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Berry Centerpiece Ideas

Add a bit of a garden feel to your table with this wild berry centerpiece. We paired snowberries and blooms with a modern ceramic container for a fresh, casual look. To recreate this style, look for snowberries and sedum (in the pink stage), plus jasmine, viburnum, or daphne. Pair with pale pink linen napkins!

Photo: Lisa Warninger Flowers + Styling: Chelsea Fuss Vase: Lillith Rocket


Comments (9)

steve | Reply

That’s a lovely photograph, I like the differences in focus although there is actually very little difference in distance.

Haley Sheffield | Reply

I love the way you made a “berry” centerpiece so light and soft. The hues in this bouquet are beautiful… this would make for a beautiful pastel winter wedding!

Pink Design | Reply

What a nice and delicate centerpiece!! I love it

Copper&Whim | Reply

Those colours are captivating and so subtle and pretty.

Cleo | Reply

I love the centerpiece!

Ridgely's Radar | Reply

Fabulous arrangement!

morristown limo | Reply

Beautiful blush details and snowberries. Love the original and natural look. Looks like they were picked straight from the garden instead of arranged by a florist. Beautiful romantic touch.


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