DIY weddings are all the rage. With inspiration at your fingertips from Pinterest and blogs such as ours, creating your own bouquet, invitations and centrepieces has never been easier. The Confetti shop is home to hundreds of DIY products specifically designed to help you create your dream wedding, and today we’re going to show you 50 stunning DIY wedding centrepieces.
1) DIY Birdcage Centrepiece
If you’re looking for something beautifully simple a pretty white birdcage filled with baby’s breath (gypsophila) is perfect for a winter wedding. Research your DIY centrepiece flowers and check they are in season – your flowers should be more affordable as well as being more widely available. Try using a mix of fairy lights and holly in Winter, or try daisies and cornflowers in summer.You could even try small potted plants for your DIY centrepiece, especially as daffodils and snowdrops begin to bloom.
2) DIY Glass Vases Centrepiece
Glass cylinder vases filled with white tulips and parrot tulips and finished off with a bunch of israeli ruscus and a pretty ceramic bird. These simple and stunning glass cylinder vases are perfect for single flowers and candles. The ceramic bird decorations can be added to any single vases adding a pretty finishing touch to your DIY wedding centrepiece.
3) DIY Flowers in Bottles Centrepiece
If you’re looking for a really quick and simple DIY centrepiece this couldn’t be better. Try using a selection of clear glass bottles and containers, all different in size and shape, and fill with your favourite flowers. The flowers can be bought the day before the wedding from your local florist or supermarket, or perhaps even picked from the garden if you have planned to grow them in advance.
Remember if you go for something in season your DIY centrepiece will be even more affordable. Take a look at tulips and daffodils around Spring, or perhaps even some flowering herbs or scented roses in the Summer months. These clear glass bottles are really simply filled with white and pink carnations and finished off with cute ceramic birds.
4) DIY Urn Centrepiece
A tall vase/urn filled with lisianthus, astilbe, Queen Anne’s lace, spray roses, seeded eucalyptus, and sedum in a square of floral foam make up this beautiful floral centrepiece. If you’re thinking of creating your own DIY centrepieces try asking your florist to create the larger display for the main table, leaving you to create smaller displays with coordinating flowers and candles for the rest of the room.
5) DIY Books and Flowers Centrepiece
This bouquet of dusty purple spray roses, anemone, and seeded eucalyptus on a stack of vintage books wouldn’t look out of place at any beautifully styled fairytale wedding. You could even use your own books to add extra height, as well as creating a special and thoughtful DIY centrepiece for the table. These pretty hand tied flowers could be made using real or artificial flowers and you could also use your bridesmaid bouquets.
Featured above: Fairytale Centrepiece
6) DIY Birdcage Raised on Books Centrepiece
These really beautiful white bird cages are simply filled with small hand tied bouquets of white anemone, blue muscari, and purple stock. To add some extra height and detail the bird cages are stacked on top of vintage books. If you’re thinking about your own DIY floral centrepieces you could try using different flowers for each table, or mixing some wild flowers in to each display.
Featured above: Small Metal Birdcage with Suspended Tealight Holder with Clover Antique Key Charms and Vintage Romance Card
7) DIY Bowl of Flowers Centrepiece
This pretty DIY floral centrepiece is made up of dusty purple spray roses, white lisianthus, dusty miller, silver dollar eucalyptus, and seeded eucalyptus in a square of floral foam. These relaxed floral displays could even be made in advance if you filled each bowl with soil and planted them with seasonal flowers or herbs.
Scented roses would also work really well. These beautiful planted centrepieces could even be given as thank you gifts, which will be even more special if they have been made by you!
Featured above: Decorative Bowl
8) DIY Glittered Tealight Holder Centrepiece
If you’re thinking of an alternative to flowers, this DIY centrepiece is made up of glass tealight holders with spray-on adhesive and gold glitter. Simply made using your own glitter or (non flammable) spray you can create the perfectly coordinated delicate tealight holders which will light up any table and make it look really special. These glittered tealight holders are especially beautiful at Winter weddings or for a late evening ceremony.
Featured above: Blown Glass Mini Tealight Luminaries
9) DIY Winter Lavender Centrepiece
This super stylish display is the perfect DIY floral centerpiece as it is so easy to make yet looks so beautiful! This simple mix of white, purple and glass is finished with scattered candles, lavender, and sea holly. This chic display would look truly sparkling at any Winter wedding – try using any simple fragrant floral for an added touch of elegance.
