11 Spring Wedding Centerpieces That'll Make You Swoon

Celebrate with the season's best blooms.

Flower arrangement for table at spring wedding.

Photo by Greer Gattuso

Ahh, spring. One of the most beautiful times of year to get married, by all accounts. Breezy, perfect weather, everything in bloom all around, and the leaves are finally green after months of skeleton trees. And what better way to showcase those blooming buds than with these stunning spring wedding centerpieces.

Yes, springtime is known as one of the best flower seasons (although we have to say, all the seasons have their floral merits), and April and May are two of the three months when the perennial bridal flower favorite—peonies!—are at their peak. Because so many flowers are in bloom during spring, there's a lot of color palette possibilities and tons of different wedding centerpieces your florist can create. Think wildflowers overflowing out of vases and cascading along banquet tables, pretty-in-pink peony arrangements, and centerpieces full of bright blooms that'll bring the spring sunshine into your reception. The options are limitless (and truly stunning) when it comes to spring wedding centerpieces.

In need of a little inspiration? Lucky for you, we've rounded up some gorgeous and lush spring wedding centerpieces for you to add to your mood board ASAP.

A dusty rose, white, green, and lavender centerpiece.
Photo by Braedon Flynn

A dusty rose, white, green, and lavender centerpiece is punctuated with tall branches for a fresh-from-the-field look. Want something more modern? Try having your florist make an arrangement of only sculptural branches for an airier feel.

colorful wedding flowers
Photo by Taylor Abeel

The coral charm peony is one of the prettiest, showiest flowers of the spring season. Surround it with other pink blooms of different shades for a monochromatic, romantic centerpiece.

floral centerpiece tablescape
Photo by Dana Cubbage Weddings

Feminine and romantic, this floral runner adds texture and classic spring colors—greens, whites, and soft pinks—to your table.

Bright summery floral centerpiece
Photo by Paper Antler

For the couple after a poppy, gallery-inspired wedding, don't be afraid of color. Try layering bright linens like an orange runner and pink napkins with a centerpiece filled with punchy fuchsias, yellows, and peaches for a bold statement.

Modern flower centerpiece.
Photo by a.p. bio; Florals by Doan Ly, NYC-based florist and founder of a.p. bio

This artsy arrangement combines soft pastels with punchy sorbet shades for a modern and bright take on this moody vibe.

Table number and centerpiece
Photo by Curtis Wiklund Photography

Seeded eucalyptus, peach dahlias, and pink and white roses in loose arrangements adorn the round tables at this outdoor reception. Add pieces of eucalyptus on each place setting as an extra fresh detail.

Pastel Centerpiece
Photo by Bashful Captures

White candles and linens accented with peach, muted pink roses, and trailing greenery in a footed gold vessel is the perfect setup for a garden party soirée.

Table setting at wedding
Photo by Heather Waraksa

Fresh fruit in or around your centerpieces adds an extra layer of interest and texture. Think grapes draped in the vessel or pomegranates next to the arrangement as you see here. You can even cut open the pomegranate to show off the jewel-toned interior.

Peach flower wedding centerpiece in gold vase
Photo by Greer Gattuso

A romantic-meets modern-centerpiece works perfectly on bare wood tables with lots of vintage brass accents, like wine goblets and mismatched candlesticks.

Pink and green centerpiece
Photo by 6 of Four Photography

For a classic, traditionally styled springtime reception table, consider blue and white chinoiserie vases filled with green and white hydrangeas and roses in tidy arrangements.

Photo by Cat Mayer Studio

Anemones, dahlias, pastel hues, and lots of greenery—meet the perfect spring wedding centerpiece.

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