I love rustic wedding centerpieces, firstly because I think they are stunning and natural and secondly because they are a relatively inexpensive way to decorate your tables.
Another best bit about them is that they don’t have to be all straight edges and finished off – the roughness is what gives them their charm! Honest!
The first set of centerpieces is what I like to call the woodland set, mainly because there is a lot of wood involved. ;-)
Every centrepiece needs a base and a slice of tree works really well doing just that (I believe they are officially called wood cookies).
Photo by Regan Walsh
On top of your slices of wood you could have
They will all look stunning against the wood.
You could also look at drilling holes in a log and use that as the centrepiece with tealights and flowers arranged in the holes and wrapped around.
The rustic flowers you see in the wedding magazines have not just been picked from the countryside, they have been bought and arranged so they don’t look like they have been arranged if you know what I mean. All of this can be expensive.
Flowers by Jinx
So how do you get your cheap flowers looking rustic and
Photo by Amanda