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5 Centerpiece Ideas for a Ballroom Wedding

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5 Centerpieces Ideas for a Ballroom Wedding

Get inspired by these grand floral arrangements

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NOTHING LIBERACE ABOUT IT

When you think of candelabras you might not picture this outstanding and elegant scene, with long tables adorned with bright blooms and pillar candles throughout. Nothing simple about it, except it’s simply stunning. Planning and Floral Design by Fete. Photo by Rebecca Walker for Ira Lippke Studios. Ballroom, Gotham Hall.

FABULOUS IN FUCHSIA

As if the bright floral arrangements, tiny votives and elevated floating candles weren’t enough, the focal point of the dramatic branches that seem to float from above make quite the statement. Floral arrangement by Tantawan Bloom. Photo by Joanna Toto for Ira Lippke Studios. Ballroom, Gotham Hall.

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SIMPLY DREAMY

Clean, monochromatic and low centerpieces complemented by slender and tall tapers aren’t the only decor in this ballroom. Lanterns hang above the tables to highlight the detailed ceiling creating an almost whimsical effect. Floral Design by Renny and Reed. Photo by Andre Maier Photography . Ballroom, The St. Regis New York.

ISN’T IT ROMANTIC?

This ballroom’s grand and romantic feeling is further accentuated by the lush and large elevated centerpieces of roses in creams, whites, pinks and dusty rose. With additional flowers at the base the lavishness of the centerpieces matches that of their environment.
Floral Design by Bride & Blossom. Photo by Fred Marcus Photography. Ballroom, The Plaza

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BRING THE OUTDOORS IN

The variation of centerpieces on the tables at this wedding create depth and interest. Some tables have stately branches and blooms large enough for a forest, while others have more traditional pastel centerpieces in varying heights. What they all have: candles, candles and more candles. Event Planning and Floral Production by Tracy Taylor Ward Design. Photo by Nathan Smith for Ira Lippke Studios. Ballroom, New York Public Library’s Celeste Bartos Forum.

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