20 Fruit Centerpieces for Every Season

Whoever came up with the idea of having fruit centerpieces must have really had one of those “Duh” moments. I mean, fruit is such an amazingly obvious yet not wedding centerpiece idea, that once you see one you wonder why you didn’t think of doing it sooner!

Fruit is, for the most part, less expensive than using wedding flowers, yet it still adds that visual punch that can totally transform a boring old table into something wedding-worthy.

Whether you’re using fruit centerpieces on their own or combined with other elements such as candles, greenery, flowers, or even ornaments for holiday-themed weddings, there are so many options for fruit centerpieces that we had to cut ourselves off from searching for them. (It was getting a little cray).

We’re not one to leave anyone or anything out, which is why we included a few vegetable options, too. So check out a few of our favorite fruit centerpieces (and veggies) below as well as fun ways to use them.

Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Apples
Source: Pinterest
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Autumn
Source: Pinterest
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Fall
Source: Pinterst
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces in Glass
Source: Pinterest
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Mix
Source: Bride and Blossom
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Oranges and Flowers
Source: Witty Vows
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Purple
Source: The Knot
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Spring
Source: Pinterest
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Summer
Source: Pinterest
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Tower
Source: Pinterest
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Vegetable
Source: Martha Stewart
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces Winter
Source: Pinterest
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces With Candles
Source: Ruffled Blog
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces With Flowers
Source: Pinterest
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces with Grape
Source: Elle Decor
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces with Lemons
Source: WedBoard
Fruit Wedding Centerpieces with Oranges
Source: Happy Wed

Are you planning on using any fruit centerpieces at your wedding? Let us know in the comments section! Looking for something different? Check out our guide to the best spring wedding flowers.

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