Purple and Blue Wedding Centerpieces
Table arrangements for your wedding in romantic purple and blue hues.
In an arrangement that evokes an English garden, roses and flowering oregano in mauve tones contrast with succulents and curly fiddleheads.
An antique transferware bowl holds an abundant cluster of richly colored fruits and flowers: Chocolate cosmos are planted among miniature grapes, plums, black bananas, and figs.
Multicolor mauve, blue, and pink hydrangea, as well as pink spray roses, make up this classic arrangement.
Silver vases holding teeming bunches of burgundy and purple dahlias, artichokes, orange tulips, "James Story" orchids, ranunculus, and calla lilies evoke the charm of past eras.
Arrangements of pink and lavender hydrangeas and roses are surrounded by supper-club lamps for an old-fashioned flair.
Eggplant calla lilies, purple tulips, antique green hydrangeas, dusty miller, geraniums, hypericum berries, and Hawaiian dendrobium orchids create a silvery purple palette that has a contemporary vibe.
Sleek arrangements of burgundy blooms like cymbidium orchids combine with sugar-maple leaves for a rustic element.
This sprawling tableau of antique Venetian glass with single-flower arrangements of cornflowers, muscari, nigella, delphiniums, and anemones brings the color blue center stage.
Lone stems -- a mix of full plumes and reedy stalks such as caspia and agapanthus -- are arranged in vessels of various heights and shapes.
An eclectic mix of blue flowers is housed in assorted trophy cups found at antiques shops.
Looking for a sweet centerpiece idea for an alfresco event? Arrange bunches of blue hydrangeas at the center of each table.
A scattering of single-flower arrangements like sweet peas, poppies, and anemones in colorful bottles makes for an informal yet impactful tablescape.
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