Colorful Wedding Centerpieces
Rainbow-bright blooms and leafy lushness are your best bets for a summer wedding. How to bask in the boldest hues? Take a crash course in color from flower whisperer Livia Cetti.
Red & Green
Wedding centerpiece of anemones, ranunculus, and gooseberries, $300. Soapstone bowls, from $9 each, Canvas.
Vibe + Venue: "This arrangement is light and field-y, but if you remove the foliage and create dense little balls of these flowers, you suddenly have a very formal look."
Tablescape Tip: "Pair these with small bowls filled with floating anemones. Floating flowers are beautiful, especially at the escort-card table when people are looking down, searching for their names."
Palette Plan: "Choose a chartreuse rather than a dark, wintery green, so it doesn't feel Christmasy."
Similar Look, Different Flowers: "Dahlias in fall and tulips in spring. Garden roses and gerbera daisies are available year-round—the latter have black middles and are just as graphic as anemones. Tree peonies are gorgeous but expensive and only available for a week or two in May."