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63 Gorgeous DIY Wedding Centerpieces

Whether you want to craft floral masterpieces, make simple arrangements look fab or go flower-free, we’ve got the DIY for you.

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Autumn’s Shining Shades

Embrace fall’s most vibrant, saturated colors to achieve this look — think tangerine, coral and blood orange hues. Pair the striking colors with natural wood and metallics for a rustic-glam feel. Here, a peony framed with dusty miller steals the show, but choose your favorite flowers to personalize your centerpieces. Arrange your blooms in a block of wet floral foam for easy assembly.

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Soft Meets Simple

Skip the flowers and welcome the soft, natural elegance of eucalyptus. Pair the gorgeous greenery with crisp white table linens, plenty of candles and subtle gold accents.

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Gorgeous Groupings

One of the easiest ways to create floral arrangements yourself is to arrange one variety of blooms in its own vase. This way all you have to do is hold the bunch of flowers, cut the stems (at an angle, of course) and place them in a vessel filled with water. Easy peasy!

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Photo: Morgan Faulkner. From: Morgan Faulkner.

Back to Basics

Floral foam can be intimidating, but it can also be your best friend when it comes to creating arrangements. This pastel display is made in a plastic dish that allows it to sit flat on the table — perfect for chit-chatting with other wedding-goers without a centerpiece in the way. Get the step-by-step instructions below.

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