Nov
5

Vegetable Centerpieces at Fall Weddings

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Don’t ditch pumpkins just because Halloween is over! Why not embrace the many organic shapes of pumpkins, gourds, tomatoes and other seasonal vegetables as part of your wedding decor? Vegetables are a fantastic alternative to flowers, and are becoming more and more popular for vendors and DIY brides alike. These cost-effective veggies look just as colorful and dramatic as floral arrangements for less out of your wallet. 

Images courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens

In the season of Thanksgiving and family gatherings, creative vegetable displays will add a welcoming ambiance that will have your guests feeling cozy and right at home at your event. Here, deep purples from cabbage and turnips help create a rustic, farm fresh atmosphere.

Photo courtesy of Tec Petaja Wedding Photography via Oncewed
Use ornamental cabbage rosettes and kale along with seeded eucalyptus branches to create a romantic arrangement for your guest book table. Proof that lush, floral-alternatives are an option with out compromising your style. 

Image courtesy of Martha Stewart
Create a colorful, eye-catching escort card table by pinning your guests names to mini vegetables that correspond to the matching vegetable’s table number. 

Photo courtesy of She-N-He Photography via Love and Lavender
Photo courtesy of She-N-He Photography via Love and Lavender
Going for a statement-making monochromatic palette? A variety of green tomatoes intermingled with fluffy cotton and succulents make for a textural and festive centerpiece. 

Image courtesy of Stephanie Williams Photography via JL Designs
Image courtesy of Stephanie Williams Photography via JL Designs

What vegetables will you be using in your wedding decor?

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