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Jelly jar lanterns! Click for the how-to

These airy arrangements of ranunculus are a cinch to recreate

Click to see how to DIY this super simple centerpiece!

Sometimes all your table needs is a few peonies and some tea lights

Fill white bowls with cushion moss and set them out on a fabric runner. Done!

Gloriosa lilies, passion vine, maple leaves, fresh herbs, and dahlias in bark-wrapped vases, along with mushrooms, local foliage, and other forest accents, have a bucolic look.

To create a table with a tropical vibe, we started with vivid scarlet and magenta linens, then added wooden leaf-shape dishes filled with floating orchids and candles.

Re-create this escort card garden by grouping phalaenopsis orchids in slim vessels of varying heights

Etsy artisan Molly Caskey painted these ornate table numbers that were placed with small bud vases holding sturdy and tropical flowers

Glass cloches were used as miniature greenhouses for plant specimens in the 1800s, and you can enlist them today to put the spotlight on your flowers

A wooden stand holding glass bottles of scabiosa pods, astilbe, and hydrangea

Burlap and small glass vases filled with a few flower sprigs topped these reception tables

Anemones, dusty miller, white hyacinth and rosemary in a simple glass

Flowers in mercury glass vessels and glittery DIY table numbers

A glitzy sequin and votive centerpiece. Get the how-to: www.marthastewart...

This easy idea really glows: glue metallic candy wrappers into glass hurricanes, then just pop in a pillar candle

Simple glass jars filled with white flowers and greenery

Easy and inexpensive: Fill simple glass containers with subtly dyed water (just add organic food coloring) to create a vivid centerpiece.

So simple yet so elegant -- water-filled vessels topped with floating candles

These air plant vases would look so sleek and dramatic hanging above a reception tablescape

Recycle maps to make unique centerpieces: Cut charts to fit around cylinders of various heights, then attach them with double-stick tape and fill each with flowers or a candle.

Photos hang from golden balloons to create an awesome bridal shower centerpiece

A kid craft turned wedding-worthy: Wind string around a balloon, cover with fabric stiffener, dry and then pop the balloon. Wouldn't they be cool hanging, too?