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  • Fountains and sundials make fine centerpieces to the garden, filled in summer with 60,000 annual flowers.

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  • Near the entrance to the reception area, be sure to have lovely floral centerpieces, or perhaps candles, at eye level.

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  • The unique designs of these bold and finely crafted night lights make them perfect end table centerpieces.

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  • Decorative Candles Our decorative candles make lovely home accents and stunning table centerpieces.

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  • Piñatas are not only popular as fun party games, they serve as colorful room decorations and party table centerpieces.

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  • Unique edible centerpieces are designed by baking cookie dough on lollipop sticks.

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  • While there are plenty of centerpieces to order online, why not spend some creative time making one?

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  • Of course, there are also many centerpieces that will fit perfectly with any baby shower theme as well.

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  • One of the simplest baby shower centerpieces is practical, too.

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  • Diaper cakes are always popular centerpieces.

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  • The baby shower supplies could include elegant wine glasses, Italian music, and colorful Italian-themed dinnerware and centerpieces.

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  • You can incorporate the colors you've chosen for the shower by adding them to the icing, trim, plates, cups, tablecloth, or centerpieces.

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  • Pictures. Place these as centerpieces or as or decorations scattered throughout the room.

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  • Flowers-If you plan on using flowers in the centerpieces, then use some of the same flowers in the baby shower corsage.

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  • Homemade decorations and centerpieces like gift baskets filled with useful baby items, diaper cakes, and baby bottle centerpieces are pretty and also practical after the baby is born.

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  • Some hostesses choose flowers that coordinate with the baby shower centerpieces, adding baby's breath, ivy, or simple greenery as needed.

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  • Others mix a variety of flowers in both the corsage and the centerpieces.

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  • Diaper cakes are popular shower gifts, and they also make great table centerpieces at baby showers.

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  • Create centerpieces that feature their favorite holiday characters.

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  • Decorative wreaths are also wonderful wall art and themed centerpieces for the holidays or a special party.

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  • Keep all centerpieces short enough that people can converse freely across the table without having their vision obstructed.

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  • Other meditation timers include decorative statues or centerpieces.

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  • Star garland wrapped around poles, chairs, centerpieces, and any other structure can add sparkle to an ordinary setting.

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  • You can find many different centerpieces with stars or moons and some come lighted with batteries.

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  • Candlelight centerpieces are always romantic and you can use this on your tables whether or not you have food available.

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  • You can find everything from foam dice, stacks of chips and fanned cards as centerpieces.

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  • Centerpieces for tables or a trellis with ivy vines say that this is a sophisticated affair.

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  • From centerpieces to the decorative cake top, borrowing and returning items can really reduce expenses.

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  • Even if you're planning a destination wedding, you still need to have a photographer, flowers, centerpieces and other decorations and food for guests.

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  • Reception centerpieces are not an optional accessory.

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  • For example, you wouldn't pair red wedding centerpieces with a blue ocean themed wedding.

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  • Traditionally most couples go with flower centerpieces, but this doesn't have to be the case.

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  • Some suggestions for wedding reception centerpieces with candles are hurricane lamps, candelabras and decorative crystal votives grouped together.

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  • When using centerpieces that contain candles, make sure there is nothing flammable within reach of the candle.

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  • Weddings that take place near a particular holiday or during a season offer plenty of simple ideas for centerpieces.

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  • Choose pumpkins near Halloween or Thanksgiving, or consider apple themed centerpieces in September.

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  • Weddings taking place around Christmas time can incorporate holly, miniature Christmas trees or elegantly wrapped "gifts" as wedding reception centerpieces.

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  • Brightly colored Gerber daisies or tropical centerpieces are perfect summer centerpieces.

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  • Couples who are planning a themed wedding should coordinate their centerpieces with the theme.

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  • Making your own centerpieces is a great way for couples to save money or show off their crafty skills.

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  • Not everyone is a do-it-yourselfer or has the time to spend on creating centerpieces.

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  • In these instances, it may be beneficial to find some ready-made centerpieces that require very little work once they've been purchased.

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  • Local wedding planning supply stores and party stores may also offer centerpieces that can be rented for a small fee.

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  • This is a good solution if you need a lot of centerpieces but don't want to purchase them.

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  • Finally, online wedding stores often have centerpieces available for purchase.

