16 DIY Centerpiece Ideas for Your Spring Wedding
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16 DIY Centerpiece Ideas for Your Spring Wedding

Centerpieces are one of those wedding details that totally allow you to be fun and creative without compromising the style of your wedding decor. With an endless supply of wedding inspiration from blogs, Pinterest and magazines, there’s no need to turn to anything but your handy little hands (and your bridal party’s!) to DIY the wedding centerpieces of your dreams. Ahead, 16 beautiful DIY centerpieces to inspire your perfect spring wedding tabletop, whether it’s a tropical scene (complete with real pineapples — cute!) or a cool way to repurpose vintage tea tins, your fave beer cans and — of course — mason jars.

1. Sequin Numbers: Instead of traditional table numbers, try this gorgeous handmade sequin version. It will look stunning next to your favorite spring blooms and can totally be a keepsake for you to keep and remember your special day. (Photo via Ruth Eileen Photography / Style Me Pretty)

2. Gold-Painted Bottles: Stock up on your favorite bottles of wine and beer, grab a can of gold spray paint and get working on the ultimate upcycle centerpiece. Besides being super earth-friendly, it’s also totally cost effective. (Photo via Sara and Rocky Photography / The Wedding Chicks)

3. Flower Garland: Add a burst of whimsy to your tables with this living greens and peonies runner. This beauty is the perfect romantic centerpiece for a communal table. (Photo via Harrison Studio / Style Me Pretty)

4. Palms and Mini Pineapples: Add a statement to your guests’ tables with these creative yet totally simple palms and mini pineapple centerpieces. It’s a great alternative (or addition!) to flowers and can add just as much color, depth and drama. (Photo via Mary Costa Photography / Studio DIY)

5. Painted Mason Jars: Because it’s not a true DIY roundup without some mason jars, especially when it comes to weddings. Pull inspiration from nature and add a unique tree stump to your painted mason jars for a totally boho feel. (Photo via Cadey Reisner Weddings / The Knot)

6. Honeycomb Runner: If you’re looking for a burst of color that won’t burn a hole in your wallet, try this bright honeycomb runner DIY. Not only is it a budget-friendly alternative to flowers, but it’s also super easy to make. (Photo via You Look Lovely Photography / Studio DIY)

7. Tea Cans and Hydrangeas: Send vintage vibes to your guests by collecting your favorite tea cans to use as vases. These go perfectly with some in-season hydrangeas for a totally romantic look. (Photo via Jose Villa Photography / Style Me Pretty)

8. Vintage French Bottles: If you’re dreaming of a destination wedding but on a tight budget, all you need is some touches of your dream locale, like these cute vintage french bottles, to create your ideal wedding. (Photo via David Pascolla Photography / The Wedding Chicks)

9. Woodblocks: Get artsy and create a unique experience for your guests with these colorful wooden blocks. Keep it modern with bright blooms in similar hues or, for a boho feel, try creating a loosely structured flower arrangement with garden roses, dahlias and other textural elements. (Photo via Joielala / Ruffled)

10. Cactus + Beer Can: Skip the flowers and say goodbye to the stress that comes with booking a florist with these beautiful potted cactus centerpieces (in beer cans, you guys!). We love the casual-cool aesthetic these cuties provide. (Photo via N. Barrett Photography / The Knot)

11. Wooden Painted Table Numbers: Boost your wedding with natural beauty by creating these DIY wooden painted table numbers. They’ll add a desert-inspired feel to your wedding. (Photo via Amber Vickery Photography / The Knot)

12. Pineapple Vase: Use a fresh pineapple to add a tropical twist to your wedding. Not only can you make this mouthwatering centerpiece on the cheap, but you can also enjoy a nice snack in the process. Sign us up! (Photo via Mary Costa Photography / Sugar & Cloth)

13. Robots: Tie the knot in a geek chic way with these robot centerpieces that, yes, you can totally DIY. We love the industrial vibes they give off. Plus, this is another gift you can give your bridal party to remember your magical event. (Photo via Jayd Jackson Photography / The Knot)

14. Vintage Reader’s Digest Table Numbers: It’s time to go scour your grandparents’ attic for unique antique treasures to create centerpieces like this vintage Reader’s Digest piece. Simply pair these precious finds with wildflower arrangements for a final touch. (Photo via Sarah Rose Burns Photography / The Knot)

15. Wooden Planters: These dreamy wooden planters are the perfect DIY centerpiece for an outdoor wedding, especially if you’re sticking to a simple color palette. Feel free to add flowers for an extra pop of color. (Photo via T & S Hughes Photography / The Knot)

16. Astrological Table Numbers: No matter where you host your nuptials, these astrological table numbers and wildflowers will create pure botanical bliss with a boho gypsy-chic theme. Allow your guests to write a short blurb on the cards to predict all the places you’ll travel as a new married couple! (Photo via J. Renee Studios / The Knot)

Are you ready to DIY your own centerpiece for your spring nuptials? Tweet us which one you’ll be making @Britandco.