79 White Wedding Centerpieces
There's just something so special about a white wedding color palette. The classic hue fits with every style of event, so whether you're hosting a traditional celebration or one with more contemporary style, white décor always manages to look fresh, modern, and absolutely wedding-ready. Plus, there's a good chance your florist will be able to deliver on an all-white centerpiece made from just about any wedding flower that catches your eye since many popular big-day blooms (and even those that aren't so well-known!) are available in white. Choosing gorgeous reception decorations just a whole lot got easier!
Just as there are numerous flowers available in this classic color, there are many ways to arrange monochromatic blooms so that they look fresh and different. Think garlands, bouquets, tall centerpieces, or short arrangements. The sky (or the reception ceiling) is the limit. Which is exactly why the white wedding centerpiece will never go out of style. Don't forget to put your own twist on this wedding staple to make sure it's a flawless fit for your day, but know you'll never go wrong with all-white blooms.
Looking for a little inspiration to get you started? Turn to these statement-making ideas from real weddings for guidance. As you scroll through, take note: the following photos prove that a perfect all-white wedding centerpiece involves so much more than the blooms. Be on the lookout for pretty ceramic urns, antique vessels, and marble bowls—all of which influence major tablescape style.
Romance was the order of the day thanks to these lush white centerpieces. Hollyflora arranged dense clusters of garden roses and peonies, which looked especially stunning in white marble vases for a reception table that was nothing short of awe-inspiring.
White Wedding Garlands
Individual arrangements not your style? Take a cue from this couple and include long garlands of white flowers and greenery like these by Artistry Floral and Event Design. White pillar candles will round out the romantic look for a reception.
Outdoor Celebration Centerpieces
These white centerpieces from Oak & the Owl are the prettiest addition to a romantic outdoor wedding. The combination of blush and white garden roses makes for a neutral palette.
These place settings are pretty much perfect on their own—but white roses in brass vases up the elegance factor, making the entire tablescape completely stunning.
An all-white reception table is the ultimate option in glamorous wedding style. This gorgeous spread is made complete with the addition of white centerpieces by Petali E Capricci and tall white taper candles.
Blush and White Arrangement
Some wedding colors look extra lovely next to a white centerpiece! The blush details here really allow the white peonies, roses, and clematis in these floral arrangements by Tara Guérard Soirée to pop.
White place settings, white chairs, and sleek white centerpieces to match? Perfect wedding décor. But with the addition of Natalie Bowen Designs' arrangements of cacti, succulents, and bright ranunculus, there's just the right amount of contrast for the otherwise monochromatic display.
Simple White Centerpieces
Orchids and roses are two perfect selections for a white centerpiece that's both modern and classic at the same time.
White Floral Centerpieces
Blush and white arrangements by Amaryllis Floral & Event Design, and the addition of white taper candles and white lace tablecloths, gave these reception tables an extra dose of romance.
Garden Party Pretty
This structural white centerpiece has all the modern wedding vibes. Designer Paul Phoa fashioned the sculptural arrangements with a combination of lilacs and stems to anchor the style of each table.
Boho Chic Centerpieces
White and Light Pink Centerpieces
Along with the peonies, table arrangements were filled with dahlias, hydrangeas, astilbe, berries, and foliage like Italian ruscus and seeded eucalyptus, all from Dina Touwani of Flora Lines.
Elegant White Centerpiece
Edge Floral designed this elegant tablescape using custom tutu-style linens and chair covers to give the tables a ballerina feel.
Hand-Picked White Centerpieces
Three vases centered each of the reception tables, and vintage restaurant-style numbers by That Girl Press directed guests where to sit. The bride selected all of the flowers and sourced them online from wholesalers in Ecuador and California. Arrangements were comprised of Billy balls, aster flowers, monstera leaves, baby's breath, ranunculus, peonies, and hydrangeas.
Air Plants and White Flowers Centerpieces
Arrangements of air plants and flowers from Moon Canyon were mixed with tea lights to dress up the round tables at this desert affair. The colors of the sunset inspired the palette for the centerpieces.
Succulents and White Flower Centerpieces
Floral designer Fern Studio incorporated succulents, thyme, and twine elements among these white arrangements. The collection of old wooden printing blocks next to the flowers was the bride's favorite décor item (they earned a permanent place in her home).
Romantic White Centerpieces
The centerpieces at this South Carolina soirée, designed by Fern Floral and Event Design, included white astilbe, privet berries, ferns, bay leaves, and rosemary. Wood-based candles and candles lit inside glass votives illuminated the flowers in the tablescape that were grouped in mercury glass and tarnished brass vases.
White Hydrangea Centerpiece
Round tables were set with centerpieces of white hydrangea, wax flowers, and greenery from Palette of Petals. The menu was framed in silver and set out with custom matches.
Nautical White Centerpieces
Custom-made linens, including the striped napkins, adorned tables along with all-white centerpieces arranged in vessels the couple had collected at flea markets for their California wedding.
White Orchid Centerpiece
Lights, wooden branches, and orchids from Flowers by Semia, twinkled above the central table at this Newport wedding.
Tall White Centerpiece
Farm tables covered with candles and sprawling arrangements from Bourgeon were held in gold vessels and beautifully filled the Brooklyn reception space.
