Hydrangea Wedding Centerpieces
Table arrangements for your wedding that feature hydrangeas.
Simple hydrangea arrangements in white vases are jazzed up by a wrapping-paper table runner.
Nerines and roses are interspersed in an arrangement of hydrangea that sits atop a sequined fuchsia tablecloth.
White and peegee hydrangea mix with spray roses, dusty miller, gray brunia, and berries in this springtime centerpiece.
Groupings of white dahlias, tulips, and chrysanthemums accent large hydrangeas arrangements in galvanized buckets to create a fresh, fragrant centerpieces.
Logs of white birch with hollowed out holes house sweet arrangements of white hydrangea.
Hydrangea and lunaria spill out of this tall centerpiece.
Looking for a sweet centerpiece idea for an alfresco reception? Arrange bunches of blue hydrangeas at the centers of each table.
Ruffly hydrangeas and viburnums look like a hedgerow atop this Nantucket basket-inspired weave of ribbon.
Enamel pails overflowing with fresh hydrangeas are charming at an informal reception.
Bursts of hydrangea in simple white pots create a sweet, simple, and budget-friendly centerpiece.
Multicolor mauve, blue, and pink hydrangea, as well as pink spray roses, make up this classic arrangement.
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