Featured above: White Glass Bottle Decor Set, Clear Vintage Style Pressed Glass Flute, Clear Vintage Style Pressed Glass Goblet, Vintage Inspired Aged Grey and White Glass Votive Holders, Vintage Inspired Taper Candle Holder, Floral Pressed Glass Mason Jar Favour With Stopper, Vintage Shabby Chic Wedding Favour Boxes, and Oval Tin Tags With Jute Hangers
10) DIY Rustic Glam Centrepiece
This lovely rustic DIY centrepiece is made up of white and grey glass goblets, white bottles and spindle candles. It would fit in perfectly at any relaxed outdoor wedding or scattered around the tables of a beautiful barn venue.
The vases are filled with spray roses, white lilac, ranunculus, and sedum. The variety of heights, textures and tones means you can move and change each decoration to suit your table set up and style.
Featured above: Shabby Chic Spindle Candle Holder Set with Votive Candles, Grey Vintage Style Pressed Glass Flute, Grey Vintage Style Pressed Glass Goblet, White Glass Bottle Decor Set, Large and Small Silver Glass Globe Votive Holder with Reflective Lace Pattern, Antique Chic Personalised Paper Place Mat, Lace Medley Napkin Tag, Twisted Fork Place Card Holders, Lace Medley Assorted Flat Place Cards, Large Kraft Tag with Vintage Lace White Print Numbers
11) DIY Woodland Nests and Trees Centrepiece
The perfect place to begin creating your DIY centrepiece design is with these gorgeous artificial birch trees and nest wreaths. Each could be easily adapted to create the perfect look and feel for any season and colour scheme at your wedding – from light pastels and florals for Spring, to twinkling fairy lights and Christmas tree decorations in Winter. These artificial centrepieces have been completed with white and gold accents, candles, and roses.
Featured above: Artificial Birch Tree Centrepiece, White Glass Bottle Decor Set, Woodland Pretty Monogram Antler Small PVC Sticker, Blown Glass Votive Candle Holder With Lamp Silhouette, Rustic Self-Standing Table Number and Holders, Mini Antler-Shaped Stationery Card Holders with DIY Decorative Golden Accents, Woodland Pretty Large Rectangular Tag and Menu Card
12) DIY Ice and Fire Centrepiece
If you’re looking for an alternative to floral decorations there are lots of other options available for your DIY centrepieces. Using a selection of clear containers on each table filled with faux ice and candles will create a beautiful simple table decoration which sets the perfect romantic atmosphere. Combined with some scattered tea lights or fairy lights in jars this pretty centrepiece can look just as enchanting as any floral display.
13) DIY Autumn Bottles Decor
If you’re planning a cosy Autumn wedding you can go all-out with warm golden shades, glitter and sparkling lanterns to create the perfect DIY centrepiece. This pretty display comes complete with faux flowers, tall candles and wooden roses, it’s finished with these mini white pumpkins filled with dried flowers. Try placing a faux tealight inside each pumpkin for some extra twinkle.
14) DIY Wooden Slices Centrepiece
For a beautiful rustic DIY centrepiece idea try using simple wooden slices placed around the table at varying heights. You can top each one with a pretty pillar candle, or try creating small hand tied bouquets of wildflowers in glass bottles to complete the look. Florals below include yellow spray roses, hypericum berry, craspedia, and white stock.
Featured above: Glass Bottle Decor
15) DIY Decorative Planters Centrepiece
A selection of planters filled with flowers including spray roses, sunflowers, craspedia, and sedum can look really beautiful and stylish in any season and can easily be made days or weeks ahead of your big day. Try mixing in some thoughtful extras such as miniature metal pails or decorative pitchers filled with flowers – not only will they look pretty, they can also work as DIY wedding favours ready for your guests!
16) DIY Glass Bottles in a Metal Basket Centrepiece
Try gathering small bouquets of your favourite flowers into clear glass bottles or jars and display them in sets of 3. These clear glass bottles sit perfectly in an iron holder, each filled with white and yellow flowers and spray roses. You could also try placing tealights in each jar, or even little bunches of fragrant herbs and wildflowers.
17) DIY Jars in a Wire Basket Centrepiece
A selection of vintage style mason jars in a wire holder, filled with pretty seasonal flowers can create the most beautiful DIY centrepiece. Using different flowers you can change the look and feel of your design, these could also be given as wedding favours or as thank you gifts on the day.
