Today we’re sharing our new favorite: the paper centerpiece! Made from books, these charming accents will decorate your wedding or holiday tables beautifully. Be sure to subscribe now for the latest to your inbox.
If you’re planning a fall or winter wedding, chances are you’re looking to incorporate seasonal themed decor into your wedding tables. When decorating wedding tables, a centerpiece is the easiest way to bring these themed ideas to fruition. When we spotted this paper centerpiece idea at Root To Vine, we couldn’t wait to share it with you as an easy-to-do centerpiece at your wedding. These charming paper creations are amazing for your mantle, too. Use this centerpiece as a focal point at reception tables and add accents as needed i.e. candles, flowers, etc.
In this post, you’ll be inspired by paper centerpieces made of recycled books. To keep with the current season, we’ve selected thematic centerpiece options including our four favorites: pumpkins, apples, evergreen trees, and snowmen. Wait until you see the paper snowmen: they’re ridiculously cute! Enjoy!
There are several paper centerpiece designs to choose from. These are made of recycled books, so they arrive flat and fold out and stand up beautifully. In addition to the handcrafted nature of these centerpieces, you can choose your favorite size for each. We love them as a trio in a small, medium, and large set. I can imagine these placed with carved candles or these tealight candles, a small floral arrangement, brass candlesticks, or ornaments in a large glass vase as coordinating decor.
1. Pumpkin Paper Centerpiece
First, let’s showcase the pumpkin paper book centerpiece, ideal for fall weddings.
Use a paper centerpiece as a charming place setting, too, as shown here:
2. Apple Paper Centerpiece
Next up, an apple! This is a charming addition to your fall decor.
3. Evergreen Tree Centerpiece
4. Paper Snowmen
And last but not least, these book snowmen are my favorite paper centerpiece ideas. Check out these adorb scarves wrapped around the snowmen, the buttons, the twig arms, and those walnut hats! I love everything about these.
Where to Buy a Paper Centerpiece
Want to buy a book / paper centerpiece? Visit the shop to get started. Amy is wonderful to work with; you’re in great hands with your paper centerpiece decor! I want all of these for my mantle this holiday season.