5 for 5: Top Five Budget Tips for the Wedding Centerpieces

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In today's 5 for 5, I'm offering suggestions on how to save money on the wedding centerpieces (on the 5th day of every month, I share a downloadable infographic with my Top Five Budget Tips for a specific facet of wedding planning).

In today's 5 for 5, I'm offering suggestions on how to save money on the wedding centerpieces (on the 5th day of every month, I share a downloadable infographic with my Top Five Budget Tips for a specific facet of wedding planning).

Hope this helps y'all find your perfect, budget-friendly wedding centerpieces! (click the image below for a free PDF!):

Top Five Budget Tips for the Wedding Centerpieces

Top Five Budget Tips for the Wedding Centerpieces

  1. How about an edible centerpiece? Fill trays or bowls with fruit or bread and let people enjoy them with the meal. Or you could even do the entire meal family-style and let the platters of food be the centerpieces!
  2. Swap out flower arrangements for potted plants or even herbs. Pot them in tins or pretty crocks inexpensively.
  3. Spray tall branches white, silver, gold or leave them natural and arrange in tall glass cylinders.
  4. Candles (or LED tealights) make dramatic and cheap centerpieces when grouped together or in glass vessels. Especially lovely for an evening holiday or winter wedding.
  5. Buy all of one type of flower in bulk and then fill containers with masses of them. This is a very dramatic and inexpensive look for a modern or urban wedding.

Be sure to check out all our 5 for 5 suggestions.