Fall Wedding Centerpiece, Dahlias
DIY Fall Wedding Idea
Create this gorgeous fall dahlia centerpiece. Perfect for your fall wedding, an easy DIY wedding project and great for you budget brides.
Picture this beautiful silk flower arrangement at your reception; it is sure to make a statement. Deep rich tones of fall are captured in orange and plum, burgundy dahlia silk flowers; accented by by a burst of bright green in the moss balls and neutral earth tone of the grapevine balls.
The dahlia flowers paired with the moss and grapevine balls is a great example of a hot fall wedding trend, texture. The smooth silk flower petals, the subdued coarseness of the moss and rigid, and the structure of the grapevine make this arrangement appealing to more than one sense.
The combination of rich fall colors and earth tones make this arrangement great for your rustic wedding or country wedding theme.
Create this Centerpiece in Under 5 minutes
2- 24” jumbo dahlia plum, burgundy
2 -20”orange dahlia with butterscotch hues
6 -4” grapevine balls
2 pks. -green moss balls (6 per pk.)
Floral wire cutters
available container or vase
Prep your flowers by removing the stems, to leave just the flower head. Snip the stem off with floral wire cutters just before it reaches the base of the flower bloom.
The only step left is to literally toss in all your materials. Start with the the green moss balls and grapevine balls, tossing them together like you might a salad. You want to achieve that effortless appearance that looks like they might have just fallen in that way. Last add your bold, beautiful dahlia blooms. Let them settle and rest into the spaces between the moss and grapevine balls.
The key factor of this arrangement is the illusion of disarray. You don’t want to put too much thought, or over think the arrangement of the dahlia flowers. Don’t line them up or try and put them in a specific order, such as plum, orange, plum, orange. Your end product should look as though everything just came together and happened to fall into place.
Why You Love this Fall Centerpiece
A beautiful fall wedding centerpiece, a simple DIY wedding project and now let’s sell you on the cost. Make this dahlia fall wedding centerpiece for under $30 a piece. The cost of the silk flowers, green moss balls and grapevine listed in the materials above is $29.70. That is a price no budget bride could turn down. Cheap weddings ideas can save your budget, make them work with silk wedding flowers and by devoting a few minutes of your time for a quick DIY wedding project.