Flower boxes are a lovely way to add rustic charm to your table settings. If you’re looking for alternatives to vases then flower boxes can give your floral arrangements a different look. The great thing about these centerpieces is that you can either buy them or have a go at making them yourself. Here are 10 flower box centerpieces to inspire you!

1. A Twist on a Classic 

The color palette of pink and white is a wedding classic, especially for floral arrangements.

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2. Going Contemporary 

Flower boxes come in so many finishes, and can be easily transformed with just a few coats of paint. These boxes are edged in gold paint and work well with the contemporary stripes and metallic candle holders.

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3. Simple and Natural

Candles, eucalyptus and a few small blooms are all you need if you don’t want to go for a traditional floral centerpiece.

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4. A French Affair 

To create a memorable centerpiece, the box itself can be just as decorative as the flowers. Go for a vintage box or crate that has writing on it.

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5. Lavender Scented 

Boxes filled with jars of lavender have a pretty and laid-back look, as well as creating the most amazing scent for your tables. You can even give the jars to your guests as favors too.

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6. Me + You 

Step back in time with a nostalgic box inscribed with a romantic high-school doodle.

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7. The Classic Box 

Why limit yourself to only one size? If you have long tables you can alternate larger flower boxes with smaller ones.

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8. Soft Pastels

An abundant centerpiece of soft pastel blooms goes so well with this box.

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9. Dark Antiques 

An antique style wedding complete with dark wood, apothecary bottles and lace needs a little color. Add some colorful blooms to the mix for a botanical flower box.

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10. Jars of Baby’s Breath

We love the simplicity of the distressed box with the jars of baby’s breath. This would work so well with casual table settings or for a reception outdoors.

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