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Choose a fun wedding centrepiece that really reflects your chosen theme. Here are some of our favourite ideas…

<Your centrepieces are one of the areas where you can get truly creative with your wedding. Instead of just going for cut flowers, why not choose a fun wedding centrepiece that really reflects your chosen theme? Here are some of our favourite ideas…

Oranges

Colourful fruit makes for a fantastic alternative centrepiece. Depending on your budget, theme and what’s in season, you could use apples, cherries or lemons, but we love this bright centrepiece made of oranges. Fruit also makes great place name holders too!
 

Fun wedding centrepiece ideas

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Scrabble

If you and your h2b love board games, why not use them in your centrepieces to add a personal touch? Games like Scrabble can lend a bit of colour and interest to a plain tablecloth, and the letter tiles can be used to spell out the table number or your guests’ names.
 

Fun wedding centrepiece ideas

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Books

If you want a last-minute way to make your table centres more unique, then books are a great way to make them a little more personal – especially if you’re a couple who loves to read. Add vintage books in your wedding colours, or books that meant a lot to you as children.
 

Fun wedding centrepiece ideas

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Cutout paper

For a crafty take on the book centrepiece, you can add a little paper art to the mix by creating table numbers, initials or hearts with cutout pages. There are plenty of online tutorials that can help you to do this, and your guests are sure to be impressed by your DIY skills!
 

Fun wedding centrepiece ideas

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Lavender

Flowers don’t always have to be in vases! Potted plants are an eco-friendly alternative to cut flowers, and your guests can easily take them home. Moss, narcissi and hyacinths are all pretty options, but we love the look and scent of potted lavender as a table centre.
 

Fun wedding centrepiece ideas

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Sand

Having a beach wedding? Sand can make a real impact in wedding centrepieces. Fill some glass hurricane vases in varying sizes, and just add candles, shells and a couple of large blooms such as peonies.
 

Fun wedding centrepiece ideas

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Tree branches

Tree branches are having a real moment in wedding décor – they work well in any season, and look great on their own or with added decoration. We love the look of stripped branches decorated with hanging candles, moss and a couple of well-placed flowers.
 

Fun wedding centrepiece ideas

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Bottles

Love the romantic look of bottle candle holders? Then use them in your wedding centrepieces! You can use dark glass and melted candle wax for an atmospheric winter centrepiece, or use light, multi-coloured bottles for a more colourful take on the trend. You could even DIY some glitter bottles and use candles in your wedding colours.
 

Fun wedding centrepiece ideas

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Pinwheels

Pinwheels make for a cute and colourful wedding centrepiece and are easily made at home. The best thing about pinwheels is they can be made in any paper of your choice, so they’ll always match your wedding theme. Why not use excerpts from your favourite book, or map paper showing where you and your h2b met?
 

Fun wedding centrepiece ideas

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