If you’re a bride that likes to stay ahead of the pack as far as colors go, then Pantone is the way. Every year they release the on-trend color, which can be used throughout your color scheme.
But one color that has stood the test for brides the world over is RED. After all, it’s the color of love, passion, and romance. But keep in mind, too much red, unless it’s your all your time favorite color, can sometimes err on the side of the cheesy.
One way to get around this is to use red rose centerpieces with accents of your other favorite colors. For example, black, cardinal red and grey or burgundy, crimson, gold, and light brown.
To help you choose the perfect red rose centerpieces for your wedding, we’ve included straight-up (popular) red choices, as well as a few mix and match options that’ll suit the bride that likes to walk the path less traveled.
If you see something you like, don’t forget to pin them to your Pinspiration board!
Gold Ceramic Centerpiece with Preserved Roses
We love this gold ceramic centerpiece with preserved roses for so many reasons. Place them on each table as-is for an opulent look. Or if you prefer a bit of sparkle, twist some fairy lights in between the arranged flowers.
These flowers also last for up to three years, so feel free to give them to guests as a reminder of your special day. The ceramic boxes also make special keepsakes!
Set of Three Crystal Wooden Hoop Wreath Floral Centerpieces for Sweetheart Table
Okay, so we have may have cheated a little bit here, as this isn’t a red rose centerpiece per se, BUT you have to admit that this set of crystal wooden hoop wreaths is gorgeous!
To make a real statement, and turn it into an artistic masterpiece, arrange red roses in between the existing flowers, crystals, and eucalyptus that’s already fixed to the ring.
This arrangement will look stunning on a sweetheart table or at an outdoor reception. They would even look beautiful in your home.
Red Roses Menu
Around Valentine’s Day and popular wedding seasons, the cost of red roses tends to soar. But if you have your heart set on incorporating these gorgeous blooms into table centerpieces, why not go for these red roses menus?
Far more affordable than the real thing, these oversized red roses menus add luxury and romance to your tablescape, without breaking the bank. To complete the look, simply place single artificial red roses in different shaped and sized vases.
Red Rose Arrangement with Real Touch Silk Roses
An alternative to fresh flowers is an arrangement made up of real-touch silk red roses. We love that these last a long time, and don’t fade or lose their shape.
Keep in mind the vases are sold separately. Should you be keen to get your hands on a few, you can order here.
Want to go for a more eclectic look, feel free to place the red roses in different glass vases, like this one. Add some baby’s breath and a sprig of eucalyptus for a unique look.
Gothic Romance Red Queen Rose Centerpiece
Goth lovers out there, we’ve found the perfect red rose centerpiece for you, with a few additional items to complete the look.
Dark and broody, this arrangement includes red queen roses, black orchids and peonies, Chinese lanterns, and midnight eucalyptus. Included in the set are a 6-foot-long garland, a wreath, and a centerpiece.
Let your ghoulish glamor shine through with wedding decor like no other.
Wooden Box Filled with Faux Flowers Centerpiece
Oh boy, back to the burgundy vs. red roses debate. We’re sticking to our guns that burgundy is still a red rose, just by a different name (hopefully you agree with us.)
We’re head over heels in love with this rustic little arrangement that comes complete with a wooden box. The floral arrangement includes silk and artificial flowers, faux greenery, and floral wire.
We think they’re gorgeous exactly as they are, but if you’d like to add a pop of color (artificial, real touch, or the real thing), feel free to do so.
Gold Faux Flower Arrangement Red Rose Centerpiece
Remember we said too much red can sometimes be overkill and may even make your wedding decor look a little staid.
Of course, if nothing but red will do, that’s your choice completely… after all, it’s your day and what you want goes! But we think you might change your mind with this gold faux floral arrangement centerpiece.
Exquisitely arranged with red and burgundy roses, peonies, thistle berries, eucalyptus, fern, baby’s breath as well as a touch of gold, it will look magnificent as a centerpiece on all tables, solely for the sweetheart, or even as a focal point on the cake table.
Eucalyptus Lambs Ear Wreath with Dark Red Roses
Always a popular choice at outdoor, rustic, and more relaxed weddings is eucalyptus lambs ear wreaths.
We especially love this one because it comes decked with dark red roses. And it’s so versatile – use it as a table runner, wrap it around candelabras or fill a rustic wooden box with a mixture of your favorite flowers.
