Simple Floral Wedding Centerpieces\\nDon't let these easy centerpieces fool you. Each one is striking, stunning and easily unforgettable.\\nTo complement their Southern-inspired wedding, this couple selected pieces from their floral designer's collection, including urn, tiny vases and this sterling silver tray, to decorate their table tops. Bright peonies in shades of pink and peach added a pop of color.\\n\\"We wanted a natural, rustic setting,\\" said the bride of her California ranch wedding. Centerpieces filled with fresh herbs and organic artichokes created by Santa Barbara-based florist [Blue Magnolia Events](http://www.bluemagnoliaevents.com/) fit in well with the couple's chosen venue.\\nThe centerpieces at this rustic Rocky Mountain wedding featured roses, succulents, ornamental cabbage, and ranunculuses arranged in wooden boxes filled with moss.\\n\\"We wanted lots of little vases instead of one big arrangement,\\" said the bride of her vintage-inspired table top. To create the look, [Mum's Flowers](http://www.mumsflowers.net/) filled vintage vessels with pussy willow and herbs like rosemary, basil, and thyme.\\nArrangements of clematises, eucalyptus, jasmine, lavender, and fig and olive branches topped the long dining tables at this Tuscan-themed wedding.\\nTin pails full of white flowers set the tone at this casual garden wedding. Galvanized tin buckets filled with snapdragons also decorated this couple's ceremony venue, an open-air gazebo draped with white linen.\\nFruit, in this case crab apples, mixed cafe au lait dahlias, Juliet garden roses, passion vine, and persimmons made for a fresh and unexpected floral centerpiece designed by [ Poppies and Posies](http://poppiesandposies.com/).\\nThis rustic centerpiece featured a burlap-wrapped box as a stand for miniature flower arrangements. The water bottles that displayed the table numbers could have also doubled as a refreshment for guests (a must in blazing Phoenix weather!)\\nA wedding centerpiece of coral charm peonies, Juliet garden roses, Quicksand roses, parrot tulips, poppy pods, and maidenhair ferns gets an unexpected upgrade when arranged on a stack of hardcover books.\\nSingle buds were placed in small glass jars and paired with cheeky table numbers displaying popular song titles at this DIY wedding.\\nThis rustic centerpiece boasted wildflowers tucked into glass jars wrapped in twine, all arranged atop a rustic tree stump base.\\nVintage charm exuded from this simple wedding centerpiece inspired by an oversized succulent.\\nSucculents and peonies in the softest shade of pink were tucked into a square wooden box at this romantic vineyard wedding.\\nSimple objects like a pillar candle and wooden tray can be used to create acenterpiece, as was the case with this pretty vignette.\\nThe dramatic tone of these amber bottles, used in place of metallic or white containers, helped florist [The Byrd Collective](http://www.thebyrdcollective.com) create a simple floral wedding centerpiece that celebrated the winter season.\\nA single pale pink rose and a few antiqued objects, including an iron birdcage and mercury glass votive candles, came together to create a polished vintage centerpiece.\\nAll-white blooms, including elegant calla lilies, were placed in simple glass containers of different shapes to create a polished centerpiece setup.\\nLarge peony blooms were tucked into modern bright blue vases and arranged on Moroccan-inspired tiles in equally bold colors.\\nWine bottles wrapped in lace fabric and twine were arranged in vintage wine boxes and accompanied by an antique tea kettle for a touch of whimsy.\\nThese personalized centerpieces are easy to DIY: simply fill a mug emblazoned with your new last initial with miniature versions of your wedding flowers like these sunny rose blossoms and craspedias.