Gail’s Purple Wedding Centerpiece Inspiration Board

{Gail’s Request}
I need centerpiece inspiration for a July wedding. The hall is large with 30 tables, so we need to make an impact but inexpensively. The tablecloths are deep purple and napkins white. Maybe using a tall clear cylinder vase with sticks with floral accents? Or perhaps lots of the same flower? I’m thinking white, 1 or 2 shades of purple, and green for colors. The bridal bouquet has white roses accented with deep purple lisianthus. The bridesmaid bouquets has ocean song roses accented with white lisianthus. Suggestions?

{Gail’s Centerpiece Details}
The  first purple and white centerpiece inspiration photo is from John and Joseph Photography via Flora Nova Design.  It features: Purple and White Orchids randomly placed on Curly Willow Branches.  Carefully remove the Orchid Blooms from the stem and hot glue them throughout the branches.  Some orchids cost more per stem, but you get at least five to six blooms per stem.   Use Pearlized Glass, Decorative Rocks, or Acrylic Ice Vase Filler to steady branches and weight to bottoms of the vase.  The vases can become top heavy from the weight of the branches.  You can put 3-5 branches per vase, depending on the size.  The second centerpiece design is from our own Purple Wedding Design Ideas and it features and array of purple floral stems.  I included a Lavender Delphinium, Lavender Open Roses(similar to your Ocean Song Rose),  and Eggplant Lisianthus to coordinate with your existing bouquet flowers.  This arrangement will be more costly, but equally beautiful.  Happy Planning, Mindy

Helpful Tips:
Alternate arrangements with candles or small centerpieces to cut cost.  Purchase cylinder vases from your local dollar store.  Use fewer branches in each arrangement.  Shop our Closeout Section for current markdowns.(Make sure you purchase all that you need as these items are drastically reduced and will not be reordered).  Use our DIY Floral Videos to assist you in designing your wedding flowers.

 

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