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  • Remember that while centerpieces are necessary, it isn't necessary to spend a fortune on them.

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  • Table decor and centerpieces should also follow the holiday theme.

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  • For instance, one area of the room can be a sage green and cream garden theme with antique ivory vase centerpieces, while another portion of the room -- or a different room -- can be a bright, sunny yellow and orange color scheme.

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  • Unless you plan to use dried or silk flowers for your wedding, you'll need to consider what flowers are in season as you're creating your bouquet, centerpieces, and other floral decorations.

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  • They're necessary for the bridal bouquets, ceremony decorations and table centerpieces at the reception.

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  • These bright orange or yellow flowers make wonderful centerpieces.

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  • Centerpieces made from pumpkins, gourds and colorful corn.

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  • Guests' tables can have centerpieces that feature candles.

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  • You really have no limits when it comes to having centerpieces with candles.

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  • Carry the atmosphere of your beachside wedding into the reception by having beach wedding centerpieces on your tables.

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  • Making centerpieces can save you money and time.

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  • Below are some easy centerpieces you can make out of relatively few materials and with little labor involved.

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  • If you envision complicated or large centerpieces, you may want to purchase them.

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  • Your florist or reception coordinator may be able to help design and make the centerpieces you would like.

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  • Alternatively, you can order beach centerpieces in silk flowers that require no special care or labor.

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  • Sometimes, it is just easier to buy centerpieces than make them.

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  • Your artistic touch in the centerpieces made them beautiful.

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  • Your head table, room décor, centerpieces, and cake table can all be decorated with a Christmas theme.

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  • Continue with your Christmas decorating theme by having table centerpieces that match the rest of your reception.

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  • Silver wedding bells atop a mirror with a large red, blue, gold, or green bow are simple and festive centerpieces, or small craft trees, bowls of simple ornaments, or gingerbread houses are great options.

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  • Small floral arrangements, especially those using poinsettias, are also perfect centerpieces.

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  • Finally, Christmas tree toppers, like angels, snowmen, or Santas make perfect centerpieces and require minimal fuss.

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  • You can make simple wedding reception centerpieces for a Hawaiian wedding by tucking a single flower into a large conch shell.

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  • Depending upon where you are hosting your reception, you may be able to rent centerpieces and other decorative items.

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  • For a fun distraction during wedding planning, use these homemade wedding centerpieces ideas to get started with your table decorations.

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  • Not only is making your own centerpieces perfect for crafters, but it can also end up saving money.

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  • Brides-to-be who are not familiar with crafting may find the idea of making their own centerpieces daunting.

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  • But almost anyone can do simple homemade centerpieces with a little planning and help.

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  • Be sure to recruit plenty of people to help you make the centerpieces.

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  • Food is another easy and simple centerpiece, while centerpieces made out of candles or flowers are classic choices for any wedding.

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  • Make simple centerpieces that relate back to your wedding theme.

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  • Spring and summer weddings with lemons, limes, oranges, and grapefruits in centerpieces look lovely.

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  • Make your centerpieces serve a dual purpose by making them edible.

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  • Centerpieces can be either appetizers or desserts or they may serve as homemade wedding favors.

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  • Appetizers like fruit, cheese, and bread are perfect for centerpieces.

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  • Accept or ask for help making the centerpieces.

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  • If possible, make centerpieces several weeks in advance of the wedding.

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  • Centerpieces are a main feature of wedding reception decorations.

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  • Keep yours simple and budget friendly by doing them yourself, and you will find that different homemade wedding centerpieces ideas can create lovely and sentimental decorations for your special day.

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  • There will already be a lot of altar decorations around for your ceremony, and you may be able to move these centerpieces to your reception spot with the promise that you'll return them before the next service.

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  • The reception centerpieces can be as simple or extravagant as what you have time and money to do.

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  • If you want the florist to make the arrangements for you, ask for a mock-up before all of the centerpieces are completed to be sure you like the final product.

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  • Evening affairs will benefit from candle centerpieces that provide lighting, like filigree lanterns and table torches.

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  • Seaside centerpieces might even be nautical lighthouse votive holders.

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  • Do this at the beginning of the shower and use them for centerpieces or decorations for the rest of the event.

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  • Use your beach wedding theme in creative ways, perhaps giving out flip flops in your ceremony colors as wedding favors, or using seashells collected off your specific beach as reception centerpieces.

