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candelabra centerpieceThese flower-wrapped candelabras may be a bit tall for use as centerpieces on each table, but depending on your arrangements could work well. Either way, I think they would make extremely elegant centerpieces along the head table.

Floral designer Carolyn Shepard is the designer of this stylish arrangement. She chose deep pinks and reds wrapped around an antique style candelabra. You could follow her instructions and get the same stunning piece, or pull from your own color and style preferences, following her basic how-to, and create centerpieces that are uniquely you. Here's what you'll need to get started.


  1. 2' length of ivy garland
  2. Roses (mixed shades of red)
  3. Cymbidium orchids
  4. Celosia
  5. Pink spray roses
  6. Pink Gerber Daisies
  7. Red Dahlias
  8. Magenta stock
  9. Floral wire – 24=gauge
  10. 2 ¾" red wired satin ribbon
  11. Scissors
  12. Electric skillet and Pan melt glue
Once you've gathered all the materials you're just a short time away from creating your first centerpiece. Get your bridesmaids together and follow these assembly instructions.


  • Shoaib

    Candelabra centerpiece looks great. For more centerpiece ideas:

  • Nicola

    I love candelabras as wedding centerpieces - they look so stunning. There are loads of other items you can use for your centerpieces too. Believe it or not, birdcages are popular, along with natural sculptures and candles.

    Find out more about wedding centerpieces and decorations here: and for more ideas on your wedding decorations, try:

    Good luck with your wedding!

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