Are you looking for some ideas for uncommon wedding centerpieces? In this article you’ll see a bunch of creative wedding centerpiece ideas made by a couple of my student/customers.
Student/customer Arturo Garcia carved and assembled this lovely bride and groom watermelon carving adorned with carved beet, turnip, and radish flowers.
When you make a centerpiece for a buffet table that is pushed up against a wall, you can carve a melon on just one side. When you create a centerpiece, for a table that people will be walking around, you’ll want to make sure that it looks great on all sides. In the photo above, you can see that Arturo carved his watermelon to look good on all sides.
The radish flowers on top are one of the many lessons in our Vegetable and Fruit Carving 101 Course for Beginners.
Wedding Centerpiece Ideas from a Summertime Wedding in Mexico
Dushinka Suarez is customer/student of my 101 Course who lives in Mexico. Look at the beautiful centerpieces and table decorations that she made for a summertime civil wedding. Dushinka reported getting a lot of “Wows”.
From the looks of the photos, Dushinka pretty much replaced real flowers for vegetable flowers throughout the wedding. She did a beautiful job and she enjoyed hearing lots of “Wows” from the guests.
I hope that you enjoyed seeing these wedding centerpiece ideas. Perhaps they’ll spark some creative ideas that you can put to use for your next wedding or special event.