Featured above: Vintage Inspired Mason Jar Set In Wire Holder, Vintage Glass Milk Bottle with Candy Striped Paper “Sipper” Straws, Vintage White Enamelware Canister With Lid, Vintage White Mini Pitchers, and Natural Burlap Table Runner with Lace Edging
Vintage style mason jars in a wire holder, filled with pastel pink and purple flowers including carnations and astilbe.
Featured above: Vintage Inspired Mason Jar Set In Wire Holder
Pink peonies, pink ranunculus, peach spray roses, white lilac, white stocks, and white anemones arranged in mason jars.
18) DIY Ornate Cake Stand Centrepiece
A bouquet of peach colored tulips and stems of white lilac arranged on an ornate cake stand is a really simple stylish way to dress each table. Using an ornate cake stand as your DIY centrepiece means you can really adorn it with anything you wish – from scented candles to florals, to beautifully iced cakes placed on each table ready to be served for afternoon tea.
Featured above: DIY Spring and Summer Wedding Floral Arrangements
You could also decorate your DIY centrepiece with pretty collections of packaged wedding favours, photos and tealight holders.
Featured above: Bell Shaped Glass Tealight Holder, Vintage Inspired Taper Candle Holder, Miniature Glass Tealight Holder with Wire Hanger, Open Ornate Vintage Inspired Frame In Antique White, and Medium Taper Candles
19) DIY Vintage Drawer Centrepiece
Using pretty painted drawers with ornate handles can create a vintage look and feel to your DIY centrepiece. Tipped onto their side vintage drawers can work as a display shelf for plant pots and photos, or placed on each table you can fill the drawer with decorative items, gifts, notes and flowers.
Featured above: Vintage Display Drawer, Vintage Inspired Ornate Box, Miniature Glass Tealight Holder with Wire Hanger, Decorative Bird Metal Spool With Jute Twine, Vintage Lace Pearl Garland , Large and Small Peach Glass Globe Votive Holder with Reflective Lace Pattern
20) DIY Candles Centrepiece
Try arranging candles together for your DIY centrepiece to create a simple pretty style. Collections of pillar candles or church candles can look really striking when displayed together on decorative trays alongside ornaments and other keepsakes. These pillar candles are finished with a little seeded eucalyptus.
Featured above: Rustic Wood Decorative Tray with Ornamental Handles and Small and Thick Medium Round Pillar Candles
21) DIY Rustic Wood and Glass Box Centrepiece
Try arranging candles inside wood and glass lanterns for a simple stylish alternative to flowers. The candles are finished with some seeded eucalyptus, or you could try using some bunches of lavender or rose petals to decorate your DIY centrepieces. Your lanterns could even then be moved around your reception room or to the garden to decorate elsewhere throughout the day and night.
22) DIY Metal and Pearls Birdcage Centrepiece
A pretty birdcage with a simple tealight raised on an iron candle holder, finished with strings of pearls would work well for a vintage wedding theme. Additions to the birdcage such as the pearl garland and tag can be adapted to suit your style and colours, or try using scented tealights for a personalised touch to your DIY centrepiece.
Stationery holders are a nice way to display name tags, table names, or perhaps even special photos or notes to guests.
Featured above: Small Metal Birdcage with Suspended Tealight Holder, Vintage Inspired Iron Pillar Candle Holder, Decorative Pearl Garland, Ornamental Ribbed Orb Vintage Table Number Holder, and Contemporary Vintage Large Rectangular Tag
23) DIY Tin Box and Candles Centrepiece
We love these aged tin boxes with a blackboard panel, they are perfect for anyone trying to create personalised DIY centrepieces. Try filling each box with raised candles and flowers, or perhaps with wedding favours and mini sparklers for your guests.
Featured above: Tin Box With Aged Finish & Blackboard Panel Display and Small Round Pillar Candles
24) DIY Drinks Bar Centrepiece
Why not create a drinks bar in the centre of the table for your guests.. Stock each bar with locally made or popular spirits, or perhaps include a cocktail recipe for your guests to create during the wedding breakfast. If you want to keep the theme of your DIY centerpiece running place personalised wine glasses at every setting which can work as both their cocktail glass, and wedding favour.
Featured above: Large and Small Personalised Stemless Wine Glasses, Geometric Wooden Tealight Holder, Personalised Square Paper Coasters, Metallic Gold “Cocktails” Acrylic Sign, and Gold Geometric Candle Lantern
25) DIY Tiered Plants Centrepiece
For a contemporary fresh feel to your DIY centrepieces try using potted green plants. We love these multilevel metallic gold “mercury” votive holders paired with gold geometric lanterns and candle holders. Each centerpiece can be made well in advance just don’t forget to water them before the big day!
