When you’re planning a wedding, you want everything to be just as you have pictured it. This means creating some really special wedding decor. If you’re going to make your own DIY wedding centerpieces, you want to be sure to check out the ideas we have rounded up below.
There are beautiful ideas here – something for pretty much every decor theme and style you can imagine. Whether beachy, floral, farmhouse, or sophisticated, we have found some gorgeous centerpieces you’re going to love.
DIY Wedding Centerpieces
You are going to simply adore the ideas in this DIY wedding decor post. An outdoor wedding with a little bit of country style and a whole lot of sophistication, these ideas are amazing!
For something simple, sophisticated, and a little bit unique, check out this centerpiece. At only $13 each, it’s a really economical option too!
These glitter vases could be used for so many different special occasions. They add a touch of glitz and glam to any venue and they are SO CHEAP to make.
Can you guess what this started as? It was a hula hoop and now it’s a lovely centerpiece for a wedding.
You can often find these vases at your local dollar store making this another pretty, but inexpensive solution for your centerpiece needs.
Another centerpiece with simplicity and impact! Grab these fish bowls at the dollar store.
Create some lovely floral wreaths to lay on each table around the candle displays. Use fresh or artificial flowers.
This is just a footed bowl dipped in plaster for a stunning new look! Add your favorite flowers.
Topiaries make for beautiful wedding decor. These are made from old book pages and come together really quickly and inexpensively.
We don’t know about you but we think these look real! They’re so pretty and will last and last.
Grab some more book pages or sheet music and turn plain mason jars into beautiful vases.
Wow. These flowers really do look like they’re floating above the table. Can’t you just imagine a row or cluster of these in the center of each table?
These wooden boxes will be perfect on the porch of your home after the wedding.
Instead of a topiary, how about creating a pomander? Easy to make in whatever color you want, simply sit them on the table or use candlesticks as bases for them.
Eggshells make delicate tiny little vases for your favorite flowers. Who knew an egg carton filled with eggshells holding flowers could be so pretty?
Gather up an assortment of glass bottles and jars and tie them together with a coating of rose gold paint for a stunning wedding display.
Planning an outdoor or farmhouse-themed wedding? These rustic centerpieces would be just perfect. They’re quick, easy, and economical to make!
Looking for a centerpiece with a bit of height to it? This one is ideal and simply gorgeous!
We can’t wait to hear what you come up with for your big day. Take your inspiration from these ideas and create the centerpieces of your dreams!