Wedding Centerpiece Clip Art and Templates
Beckon guests to a festive candy buffet adorned with lanterns (add battery-powered mini lights if desired). To create the lanterns and jars, we employed a mix of vintage and designer fabrics from one of our favorite sources, Mood Fabrics. Spray the prints onto sheets of paper, then cut them out and fold in to cones. Use the scraps from that project as wraps for the containers.
To create these stunning centerpieces, we placed several stems of crafted blossoms in tall white cylindrical vases, making sure to vary the height of each for visual interest. Download our petal template to make the perfect crepe-paper magnolias.
"Love Is In the Air" Banner
Make a visual play on the phrase "love birds" by slipping this sweet little scroll into the wires of a bird cage and displaying it on a guest book table or at the head table.
Striped Vellum Candle Centerpieces
This modern nod to luminarias -- paper bags with votives inside -- updates the look with chic stripes printed onto vellum and wrapped around straight-sided square glass vases.
To make these adorable luminarias inspired by a cake-decorating stencil, download the template and print onto 11-by-17 paper. Fold the paper like an accordion or wrap around a glass cylinder.
Balloon Candle Wraps
Votive holders sporting floating balloons send centerpieces to new heights. Print our clip art onto paper vellum (it's compatible with most home printers). A few scissor snips and pieces of double-sided tape later, and your tablescapes will be ready to take flight.
Floral Favor Centerpieces
Give guests sprightly bouquets of their own: arrangements of 'Ping Pong' mums, chamomile, and lady's mantle (or other blooms to fit your color scheme). The flowers are held in small plastic floral tubes filled with water; cones of decorative green paper hide the tubes. Pairs of the bouquets are propped in glass cylinders customized with bands of grosgrain ribbon around their bases. Narrow bands of green paper wrapped around the napkins and taped in back serve as place cards.
When printed on translucent vellum in soothing colors, lace appears even dreamier and more ethereal than it already is. To make square luminarias beautiful enough to be centerpieces, we simply magnified the lace pattern. Placed in a row, with no extra flourishes, the presentation positively glows with sophistication.
Floral Candleholder Centerpiece
At these blossoming tables, conversation will be anything but garden variety. For centerpieces, print our exclusive clip art onto 11-by-17-inch paper, wrap around square candleholders, and trim the bottoms with ribbon.
You can also learn how to make our floral table numbers and download the clip art here.
Dimensional Votive Candle Covers
For a new spin on stripes, create 3-D lines instead of flat patterns by securing creased vellum around simple votives with double-sided tape.
For the menus, fold vellum the same way and pop a name card in each one for good measure.
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