Summer wedding season is approaching, and it’s high time to choose some wedding ideas for summer weddings if you have some choices left still. Today’s roundup is dedicated to summer wedding centerpieces, bright and vibrant or neutral and refreshing.
A centerpiece will help you create a tablescape and ambience that you like, highlight the wedding style and theme and the colors you’ve chosen, so making centerpieces and choosing blooms for them is important. The most common thing is a floral centerpiece, though you may add greenery, succulents, cacti, herbs, air plants, even fruits and berries to make your centerpieces stand out. Don’t forget that choosing a container is also important to embrace the style: a wooden box will work for a rustic or woodland wedding, a clear glass vase is a timeless solution for a modern or minimalist wedding, a refined bowl is great for vintage and glam styles and so on. Now let’s take a look at some gorgeous summer wedding centerpieces that you may rock to create a vivacious ambience.
Neutral Or Pastel Blooms + Greenery
White flowers and greenery of various kinds look very refreshing, vivacious and beautiful, such a centerpiece is a timeless idea for most of summer and spring weddings, especially if your color scheme is all about neutrals. You can never go wrong with such an option, and even if you don’t have a particular color scheme, such a centerpiece will work. Pastel flowers – blush, light blue, lilac and light yellow ones look very soft and chic with greenery, they bring a light feel to the tablescape though providing some color. Opt for the shades that are in your color scheme, add ferns, tropical leaves if you want and pampas grass for a trendy feel.
Colorful Blooms + Greenery
If your summer wedding is vivacious and bold, rock super colorful flowers for your centerpieces: red, pink, hot pink, blue, purple, yellow, orange and other blooms – mix them all or go for some particular shades. Add various greenery: herbs, ferns, leaves, palm leaves, try succulents and cacti for a textural look. Make the centerpiece bolder with fruits: kumquats, lemons, tangerines, berries and so on. Try cascading greenery to make the decor more interesting, add ferns and billy balls for a woodland feel. If it’s a boho wedding, boldly DIY some centerpieces of wildflowers, they will be fantastic! Get inspired!