Not only are succulents great plants if your thumb isn't the greenest, but using succulents as a centerpiece is also a unique and charming way to incorporate simple plants into your wedding.
Vintage Tin Can Centerpieces
Give some extra use to your recycled tin cans by using them to create your centerpieces. Either create your own vintage-inspired labels, or find tin cans with vintage labels (just remember to wash them out first), and stick some cheerful flowers inside to create a quirky, colorful centerpiece.
Tin Can Table Marker
Recycled tin cans are the perfect addition to any centerpiece for the environmentally-conscious bride. Instead of using plastic table markers, why not use a tin can candleholder with a brightly painted interior?
Recycled Bottle Centerpiece
Recycled glass bottles are eco-friendly additions to a rustic wedding tablescape. Whether you leave the labels on, take them off, or wrap the bottle in ribbon or twine, they always add a fun touch to any design.
Getting eco-friendly candles for your reception can be tough, but finding candles made out of materials like soy or beeswax can help give your big day a romantic glow in a conscientious way.
Reclaimed Wood Centerpiece
Using reclaimed wood to accent your table is a great way to bring the forest right to your wedding. Adding some succulents or wildflowers can really help add to the outdoorsy feel!
Using moss to decorate your eco-friendly reception is a great way to add woodsy flair to your centerpieces. Glamming it up with flowers or candles will only add to the unique look.
What better way to make your centerpiece standout than by using colorful vegetables? And, hey, if your guests get hungry...
Potted Flower Centerpiece
If you want to incorporate flowers into your eco-friendly event to cut the waste, try using potted flowers instead! It not only adds a beautiful vibe to your wedding, but it can double as guest gifts!