Red Wedding Centrepieces

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Red wedding centerpieces are a stunning choice, perfect for creating a dramatic, romantic and eye-catching colour theme for your wedding tables. Popular red flower options for wedding table centrepieces include Alstroemeria, Amaryllis, Anthurium, Carnations, Chrysanthemums, Freesias, Gerberas, Hypericum, Lily, Nerine, Peonies, Ranunculus, Roses and Tulips.

Frangipani Table Centrepiece Arrangement Design by  at

Frangipani Wedding Table Centrepiece Idea

Exotic, dramatic and stunning this red table centrepiece is extravagantly beautiful – a show stopping floral delight

Drama Fire and Ice Centrepiece Design by Flowers and Plants at

Drama Fire and Ice Centrepiece

Dramatic and decadence ooze from this centrepiece that could The perfect floral for a deep winter wedding theme – the stems of rich red and pink roses are bound in red and surrounded by a collar of faux fur.
Design by: Flowers and Plants©

Dramatic Red Reception Flowers Design by The Fine Flower Company at

Dramatic Red Reception Flowers

Contemporary, dramatic and super stylish this flower arrangement would set the tone for a glamorous modern wedding. Classic red roses are formed into a floral garland around a tall spike covered in moss – garlands of black beads have been added for sparkle
Design by: The Fine Flower Company ©

Red Rose Centrepiece Design by  at

Red Rose Centrepiece

Dusky pink roses, trailing amaranth and silvery foliage create an uniquely beautiful centrepiece. Scattered rose petals and white candles add extra interest to the tables.

Red wedding table decor and centrepieces design by LK Lily

Dramatic, Atmospheric Wedding Table Centrepieces & Decor

The candles and sparkling white ceiling lighting combined with rich red table settings and fabulous red flowers create a beautfiully theatrical atmosphere. Tall table centrepiecs are combined with low arrangements of rich red Tulips generously grouped in vases to stunning effect.Design by LK Lily

Red Wedding Centrepieces was last modified: March 27th, 2014 by Cath