Above, a rainbow “runner” of roses arranged in a colorblock pattern makes a lavish centerpiece in this tablescape by Casa de Perrin.
Spring signals the beginning of entertaining season — and the re-emergence of gorgeous blooms presents an opportunity to put together a centerpiece that truly dazzles. Whether you go low-key with succulents (which have gone from trendy to a staple for modern centerpieces) or a little over-the-top with fruit and florals, there’s an idea for any style in our Instagram roundup:
Instead of a traditional vase, this centerpiece at Le Bernardin was arranged in a rectangular container.
It's about more than flowers. It's about designing for the senses, and creating a mood and an ambiance. Love when a photo captures the soft, romance we created… Thanks @pinkpalmphoto . #Repost @pinkpalmphoto ・・・ White roses, green succulents + candles win for the perfect table centerpiece at your wedding reception! We love the cool, relaxed feel of this arrangement ✨ #inspiration #beachwedding #floraldesigncabo #destinationweddingcabo #cabowedding #mexicowedding #caboeventdesign #florals #eventdecor #weddingflowers #floraldesign #elenadamyweddings #tablescapedesign
Succulents offer a modern alternative to other types of filler greenery with a unique presence all their own. This arrangement pairs succulents with white roses in a “runner” formation.
Add a Dash of Purple
Trying to remember that April showers bring May flowers 🌿✨#TablescapeTuesday Sheela & Joseph Photography: @emilydelamater Event Planning & Design: @afamilyaffairmaine Catering, Bar Service, & Dessert: @piccolomaine Florals: @broadturn_farm Lighting: @theeventlightpros Rentals: @heartwoodessentials @afamilyaffairmaine & @onestopeventrentals Paper Goods: @gusandrubyletterpress Place Cards: @meganfahycalligraphy Venue: Us! #TheBarnonWalnutHill
Like the succulent and rose runner, this elegant centerpiece at the Maine venue The Barn on Walnut Hill features a simple palette of green and white. For subtle contrast, a few glimpses of purple were added to the bouquet.
“Deconstruct” a Bouquet
Instead of featuring a single bouquet centerpiece, separate the blooms and greenery into clear glass bud vases of varying heights.
Don’t Be Afraid to Go Dark
Some pretty blooms from #srvflowerhoopla yesterday adorning my dining table this morning. Now that they have had time to settle in to their base I’m thinking I’m not as bad at flower arranging as I thought! 😂 There is also just something about having fresh flowers in the house that instantly lifts my mood and makes the house feel prettier! Keep an eye on stories today as we head out to Middleburg for a site visit and tasting @goodstoneinn!