26) DIY Pink and Gold Geometric Centrepiece
We love these metallic gold geometric hanging candle holders paired with pastel pink flowers such as peonies or roses. Not only do they look gorgeous, they are also easy to create. Use blooms or tea lights, or perhaps a mixture of both for a pretty, contemporary feel to your DIY centrepieces.
27) DIY Fairytale Lantern Centrepiece
These aged-white metal lanterns are perfect for anyone trying to create a fairytale theme. Finished with pillar candles and pastel florals these fairytale lanterns will work beautifully alongside your colour scheme and style. After your wedding breakfast you can even move the lanterns into your reception room.
28) DIY Fairytale Candelabra Centrepiece
We love this metallic gold candelabra which could work as a beautiful DIY centrepiece on its own. If you’re looking to add some more colour and detail try draping with greenery such as ivy, or with crystal garlands for a vintage feel. This gorgeous candelabra is surrounded by a vibrant Summer wreath.
29) DIY Summer Birdcage Centrepiece
This classic round birdcage looks stunning as a DIY centrepiece, filled with rosebuds, petals, candles or flowers it will take centre stage on any table. We love this bright mix of florals and tealights which adds a little contemporary feel to this vintage style.
Featured above: Classic Round Decorative Birdcage
30) DIY Pastel Blue Watering Can Centrepiece
This cute pastel blue and green garden-themed wedding table is beautifully finished with mini decorative candles and posies. This DIY centrepiece would work perfectly for a Spring or Summer wedding, especially set in a sunny garden or marquee.
31) DIY Pink and Gold Birdcage Centrepiece
This pretty metallic gold birdcage is filled with ivory and pastel pink flowers perfect for any fairytale or vintage style wedding. These pretty stemless wine glasses and printed paper napkins would also work well with this style and could be given to your guests as personalised wedding favours.
32) DIY Pink and Purple Spring Flowers Centrepiece
These DIY centrepieces could be planted in advance or filled just before to create a really stunning and unique floral display. Here white and peach ranunculus, white frilly tulips, lilac freesia, stocks and genestra are arranged in tin containers with faux moss accents for a little touch of added greenery.
Featured above: Miniature Silver Watering Cans, Faux Moss And Wicker Mini Favour Planter With Liner, Classic Glass Votive Holder in Daiquiri Green, Galvanized Tin Rectangular Planter, Roll Of Faux Moss Ribbon, Tall Ornamental Wire Stationery Holder, and Natural Charm Round Table Numbers and Small Sticker, via DIY Springtime Wedding Tabletop
33) DIY Pomanders Centrepiece
We love these stylish wooden pomanders arranged on tall candle holders/vases along the centre of the table. It’s simple chic design is perfect if you’re trying to create a simple and effective DIY centrepiece that will remain looking faultless all day.
Featured above: Medium and Small Wood-Curls Pomander Balls, Faux Moss and Wicker Pomander, Shabby Chic Spindle Candle Holder Set, and Mini Porcelain Luggage Vase with “Wanderlust” Personalised Rubber Stamp
34) DIY Cupcake Stand Centrepiece
Whether you buy or borrow a set of cake stands you will find so much choice when it comes to style and design from vintage to contemporary. Try stacking mini favour bags or packets of seeds on a tall afternoon tea stand, or arrange a selection of pastel flowers on each tier.
If you’re planning a vintage afternoon tea as part of your wedding breakfast, turn your cakes into the centrepiece, surrounded by tea lights and edible flowers it will look just as striking as any floral display.
35) DIY Provençal Pitcher Centrepiece
We love these simple, vintage style pitchers filled with seasonal floral arrangements. Tied with a simple coordinating ribbon these will look effortlessly chic as the perfect DIY centrepiece.
36) DIY Mini Martini Glasses Centrepiece
For something simple and playful fill empty martini glasses with sweets or cupcakes and display them as the centrepiece on each guest table. Try placing them on an elevated cake stand and add personalised name tags to each glass if you’re thinking of using them as wedding favours.
37) DIY Raised Wedding Cake Centrepiece
For more intimate weddings you may have only one or two tables, or perhaps you’ll be seated in one long galley-style room. These pretty high and low tiered cake stands will work perfectly to display your wedding cake if you’re looking for a simple DIY centrepiece. Dotted with some rose petals or candles, these cakes and personalised decorations will look striking at the centre of your table.
