flowers. If you’re more into edible centerpieces, then check out Edible Arrangements. Edible Arrangements has stores in just about every major city, so chances are they will be able to deliver to you.
I will continually add to this list as I come across more sites or ideas I like. If you have wedding centerpieces that you’ve created, please share them by leaving a comment and your email address. If I think the centerpiece is worthy of the list I will email you for pictures ans more information. I hope in someway this guide has helped you. If you write a blog, please share these ideas with your readers with the following code:
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