Red Rose Table Runner Centerpiece
Nothing screams romance like a red rose table runner centerpiece and we especially love this one for its versatility.
The runner measures 4ft in length and approximately 6-inches in height. The base is flexible so it can be placed flush on the table as a runner, used as a backdrop for photo opportunities, or as an archway for the ceremony.
Add tealight candles, fairy lights, or some eucalyptus garlands for a more lavish look.
Paper Flowers Wedding Centerpiece
If real red, silk, or artificial flowers aren’t your thing, we’ve got the perfect solution for you with these paper flower wedding centerpieces.
We love that the flowers last forever and are perfect for your memory or keepsake box.
Rustic Wood Lantern Centerpieces
Okay, so this could be considered another cheat piece because it comes without flowers.
The plus side to these rustic wood lantern centerpieces is that they’re a blank canvas to be filled with red roses and other accessories of your choice. Think candles, fairy lights, moss, your favorite succulents, or even garlands wrapped around the base of the lantern.
We like that the lanterns are available in a variety of finishes, including chestnut, amber, smoke, and charcoal.
Pack of Long stem Real Touch English Austin Roses
Ever heard of a Titania English Cabbage Rose? Well, prepared to get your mind blown!
Each pack contains 6 17-inch long red Titania English cabbage roses that can be placed in your existing flower arrangements.
Alternatively use them as a part of a garland or wreath, include them in your floral bouquet, or simply cut them to size and place in pretty mismatched vases for a gorgeous boho look.
Red Rose Centerpiece and Wedding Favors
The costs of a wedding can quickly get out of hand, which is why we love these red rose centerpieces that double up as take-home favors for your guests.
Simply arrange on your reception tables in between fairly lights and eucalyptus garlands and add a thank you note so guests know to take them home. Budget-friendly, thoughtful and unique – what more could you possibly need?
Engraved Illuminated Beauty and the Beast Rose
Who doesn’t love a Beauty and the Beast-themed wedding?
This gorgeous engraved illuminated Beauty and the Beast Rose. centerpiece stands 8-inches tall. We like that the dome is removable and includes fairy lights that are operated by batteries or with a standard US plug.
For a more personal touch, you even have the option of engraving a special message for your guests.
And here’s something a little extra special for Beauty and the Beast fans… you have the option of adding other themed items including table numbers, Beauty and the Beast Candelabras, and a Beauty and the Beast clock centerpiece!
Real Touch American Beauty Red Rose & Eucalyptus Centerpiece
These lifelike real-touch American beauty red roses can be arranged in the accompanying bowl with artificial water for an authentic-looking centerpiece.
Wedding Lantern Centerpiece
If you’re going for a more rustic or bohemian type aesthetic, then this wedding lantern centerpiece is the way to go.
The floral arrangement uses a mix of mini burgundy, white and pink peonies, as well as red roses. Beautiful sprays of faux greenery and an LED candle complete the look.
It’s an absolute stunner and well worth considering if you’re after something a little different!
Dark Red, Maroon, and Ivory Flower Wedding Centerpiece
Again, if you love the idea of red roses, but don’t like the clichéd sometimes overdone red rose arrangement, then you may want to consider this dark red, maroon, and ivory flower wedding centerpiece.
The arrangement also includes ferns and eucalyptus and will look gorgeous as stand-alone pieces, arranged in groups or as a runner for a long farm table. The opportunities are endless.
Modern Rectangle Stand Metal Gold Geometric Vase
For the bride who loves all things modern, gold, and geometric, this centerpiece is a must-have.
Available in flat gold, matte black, chrome French gold, and acrylic. The stands come in 24″, 32″, and 40″, except for the acrylic option which is only available in 24″ and 32″. What we particularly love about these geometric stands, is that they’re easy to assemble and take down for easy storage.
This listing is for the geometric vase only, so feel free to go wild with flowers of your choice, including plenty of red roses, feathers, hydrangeas, eucalyptus, and anything else that takes your fancy!
Three Pack Artificial Eucalyptus Garland Greenery
For a more understated feel, look no further than this artificial eucalyptus garland.
Yes, there aren’t any red roses in it, but to help solve that problem, why not get an affordable pack of 10 silk red rose heads and place them intermittently throughout the garland. For an evening wedding, place tealights or sparkly fairy lights to create a magical look.
Or if you prefer a more eclectic look, we love the idea of choosing mismatched flower vases and bowls. Add some of your favorite succulents for a hint of color along with a few of your other favorite florals.