38) DIY Vintage Apothecary Jars Centrepiece
These pretty vintage style apothecary jars can be easily filled with sweet treats and decorative pearls to create a DIY centrepiece. The jars could also double up as tealight holders, or perhaps be tagged and given to guests to take as wedding favours.
Featured above: Decorative Pedestaled Apothecary Jar With Bell Shaped Bowl | Decorative Pedestaled Apothecary Jar With Globe Shaped Bowl | Decorative Pearl Garland | Heart Shaped Plates | Classic Damask Filigree Paper Cupcake Wrappers and “Floral Dreams” Personalised Clear Acrylic Block Cake Topper
39) DIY Towering Vases Centrepiece
Create some drama and height by using towering vases and spindle candle holders. Try filling each high vase with a selection of bold structured florals and add those little splashes of coordinating colour through mini hand tied posies and a scattering of tealights.
Featured above: Shabby Chic Spindle Candle Holder Set, Frosted Sea Blue Bottle with Cork Stopper, Antique White Metal Filigree Candle Holder, Round Pillar Candles, Classic Glass Votive Holder in Silver, Feather Whimsy Folder Table Numbers
40) DIY Vintage Boxes and Candles Centrepiece
This gorgeous vintage wedding table is so beautifully styled with long decorative boxes placed down the centre of the table filled with flowers and candles. This heavily detailed style could work equally well throughout the seasons, swapping bright florals for herbs, daffodils or snowdrops depending on the time of year.
Featured above: Vintage Inspired Ornate Box with Decorative Pull, Iron Pillar Candle Holder, Taper Candle Holder, Iron Taper Candle Holder, Aged Grey and White Glass Votive Holders, Shabby Chic Table Sign Holder With Metal Flower, Table Number Holders with Contemporary Square Table Number Holders, Decorative Pearl Garland, Rolled Fabric Lace Flowers, Thick Medium Round Pillar Candles, and Medium Taper Candles
41) DIY Shabby Chic Jug Centrepiece
These beautiful porcelain jugs are raised on a vintage drawer, filled to burst with real and fabric flowers and finished with ruffled pink ribbon. The ruffled fabric ribbon brings the centrepiece together and across the table, along with the beautiful ruffled flowers on wire stems which could work perfectly as both a floral display or as a single bouquet.
Featured above: Vintage Inspired Suitcase, Ruffled Fabric Ribbon Trim, Personalised Flat Paper Bag with “Burlap Chic” Monogram Personalised Rubber Stamp, Fabric Ruffle Flowers in Small, Medium, and Large, Fabric Ruffle Flowers on Wire Stems, Medium Taper Candles
42) DIY Rustic Centrepiece
These square grey vases are filled with pink and ivory roses for a classic look, each raised on a large wood slice and surrounded by candles in candle holders. This simple design creates the perfect rustic DIY centrepiece and works well when you have very little space on the table.
43) DIY Romantic Pink and Gold Centrepiece
This pretty pink and gold DIY centrepiece is made with a gold wire and pearl tree, decorated and finished with baby’s breath (gypsophila) and a gold-and-glass box filled with petal confetti. Paired with some long tapered candles this chic and romantic display could easily adapt to suit multiple styles and colour schemes,
Finishing touches of vintage lace and feather complement the style, along with the stunning wooden pomander balls attached to each chair.
Featured above: Pearl and Vintage Gold Wire Ornamental Tree, Jewel Footed Wooden Boxes With Aged White Finish with Vintage Lace Place Card With Fold, Small Wood-Curls Pomander Balls, and Medium Taper Candles
44) DIY Favour Boxes Centrepiece
These vintage-style “LOVE” favour boxes are so pretty they could work as part of any DIY centrepiece arrangement. Finished with pink ribbon these cubed favour boxes could be carefully stacked on each table for guests.
Featured above: “LOVE” Cube Favour Boxes With Charming Aged Print
45) DIY Vintage Centrepiece
To create a really beautiful DIY centrepiece try stacking or filling a selection of pretty vintage boxes on each of your tables or around the edges of the reception room. With so many pretty patterns to choose from these vintage style boxes and drawers look effortlessly stylish especially when filled with pastel flowers, candles and dainty pearl garland.
