Table centerpieces can be continued greening, and then begin to flower into the greens. However, I finished this table centerpiece by finishing with tightly packed roses. Many brides love the total massed flower (no greens) look. They just don't realize how many flowers this takes. This one end alone took 24 roses when clustered this tightly. This is how high end florists can jack up the cost of arrangements for extravagant wedding designs without excess work needed nor much more hard goods product. This design can literally be done in under 10 minutes for a skilled florist, because you are simply "soaking and poking"!
I'm now going to show you have to change the centerpiece. Instead of the more expensive rosews, you can adding more interest to the greened end by tucking in some other flower varieties in between the greens. Choose your own flower colors and varieties. Here is an inexpensive button chrysanthemum.
I'm also using white hypericum berries to add contrast and interest to the centerpieces.
See how a few button mums and berries add in beautiful accents with very little cost and effort.
Filler flowers add a different look.
You can mix in different colors or flower varieties to add in a mix of colors for contrast.
Tuck the contrasting color in between the focal flowers.