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  • Choose beach wedding centerpieces that coordinate with the rest of the beach wedding decorations.

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  • The style and theme of the wedding and whether the tables will be canopied or inside a tent will determine the style of centerpieces and décor.

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  • The same place you rent the tables may offer centerpieces or centerpiece materials (such as mirrors or vases) for a discounted rate.

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  • Choose wedding reception favors that can double as centerpieces.

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  • Whether the centerpiece is formed from a few feature shells or an intricate design made up from hundreds of tiny shells, shell themed centerpieces remain popular.

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  • Drift wood, pieces of wave-tumbled stone, and other natural items can make highly individual centerpieces and reflect the beach theme.

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  • There are many different styles of beach wedding centerpieces available, from designs created from shells through to more traditional floral arrangements.

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  • Whether you choose a classic shell or flower arrangement or opt for something more unique, your centerpieces will be a prominent part of your wedding decorations.

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  • Your wedding florist can use virtually any color you desire in pew decorations and altar arrangements, wedding reception centerpieces, and bouquets.

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  • Create unique sea glass beach wedding centerpieces as part of your wedding reception decorations.

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  • Otherwise, you will need to buy real or artificial sea glass to make your centerpieces.

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  • These three centerpieces require minimal supplies, time, and skills.

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  • Make more difficult sea glass beach wedding centerpieces if you have the time and skills needed to complete a larger project.

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  • Get started on your reception centerpieces early to avoid stress in the later planning stages.

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  • Instead of making the centerpieces yourself, you can always opt to purchase them.

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  • You can also look for beach wedding centerpieces using sea glass on Etsy and eBay.

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  • Shop carefully when you are buying sea glass centerpieces.

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  • Purchasing centerpieces may be right for you if you do not have the time to make them yourself.

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  • Include sea glass beach wedding centerpieces in your wedding decorations for a twist on the typical seashells you find in many beach decorations.

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  • Small sprigs of pine can be used as filler for bouquets or centerpieces, and a flower girl could carry a kissing ball of mistletoe instead of rose petals.

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  • Lighted trees, candles, and garlands are perfect Christmas wedding decorations, but equally gorgeous are centerpieces of pine boughs and glass ornaments, miniature decorated trees, gingerbread houses, or candy cane bouquets.

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  • Make topiaries for your reception table centerpieces, and vary the styles from table to table for a creative twist on the traditional matching centerpieces.

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  • Some simple bows tied around the ceremony and reception chairs, a wedding arch, tablecloths, and some centerpieces of wild flowers are simple but stunning.

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  • Using fruit in your centerpieces offers a unique twist on standard reception decor.

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  • Though edible centerpieces are a great way to offer an appetizer at your reception, your fruit centerpiece does not have to be eaten by guests.

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  • One of the simplest centerpieces with fruit is to simply fill a bowl, basket, or even bucket with seasonal fruits.

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  • Every aspect of your wedding can echo the theme, from your lighting design to the centerpieces, to create the perfect Halloween wedding.

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  • Use dark blooms accented with bright, splashy autumn colors in centerpieces, as altar decorations, and in displays around the room.

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  • From simple lighting displays to ghoulish centerpieces, choosing the right Halloween wedding decorations will make your wedding memorable and fun.

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  • Ask a local pumpkin carving artist to carve wedding scenes, hearts, or even Celtic designs into your pumpkins and set them up to light the way into your reception or use them as unique centerpieces.

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  • Whether your wedding is a quiet gathering of friends or a formal church affair, simple wedding centerpieces can reflect your style.

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  • Elegant, classic, or modern centerpieces do not have to be complicated.

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  • Many of the same items used in more extravagant centerpieces are perfect for creating a simple, clean look at your wedding reception.

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  • When considering simple centerpieces, most people will think flowers.

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  • If you are looking for something other than flowers for your centerpieces, consider candles.

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  • To dress up the centerpieces even further, pour glass stones or beads into the hurricane around the candle.

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  • Photos of the couple are also a choice for simple wedding centerpieces.

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  • Regardless of the type of simple wedding centerpieces you choose, consider the meaning of the day.

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  • Bridesmaid dress ideas will easily follow, as will the centerpieces for your reception, especially if you're incorporating more of the flowers from your bridal or bridesmaid bouquets.