White Gardenias and Fern Centerpiece
At this country club wedding in Los Angeles, moonlight glinted off gold-trimmed centerpieces. Wavy gold glass chargers and tall, scroll-like vessels of gardenias and ferns from Mindy Rice gave the white tables a dash of Art Deco glamour.
White Baby’s Breath, Peonies, and Roses Centerpieces
At this Pennsylvania reception, fluted silver vases displayed baby's breath while mint julep cups held peonies and roses, all from Murphy & Klein Floral Studio.
Sweetheart Table White Centerpiece
The bride chose a collection of white flowers—including French tulips, white lilac, David Austin garden roses, and snowball viburnum, all from Meet the Foleys—to complement the sweetheart table's blue-and-white color scheme.
Kumquat and White Flowers Centerpiece
The reception table featured taper candles and arrangements of privet berry, kumquats, ranunculus, lisianthus, eskimo roses, lilies, and camellia leaves from Mi Mi Design.
Formal White Centerpiece
Footed glass vessels held arrangements of hydrangea, roses, freesia, olive branches, and ranunculus at these black-tie Chicago nuptials.
Rustic White Centerpiece
White garden roses, lilacs, and clematis were arranged by Alee Franklin Willis of Mitchell Willis Events with greenery foraged from the cattle farm where the couple tied the knot. Twine-wrapped flatware and tiny tree-stump place-card holders set a rustic dinner tableau.
White Centerpieces in Blue Vases
Votives and reclaimed vases played starring roles in this tablescape designed by Flowers by Semia. "Sometimes the color was achieved through the vessel rather than the flower," said the bride.
White Baby's Breath and Hydrangea Centerpiece
To evoke the beautiful mountaintop views at their Aspen wedding, this couple chose cloudlike arrangements of baby's breath and white hydrangeas in vintage tureens.
This backyard Oklahoma wedding showcased glass vase arrangements of white stock flowers, spray roses, and green hypericum berries from Juniper Designs, and were accented with oil tea lights.
At this Christmas-inspired nuptials, half the tables were adorned with tall glass vases that were filled with metallic ornaments and topped with arrangements of white roses, hydrangea, and peonies, with gold-sprayed foliage and red berries all from Gillespie's Flowers. Low versions of the arrangements filled the other tables.
Tables at this classic Santa Barbara wedding were adorned with clear gold-rimmed chargers and grand arrangements of hydrangeas, white roses, and peonies from Santa Barbara Style.
Plenty of Pots
This backyard wedding in Maryland had enough centerpieces to fill tables for the 310 guests! The ceramic urn and handblown vase arrangements including dahlias, gardenias, garden roses, mint, and burnished persimmons all from Beehive Events.
At this wedding at Snake River Ranch, Wyoming, the green and white centerpieces by Fleur de V Events made a lovely addition to the bare wooden tables. Each arrangement included garden roses, sage, scabiosa, phlox, snowberries, and raspberry leaves.
From the Garden
Flowers were an obvious centerpiece choice at this couple's garden wedding at the Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. Amaryllis, dahlias, ferns, and heirloom roses from Flower Wild were arranged across the length of the singular reception table.
At their black and white wedding at the Detroit Institute of Arts, the couple set tables with centerpieces, designed by Parsonage Events, featuring hydrangeas, lilies of the valley, tulips, and snapdragons.
For her wedding at Aunt Martha's Bedford farm, the bride made sure to have an artful take on white wedding décor. Long tables held centerpieces of white anemones, tulips, orchids, hellebores, ranunculus, calla lilies, and ladyslipper orchids, along with an abundance of ferns. The floral arrangements, designed by The Nouveau Romantics, were flanked by votives in an array of green glass holders from Glassybaby.
Blanc et Bleu
Margo and Me blogger Jenny Bernheim had a beautiful wedding at a French chateau. For the reception, centerpieces created by Flower Jugs, featuring dahlias, roses, scabiosa, sweet peas, and hydrangeas decorated tables along with blue taper candles in brass holders.
Pink and white roses only added to the elaborate vintage New Years Day tablescapes created by Celadon & Celery.
The long feasting table was draped in a cool gray linen topped with silver flatware, white floral arrangements from Philosophy Flowers in a variety of gold vases, and crystal glassware—perfect for clinking in celebration of the newlyweds at their lakeside wedding in Telluride, Colorado.
Gray and White Centerpiece
At this all-white wedding in Austin, long tables were dressed up with gray linens and clusters of lisianthus and roses from Verbena Floral.
A Fun Tablescape
For their black and white wedding in Saratoga Springs, the couple chose to have some fun with their centerpieces, all designed by Ariella Chezar. Large white balloons were anchored with horseshoes, while eugenia topiaries were set in bronze pots tied with grosgrain ribbons and small Z charms.
White roses, tulips, and mums from Limelight Florals filled glass vessels that had been spray painted silver for this New York City-inspired wedding.
The couple kept their reception on theme with long tables covered with black linens and striped runners. Brocade Designs created simple arrangements of hydrangeas, gladiolas, roses, and peonies that were displayed next to candlelit lanterns.
Such Great Heights
Working with small, medium, and large tables of all different shapes, florist Todd Crawford of The Blossom Shop decided that a variety of white centerpieces would make the biggest impact at this North Carolina reception.
Something Old, Something New
This couple chose used bulbous milk jugs, Paris flea-market finds, and chunky bottles to hold blooms alongside new bowls at their Napa Valley nuptials.