Hanging centerpieces are a great way to add elaborate decorations to any wedding table without getting in the way of conversation. By using cascading florals to complement flower vases, this inspiration shoot transformed a traditional tablescape into an ethereal garden.
Suspended floral arrangements don't need to drape closely to your table decor to make a statement. The candles lining this wedding table add a gorgeous glow, but the overgrown greenery and lush flowers hanging directly above bring a garden vibe to this tent reception.
These hanging greenery hoops prove a nonfloral centerpiece can be just as pretty as a classic rose arrangement. Decorated with fern leaves and vines, these hanging centerpieces bring a little vibrancy to a minimalist tablescape. The tulip accents are especially fitting for a spring wedding.
If you like idea of a garden suspended over your table, but you don't want it to look too overgrown, go with a more polished design. While these hanging flowers would fit right in at a bohemian chic wedding, their synonymous style accommodates a more traditional tablescape.
Calligraphy signs are all the rave for ceremony decor, so why not add them to a hanging centerpiece at the reception? The flower boxes above this wedding table complement the low centerpieces well on their own. But a simple phrase written in elegant script adds a more personal detail to this charming rustic event.
Mix & Match
Whimsical wedding signs are our favorite, and the combination of hanging paper lanterns with song lyrics brings a fun vibe to these colorful floral centerpieces.
Spell It Out
Love is actually in the air with this mylar balloon wedding sign. While these aren't technically hanging decorations, their floating presence enhances simple table centerpieces like these mason jars.
Speaking of simple decorations, hang your flower arrangements in mason jars or glass bottles above your tablescape. Not only does it save room on your table, it makes for a chic idea for a rustic wedding.
Flower arrangements don't need to be hung in vases. These baby's breath decorations are just too pretty on their own. You could even use them to complement mason jars full of these pretty flowers on the table.
If a shiny mylar balloon sign seems a little too eccentric for your style, simple balloon centerpieces are fit for a more traditional wedding. Lined with garlands of flags, these balloon centerpieces look super elegant on long tables.
Hanging Bird Cages
As a trendy essential especially for a minimalist tablescape, the bird cage can be used in so many ways to add modern flair. Paired with pastel balloons, these hanging decorations look so chic on this striped table liner.
Dangling Light Bulbs
You don't need a whole lot of edison bulb decorations to make a statement. Keep them clustered to light a stylish industrial wedding, or string them one by one above your tables. These bulbs add a subtle modern element to a more traditional setting.
You can DIY this idea if you have the time, or purchase twine spheres in different sizes to create a simple hanging centerpiece. This is a great idea for a bohemian wedding, especially if you're having an intimate outdoor reception like this.
Sharing moments from your love story could make a great conversation starter among your guests! Take your old childhood photos and snaps of your favorite memories together to print for an easy and unique DIY centerpiece. You could hang them above candlelit table centerpieces as seen here and even use them to personalize your welcome table.
If you want to save your budget from florist-created arrangements, make this hanging chandelier using real or faux flowers and a hula hoop. Once assembled, you've got yourself a bright and bold centerpiece that impresses all on its own.