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  • Inexpensive wedding favors and table centerpieces for a fall wedding don't have to look like you cut corners at all.

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  • Inexpensive wedding favors and table centerpieces for a fall wedding are within reach.

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  • Choose from do-it-yourself projects or favors and centerpieces that are already made, depending on your preferences, interests, and the amount of time you have to prepare.

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  • Mirrors and candles can go far in creating beautiful, yet inexpensive, centerpieces.

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  • When choosing your centerpieces, simplicity can go far.

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  • Use larger pumpkins as fall wedding centerpieces just as they are.

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  • Scatter candy corn or pumpkin seeds around the pumpkins to complete the centerpieces.

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  • Many brides also choose to use a lot of greenery in their decorations to lend a lush feeling to bouquets and centerpieces.

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  • Decorate the wedding reception using matching table linens and candle or floral reception centerpieces for a simple yet attractive space.

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  • Using fall leaves in your table centerpieces is also an option for late summer weddings.

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  • Small coconuts and tiki centerpieces are also perfect for adding to the table around the cupcakes.

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  • You supply the cupcakes and frosting, and designer kits from places like Cupcake Cuties gives you everything else you need -- embellishments and wrapper sleeves -- to make the most talked about centerpieces of your next party.

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  • Indoors, they are often used as wall and door hangings, picture or clock frames, tabletop centerpieces, and even as basket decorations.

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  • From the simplest, lightest cakes to the most elaborate edible centerpieces, French desserts are legendary and rightly so.

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  • You can also use Kirigami shapes to decorate gifts and make special centerpieces.

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  • Create easy centerpieces by tying a bouquet of balloons to Polly houses, cars and other accessories.

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  • Give the birthday girl all the accessories and centerpieces at the end of the party or pass them out as party favors.

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  • Larger centerpieces are best for large tables such as formal dining tables or centralized coffee tables, while smaller centerpieces can stylishly accent a mantle, sideboard, or side table.

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  • There are several types of candle centerpieces, and each one can be a simple look for everyday use or a more elaborate holiday or special occasion piece.

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  • An ice bowl filled with floating candles can be especially unique, while adding river rocks or even fish can give floating candle centerpieces a natural flair.

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  • A candle tray can quickly create stylishly modern candle centerpieces.

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  • Mirrors in unique shapes or with beveled edges are even more suitable for centerpieces.

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  • Do not place tall candle centerpieces near flammable material, including other centerpieces or draperies.

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  • Candle centerpieces can be purchased at most home décor and specialty candle stores.

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  • During the holiday season, many retailers feature themed centerpieces with candles as well.

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  • These are just a few of the centerpieces available.

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  • Opt for simple centerpieces - a plain tray and monochrome candles, for example - for everyday, and spice them up for special occasions with easy to add accessories.

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  • Keep centerpieces clean for the best appearance.

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  • Larger votive candle lamps that have a seashell theme could be the reception table centerpieces.

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  • Play an ice-breaking game that lets you find out exactly what each person is looking for, from gifts to candle centerpieces to scents.

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  • Windows and centerpieces are other places that clip-on candles could be used.

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  • Candlelight centerpieces can range from a small, warm, and inviting displays to a dramatic presentation with many candles and ornate accents.

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  • Keep several things in mind when creating your own candle centerpieces.

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  • Size of the event - You'll need to know how many tables need centerpieces.

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  • Size of the table(s) - Larger centerpieces work best with large tables.

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  • If your table is very large and will seat many guests, you can opt for several smaller candlelight centerpieces, or one large one with smaller, complimentary candles at opposite ends.

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  • Once you have an idea of what you want, it's easy to create candlelight centerpieces that will fit with any décor or setting.

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  • Here are some ideas for simple yet elegant candlelight centerpieces that you can make yourself.

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  • Floating candles - Candlelight centerpieces that use floating candles can be perked up by adding a touch of food coloring to the water.

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  • Long and narrow centerpieces - For a long table, consider using a line of candles on a decorative base, along with accents, rather than a wide centerpiece that will only showcase the very center of the table.

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  • If you have no desire to make your own centerpieces, or are pressed for time, you can order candle centerpieces online from a variety of retail outlets.

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  • Candle Boutique - Candle Boutique sells pre-made centerpieces, but they also have these convenient kits that include everything you'll need to put one together at home.

