White Orchid Wedding Centerpieces

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White Orchid Wedding Centerpieces
Add a white orchid to a wedding arrangement. (Orchidée image by Laokee from Fotolia.com)

A centrepiece is the jewel of your table as it sets the tone of your wedding. A centrepiece containing white orchids gives an exotic appeal to the room with the flowers' soft, sweet smell and delicate blossoms. Choose an unusual design for your orchid which showcases its beauty as you decide to mix it with other flowers or allow it to stand alone.

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Dramatic

Create a dramatic centrepiece as you contrast white orchids combined with dark flowers. A crystal vase filled with black river rock combines dark purple calla lilies that look black with white orchids for a striking appearance. Another option is deep brown leucadendron or chocolate brown cosmos mixed with a white vase and tied with a matching brown ribbon. Continue to contrast the centrepiece with the addition of strands of faux pearls dripping from the vase or grouped around the centrepiece.

Romantic Holiday

A collection of red and white flowers sets both a holiday and romantic mood. A white cake platter sits in the centre of the table holding what appears to be a flower cake. Vivid red roses layer the sides of flat, round plant foam, while low-lying white orchids cover the top. White snowballs of carnations combine with red berries and rose petals on the table. Punches of green come from sprigs of holly spread around the display.

Crescent

Add a graceful appearance to your table with a crescent design, which is reminiscent of the quarter moon. A tall wrapped vase holds a display of long sword-type leaves, such as the tenjiku sedge and the silvery astelia chatamica. Their leaves drape gracefully in a downward arch toward the table as a layer of smaller evergreens and ferns sit on top. A collection of white orchids rests on top, looking like a crown.

Winter

Prepare an arrangement that features the crystal form of ice with the white colour of snow as you design your winter centrepiece. A tall, square ice-carved vase holds a grouping of white orchids and calla lilies, while crystal beads attached to the ends of plant wire stems peek out between the flowers. Several crystal goblets are positioned around the vase and alternate floating white orchids and calla lilies. Small crystal frames contain photographs of the couple.

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