A romantic ambiance can be easily achieved through the use of candles. So why not incorporate them in your wedding decor? Candle centerpieces are effortless, simple, and elegant. There are a variety of floral designs you work candles into, whether they are the focal point or used as a complementing accent.
Their timeless look makes it easy to fit in no matter the style or theme. So if you’re looking for a an inexpensive option, browse through the photos below!
Let’s start off with these gorgeous metallic vases (also called “mercury glass”). Candlelight shines beautifully through these vases, which is one of the reasons they are so popular! Pairing greenery with a gold and white palette offers balance to this table centerpiece.
Pillar candle centerpieces are ideal for those who want a vintage feel. Their sleek curves complement the smaller vases and the candle lighting reflects perfectly off of them as well.
Have you ever thought of repurposing your wine glasses as candle holders? Pairing them with floating candles can drastically change the look and feel of any arrangement. These candles are the perfect accent to this floral arrangement!
This garden-inspired centerpiece features three multi-tiered vases paired with candles. The mixture of low and high really creates movement throughout the centerpiece. Bookending the look are some fresh white hydrangea, dahlias, and seeded eucalyptus.
Next up is a gorgeous gold lantern with an elegant, tall candle inside. The hydrangeas, dusty miller, and lisianthus carefully arranged into a foam ring holder (similar to our OASIS Ring Holder) serving as the base of this stunning centerpiece.
A garland featuring white rose delicately intertwined with candles is an ideal arrangement for long, rectangular tables such as the one pictured below. Pro tip: adding green water picks on the roses can maintain their hydration and prolong their freshness throughout your event!
Tie Dye Dendrobium Orchids are a very unique variety thanks to their bold turquoise and purple hues–so when arranging with them, less is more! As you can see, one stem submerged in water with a floating candle is really all that you need to create a bold, glamorous look!
If vases are not for you, try displaying the candles and flowers on a decorative plate. A combination of succulents and garden roses delicately placed around them brings a feeling of charm and simplicity.
Continuing with the “vaseless” look, check out this unique copper-accented terrarium from an in-office FiftyFlowers styled shoot. Its glass walls can display the calming flickery light from the tea light within. The bed of Sheet Moss and scattered forest-inspired accessories also add an enchanting, woodsy touch!
Flowers aren’t the only thing that look beautiful submerged in water! Curly Willow Branches add great texture to any arrangement. When paired with a floating candle it really emphasize the shadows of the stem.