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  • Wedding Candles (Canada) - This site has a nice variety of styles for wedding reception centerpieces.

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  • The candle holders are reusable and can be used on their own, or with matching accents for centerpieces.

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  • They are also perfect for centerpieces or decorative accents, as their flames burn brightly but they don't take up a lot of space.

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  • Candle rings are often used as part of centerpieces.

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  • Red glass with a gold rim is particularly popular for Christmas candle centerpieces.

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  • While the types of candles can vary from tapers to pillars, most centerpieces have just a single candle surrounded by decorative accents, often on a bed of seasonal greenery such as pine boughs or holly leaves.

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  • Larger, elongated centerpieces may have several candles in individual hurricane sleeves spread throughout their length, and these are generally more elaborate decorations.

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  • Christmas candle centerpieces can be found in several places.

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  • Craft stores that offer floral design classes may have sample centerpieces for sale, or their in-house designers may be able to create a custom centerpiece.

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  • Florists also offer these centerpieces, either locally or through online retailers and delivery orders.

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  • Specialty home décor stores may also have suitable hurricane globe centerpieces in stock during the holiday season.

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  • Because these are larger, more elaborate centerpieces, costs can range from $30 for a small, simple design to $150 or more for a custom creation.

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  • These beautiful candle centerpieces can be displayed in many ways and even live floral arrangements will usually last 2-3 weeks so they can be enjoyed throughout the holiday season.

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  • While candle holiday centerpieces can be attractive, they must always be handled carefully to avoid risk of fire or injury.

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  • Candles are used as Christmas table centerpieces, as part of an outdoor Christmas light display or to add a touch of cheer to a window.

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  • Hurricane candle centerpieces for weddings can make a wonderful table decoration and are suitable for many different types and styles of wedding.

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  • Candles make wonderful centerpieces for weddings.

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  • Many couples opt for hurricane candle centerpieces for weddings.

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  • When you are considering candle centerpieces for weddings there are some important things to consider, such as practicality and safety.

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  • Hurricane candle lamps are perfect for centerpieces as they bring additional style to the table.

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  • Some glass wear manufacturers produce complementary hurricane candle shades and these can be perfect for table centerpieces.

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  • Consider giving mini versions of the candle centerpieces to people as wedding favors.

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  • Hurricane candle centerpieces for weddings can make a lovely addition to the wedding decorations and will help to make the day that little bit extra special.

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  • Fall wedding candle centerpieces can add a warm, rustic, and sophisticated touch to your autumn celebration.

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  • Before you choose candle centerpieces for your event, however, consult with the reception venue to be sure open flames are allowed.

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  • Once you understand the restrictions on candles for your wedding, you can plan beautiful centerpieces to match your event.

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  • There are several types of candles that a perfect for fall wedding centerpieces.

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  • Pillar candles with single or multiple wicks are the most popular because of their size and how long they will burn, but tea light and votive candles can easily be added around the edge of larger centerpieces as well.

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  • Many couples choose to coordinate the candles in their centerpieces with the overall wedding palette, and fall candle colors may be sage green, mustard yellow, burnt orange, or a rich apple red.

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  • When you are creating fall wedding candle centerpieces, the design options are nearly limitless.

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  • Different accents can be combined with the candles to create simple, sleek decorations or more elaborate centerpieces.

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  • Be sure to make the most of your centerpieces by coordinating them with the wedding linens and place settings.

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  • In addition to candle centerpieces for fall weddings, there are many other ways to add candles to your event for a romantic glow.

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  • Fall wedding candle centerpieces can be beautiful decorations for your special day.

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  • From simple centerpieces to elaborate decorations, there are many options for creating a fall centerpiece with candles to match your happy event.

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  • With several variations of hanging centerpieces available, it is possible to have these airy, elegant decorations as a part of any wedding celebration.

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  • While wedding candles with centerpieces are always popular, a hanging candle centerpiece will be a unique and unusual feature of your wedding decorations.

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  • Add miniature garden hooks to low floral centerpieces and suspend tea light or votive candle holders from the hooks.

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  • While these will not be centerpieces, they will still contribute to the lovely atmosphere of the reception.

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  • Home décor stores, antique stores, and candle retailers may also have hanging candle holders that can be used as wedding centerpieces.

