I am all about the DIY, and also about providing easy instructions for foolproof success. When it comes to your nuptials, there’s plenty you can make, build, or create on your own, from decor to food and everything in between. One especially fun idea is DIY-ing your reception table centerpieces. With so many options out there, you’re sure to find a project you love and something that suits your skill level, time frame, and budget. DIY centerpieces can help you save up for other aspects of your wedding. They can also allow you to take the reins and make something all your own. Ahead, ideas for adding personality and a homemade touch to one of the prettiest parts of your wedding!

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Floral Design By: Anastasia Stevenson “The DIY Wedding Planner”

Group a few tea roses and carnations like these together in small,, unique containers like milk glass vases for a BIG impact with a small budget with little work and time required!

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Floral Design By: Anastasia Stevenson “The DIY Wedding Planner”

One large, lush and overflowing design makes for an unforgettable tablescape and lets you keep everything else spare and simple. This large but simple arrangement of Queen Anne’s lace, mums, astrantia and silver pine cones is displayed in a footed champagne bucket !

 

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Floral Design By: Anastasia Stevenson “The DIY Wedding Planner”

For a bold and stunning statement piece, fill a simple bowl vase with densely packed spray roses and peonies, fuzzy clusters of trick dianthus, fresh green poppy pods,dried misc pods of your choice, fresh fiddlehead ferns and a flourish of pretty feathers.

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Floral Design By: Anastasia Stevenson “The DIY Wedding Planner”

Fit for a Holiday Soiree, these branches bloom with vibrant and festive red berries and make a stand alone statement in this tall cement vase.

photo: Honor Lind

Floral Design By: Anastasia Stevenson “The DIY Wedding Planner”

Beautiful Lily of the valley, stock, and Garden roses make a striking but simple display when surrounded by large succulents and small pots with greenery and simple roses – perfect for charming garden party decoration. Invite guests to take home their favorites as a favor!

All Floral Design By Anastasia Stevenson “The DIY Wedding Planner”

Flowers provided by FABULOUS FLORALSĀ