Yellow Wedding Centerpieces
Table arrangements for your wedding in sunny yellow hues.
Small arrangements of white and yellow blooms scatter along reception tables.
Fresh blooms picked from a local farm make up these down-home centerpieces.
Lush fresh blooms in an eclectic variety of blue vases make up the reception decor.
Tall vases topped with bangles hold chains of yellow rose petals.
Arrangements of flowering branches make striking centerpieces.
Bunches of sunny-hued flowers are artfully arranged in tall vases.
Lemons and grapefruits tied in yellow taffeta ribbons and piled into a glass compote make a bright, casual arrangement.
Yellow flowers for a summer affair might sound trite, but when they're in a dramatic centerpiece of phalaenopsis orchids, mimosa blossoms, and gold and white French tulips that arc and bend perfectly, the effect is wholly original.
Black and Yellow Centerpiece
This crisp, springtime arrangement that spills from an urn combines lemons, black elderberries, cattleya orchids, tuberous begonias, gloriosa lilies, and 'golden celebration' roses.
Tiered bowls are filled with dense tufts of goldenrod, fuzzy clusters of mimosa, globelike craspedia balls, olive leaves, kumquats, lemons, and sprigs of fresh lavender.
Vivid yellow paper loop-de-loop centerpieces alternate with small tulip arrangements to lend dazzling freshness to this table.
Sparkling sugared lemons accented with verdant eucalyptus sit atop white compotes.
Curled sago palm leaves, roses, ranunculus, orchids, and a single spike of Asplenium 'Crispy Wave' create a summery arrangement inspired by tropical blooms.
Whimsical globes consisting of hundreds of orange, red, fuschia, and yellow Gerbera daisies can be placed on a pedestal or spread out on lush lawns for colorful decor.
Jonquils, ranunculus, tulips, and sweetpeas in white vases are finished with a band of thick yellow ribbon.
This sunny bunch of large and small blooms boasts creamy white, muted yellow, pale orange, and mossy green ranunculus for texture, white garden roses and yellow begonias for volume, and weigela leaves to complement the color scheme.
Fresh German chamomile is placed in a jar, then enclosed in a white paper bag for an exuberant centerpiece that is also economical.
Wax-wrapped votives and vases cast a golden glow on profuse arrangements of field flowers.