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  • While hanging candles can be a lovely and unusual addition to wedding reception centerpieces, they can also be dangerous if used improperly.

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  • Know where fire extinguishers are kept and how to use them properly if there should be a mishap with one of the centerpieces.

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  • Check the centerpiece height compared to your tables and chairs to be certain the centerpieces won't interfere with conversation.

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  • A hanging candle wedding centerpiece is a unique variation on typical wedding candle centerpieces.

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  • These are attractive centerpieces for that can be used the whole year round.

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  • For a more elegant approach, apple candles can be used in floating centerpieces, surrounded by glass sleeves, or inserted into autumn-themed wall sconces.

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  • The variety of colors available in the heat resistant votive holders can make for a splash of color in your centerpieces, candelabras and more.

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  • Dripless candles are perfect for arrangements and centerpieces, as well as candle lamps and other displays.

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  • Dripless candles are popular with people who enjoy using candle centerpieces or other arrangements, since the candles won't make a mess at the base of the arrangement.

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  • With a range of available designs, these glittery items can even be perfect gifts, wedding favors, or centerpieces.

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  • These beautiful accessories can easily be added to larger centerpieces for extra sparkle, or several jeweled holders of similar colors or shapes can be grouped together to form a centerpiece of their own.

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  • If you're looking to create table centerpieces or need a lot of these candles for any other reason, this site offers graduated pricing.

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  • Candles make great centerpieces for a holiday dinner or buffet.

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  • The Thomas Kinkade Light of St. Nicholas Wreath and the Rudolph's Christmas Town wreath are stunning centerpieces for any holiday display.

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  • If you are making your own centerpieces or candles, simply make a few extra for presents.

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  • Blue lab-created diamonds are cheaper and can make beautiful centerpieces for engagement rings.

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  • Centerpieces for Thanksgiving are often made out of Indian corn, decorative pumpkins, dried grasses, fall leaves and twigs.

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  • Place cards, decorated napkin rings, centerpieces, and other special touches are just a few of the possibilities to consider.

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  • You can make centerpieces, candle holders, decorations, and more!

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  • From table centerpieces to wreaths, wall hangings, and other holiday decorations, paper plate masterpieces can brighten any season.

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  • Once you've created one or two centerpieces and understand more about scale and creating an interesting focal point, you can forget about the rules and let yourself go.

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  • Centerpieces don't have to be traditional to make a table look amazing.

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  • From napkin rings to garland, noise makers to centerpieces, let your creative side invent, improvise, and dazzle.

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  • With a little imagination and some time, paper bags can be transformed into costumes, centerpieces, and a variety of other fun crafts.

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  • Balloons make interesting centerpieces as well as room decorations.

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  • If you have extra tea pots or cups, you can use those for centerpieces as well.

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  • Centerpieces emphasize the party's theme or purpose, so they should be on the list of birthday party supplies you plan to purchase.

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  • You'll find a variety of centerpieces at the following websites that you can either purchase or use as inspiration to create your own centerpiece.

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  • In addition to making great centerpieces, balloons can be used as decorations, as party favors, as party games, or even as gifts.

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  • Tie helium-filled balloons to chair backs and add a few balloon bouquets as centerpieces.

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  • Centerpieces and table decorations of Orchids and Hibiscus are a fragrant and eye-catching way to set the visual tone of the party.

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  • Centerpieces should not be so big that they take up the entire table or hinder conversations.

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  • Centerpieces could be vases filled with golf balls.

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  • Group different kinds of candles together on a large platter to create low-cost centerpieces.

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  • For only a dollar, you can find streamers, party blowers, hats, banners, centerpieces, tableware, favors, balloons and more.

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  • Further utilize the game-specific theme with napkins, tablecloths and centerpieces featuring team colors.

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  • Pick up party supplies, from centerpieces to cupcake picks to banners, that all feature the upcoming next year on them.

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  • Purchase hourglass-themed centerpieces and posters to hang throughout the party area.

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  • You can have a pirates' table and a princesses' table with appropriate table coverings and centerpieces.

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  • Choose lilies or tulips for centerpieces, and arrange them in low baskets so that everyone can see the guests on the other side of the table.

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  • Decorate your food tables with festive tablecloths and patriotic centerpieces to add to the ambiance.

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  • Guests to the venue are welcomed by crisp white tablecloths and intriguing floral centerpieces.

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