Wedding wreaths can be used as tabletop centerpieces, but this design pushes the WOW!! factor by elevating it high on the table. For a unique look, consider creating centerpieces "half and half" - meaning half the centerpieces are elevated on wedding vases as shown, and the rest are laying directly on the table top. Just keep in mind to do a high enough elevation so not to block your guest's faces from one another as they are seated at the tables. Check out my step by step wreath tutorials if this is your first time designing for extra tips on greening properly, flower placement, and flower care to extend the life of your flowers.
Don't feel locked into designing exactly as shown. I usually advise my clients to choose the design first, and then look for the colors and flower varieties that create your own wedding color palette.
To create a similar look to below, you'll need the following products and fresh flowers:
8 Dark Blue Delphinium
5 Orange Asclepias
15 Blades Bear Grass
4 stems #26 Gauge Wire
1 Table Mirror
Please also check out my tall wedding centerpiece tutorials. They go into detail on the importance of how to balance elevated centerpieces so they don't topple over during your wedding reception.