Unique Wedding Centerpieces for Spring


With flowers in full bloom and days full of bright sunshine, springtime is the perfect time to plan a wedding. If you are getting ready to say “I do” this spring, we are here to inspire you with some gorgeous and unique wedding centerpieces from around the Web.

The “Un-Flowers”

Most people opt for fresh flowers when it comes to centerpieces, and a lovely bouquet of tulips, peonies, or roses will always look lovely. But with a little bit of creativity, you can have less traditional centerpieces that are equally as beautiful.

Connecticut florist Datura put together a bountiful collection of fruit, which looks too pretty to eat!

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Vegetables such as broccoli, kale and artichokes can offer a sophisticated monochromatic look to your reception table, like this one seen on Better Homes & Gardens.

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These delicate bird’s nests featuring real dyed eggs would be the perfect touch for an outdoor spring wedding. Get the instructions for making your own at Taste of Home.

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All In the Container

Instead of a single vase, mix and match beautiful glass jars for a less formal look.  Scope out antique stores and estate sales for unique shapes and sizes. This beautiful arrangement from the Style Me Pretty blog feature lovely yellow flowers.

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Incorporate your love for literature with a stack of beautiful antique books to showcase a gorgeous flower arrangement. Feature some of your favorite titles to an even more personal touch. The books in this arrangement from Boston’s Petalena adds vibrancy to the table.

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At Delysia, we believe your wedding should be as unique as you are – from your centerpieces and flowers to the delicious treats you serve your guests. Incorporate custom truffle flavors, a chocolate cake crown, or a personalized molded chocolate block and make your wedding day everything you want it to be.




Nicole Patel

Nicole Patel is the proprietor of and chocolatier for Delysia Chocolatier. In 2006 while pregnant with her first son, Nicole made a batch of chocolate truffles as holiday gifts. To the delight of friends and family, she continued to create chocolates as a way to relieve stress from her corporate engineering job. In 2008, a chance trip to Becker Vineyards led to Nicole being the first in Texas to make truffles using local wines. Within five years, what started as a hobby turned Delysia into one of the Top Ten Chocolatiers in the Americas, as selected by the International Chocolate Salon.