Ah, summer. There's so much to love about it. I think all the beautiful flowers in bloom everywhere you turn have something to do with it. And all the parties and BBQs don't hurt either. Are you hosting a get-together this summer? If so, here's some great centerpiece inspiration for your table.
Whether your entertainment is a larger event, intimate dinner party, or casual get together, they could all use some flowers to dress up the table. When it comes to floral centerpieces, the prices can definitely vary, but most of these ideas are pretty budget friendly or DIY. The amount you decide to spend on the flowers is up to you and the type of flowers you chose. If you weren't planning an event in the near future, you may be after seeing these beauties.
1. A simple brown paper bag adds a rustic look to a bouquet, spotted on The Bouqs.
2. This shallow bowl full of colorful cacti and succulents will definitely be a conversation piece. Spotted on From Ezter with Love.
3. A few bold stems in mercury glass for a classy look, as seen on Ruffled.
4. Try a grouping of mini porcelain vases to make one larger centerpiece. These are from Not on the High Street.
5. A grouping of vintage or thrifted milk glass really shows off your flowers and looks beautiful, as seen on Elizabeth Anne Designs.
6. Customize your centerpiece by adding some paint to a mason jar. Do it yourself, or buy one of these readymade rustic chic looking ones from Beach Blues Etsy Shop.
7. A grouping of beautiful glass bottles centered by an antique tray, spotted on Peaches and Mint.
8. Be inspired by this summer color palette and the beautiful gold vase, as seen on 100 Layer Cake-let.
9. Use vintage tins for vases to add character to your table, like this example from Once Wed.
10. Turn a flea market find into a centerpiece like this vintage milk bottle crate full of mason jars and blooms, a sample from my own loft on The Sweet Escape.
11. Have fun with color with this simple but pretty idea from Paper and Cakery.
12. Hunt down some brown glass bottles for a country chic look, spotted on Style me Pretty.
13. Get crafty and glam up some simple terracotta pots and simple succulents, as seen on The Style House by PB Teen.
14. Save your tin cans, clean them up and turn them into a pretty centerpiece like this one spotted on Brides Magazine.
15. Skip the flower shop and head to the grocery store for some lemons to make a simple but impactful centerpiece, like one of these from (left) The Party Dress or (right) Women's Day.