Featured above: Vintage Inspired Wood Case with Hinged Lid, Ornate Box with Decorative Pull, Iron Pillar Candle Holder, Taper Candle Holder, Iron Taper Candle Holder, Vintage Display Drawer, Decorative Pearl Garland, Thick Medium Round Pillar Candles, and Medium Taper Candles
46) DIY Books and Glasses Centrepiece
If you’re having a vintage style wedding these DIY centrepiece ideas and accessories are the perfect place to start. Try filling clear glass goblets with seasonal flowers and display them raised on a stack of vintage books. These pretty vintage keys add the perfect finishing touch, they could also be used to hand tie wedding favours or small coordinating bouquets.
Featured above: Clear Vintage Style Pressed Glass Flute, LOVE Vintage Typewriter Key Magnets with Gift Packaging, Horizontal Standing Black Board Sign with Aged Finish, Antique White Miniature Metal Ring Tray, and Vintage Key Bottle Opener with Bronze Finish
47) DIY Industrial Chic Tiered Tin Boxes Centrepiece
These pretty ombre glass vases are filled with flowers and raised on a selection of personalised tin boxes. Finished off with mini succulents and chalkboards this DIY centrepiece would fit in perfectly at any vintage style wedding. Depending on the time of year you could use any small green potted plants or succulents to add a little contemporary touch.
Featured above: Tin Box With Aged Finish & Blackboard Panel Display
48) DIY Glamour Centrepiece
These spectacular glass candelabras are filled with tapered candles, surrounded by clear vases and tealight holders. These beautiful simple centrepiece ideas create a striking display, perfect for a fairytale wedding. This DIY centrepiece is further enhanced with some simple florals and plenty of twinkling lights.
Featured above: Blown Glass Mini Tealight Luminaries, Blown Glass Votive Candle Holder With Lamp Silhouette, Vintage Typewriter Card Holder with Parisian Love Letter Place Card, Parisian Love Letter Paper Blooms with Pearl Brads, and “Celebration Peonies” Large Tissue Paper Flowers
49) DIY Calla Lilies Centrepiece
If you’re thinking of creating your own DIY flower centrepiece, Calla lilies are a perfect place to start. They are simple and striking displayed on their own in single vases or tied together with some brown parcel string, lace or ribbon and placed in a large central vase. You could even use calla lillies as your bridesmaid bouquets then transfer into the vases for your wedding breakfast.
Featured above: Blown Glass Mini Tealight Luminaries
50) DIY Rose-Filled Crowns Centrepiece
If you’re looking to add a little bit of drama to your theatrical wedding style take a look at these black and royal blue themed wedding table decorations complete with high vases and flower filled crowns. These pretty decorations are perfect for your DIY centrepiece, and could also work as cake toppers or as personalised place names.
How do you make your own centrepieces?
The idea might sound daunting but actually it’s very simple to make your own DIY centrepiece. Take a look at some of our simple suggestions- from florals to fairy lights you don’t need to be an expert to create a dazzling display.
Where do I find all the materials I need to make my own DIY centrepieces?
You will be surprised at the range of choice available when you start to shop around. Take a look at Confetti’s very own store, search online auction sites and look in your own cupboards – you may already have what you’re looking for.
What am I going to do with 10 decorative bowls after my wedding?
You might find you can hire or borrow everything you need for your DIY centrepieces. However you may also discover that a lot of glass vases and bowls etc are reasonably priced and it’s actually cheaper to buy them. After the wedding why not give them away as gifts, or sell them on to someone else and make your money back.
Is it cheaper to get my florist or venue to help?
Look into both options, it is most likely you’ll find that it’s less expensive to create your own DIY centrepieces. If you’re not feeling confident try asking a creative friend to help out or do a trial before you commit.
How can I make cheap centrepieces?
Take a look at our guide, here you will find a range of ideas to suit all budgets.
How do you make a flower arrangement for a table?
First decide if you want real or artificial flowers. For fresh flowers find out what will be in season for your wedding as these will most likely be available in abundance, for a fairer price. If you’re not confident in making one large display, try creating small hand tied bouquets and place them in small vases or go for potted plants for a more simple look.
Who will set them up on my wedding day?
Once you’re happy with your choice of DIY centrepieces, draw a sketch or better still set up a mock table with everything in its place. Take a photo and give this to your helper or wedding planner well in advance so they can familiarise themselves with your design, and most importantly what they need to do!
Browse more table top decor in our shop and see more DIY centrepieces in our articles section. Furthermore, read on to see exactly what the benefits of DIY weddings actually are and find 8 easy DIY wedding ideas.