Florboxoxo | Wedding Flowers | Centerpiece Styles

Updated: May 7

Flower centerpieces serve this duty of gathering the wedding guests together for a centered reception of celebration and support of the newly married couple. The centerpiece is the epicenter of promised laughter and conversation. It is responsible for sparking a connection between two families now lawfully combined into one. The centerpiece reunites long-lost friends and lights the journey of building new friendships out of mutual acquaintances. The table centerpieces of the wedding reception are meaningful to your guests and, therefore, essential. Check out our top 5centerpieces every wedding should feature.. - OXO


1. Classic Vase Arrangement

This classic table arrangement has served as a staple for centuries, dating back to Ancient Egypt. According to design preferences, types of flowers and greenery can vary in shape and size. The vases also may vary in shape and size. Placing these arrangements as central focal points on tables, round or square, small or large, can vary; eitherway, this centerpiece is the most versatile for any wedding theme and design.


2. Table Garland Arrangement

Since Ancient Greece, the table garland arrangement has been dawning on tabletops at celebratory events. It continues to evolve into what is now a trendy bridal bouquet. (See Bouquet Styles). The style, shape, and size may vary based on design preferences. For instance, there are options for a classic garland with greenery, or it can have flowers all throughout. Although garlands can showcase on any size table in any wedding theme, garlands are great for a warm family catering style with encouragement for conversation.


3. Table Wreath Arrangement

The table wreath has also been around for centuries, even dating back to as far as Ancient Rome. The table wreath style is diverse in style, especially when adding fruit or flowers to the foundational greenery. The types of tables may also vary in size in shape with table wreaths. Accessories such as lamps, candles, monograms, table numbers, etc., can be featured within the center of the wreath. Table wreaths are best for all wedding styles.