So you want to “go West” with your wedding theme, and you’re nonstop daydreaming about the possibilities.
Well, howdy there, and thanks for stopping by because that’s why we’re here!
One thing is for sure with a Western wedding: you can go big like the Teton mountain range in Wyoming or small like a tiny trumpet wildflower blooming by an endless highway through the Great Plains.
Big or small, we’re lassoing up some traditional, unconventional, even industrial Western centerpiece ideas to inspire you today.
Check out our 30 Western wedding centerpieces to make your inner-cowgirl holler “Yee-haw!”
Vintage Denim Jean Flowers with a Purpose
Do you fondly remember your favorite jeans from way back?
Then how about adding a repurposed blue jean bouquet to your Western centerpieces?!
Vintage denim gets a new life on your wedding day when it’s handmade into one of these cool and unconventional flowers.
These denim roses come in a set of six that you can arrange separately or add to other accents to create a unique arrangement.
Rustic Wood Engraved Centerpiece
Not much says Western better than an impressively thick slice of rustic wood!
These handcrafted wood slices get kiln-dried for two weeks, then sanded and treated with food-grade oil and beeswax. The finished product is a silky feel that’s rustic yet luxurious for a traditional Western-themed wedding.
Consider getting text and an image engraved for added personalization.
Real Western Garlands Are a Fresh Idea
A handmade centerpiece of real salal leaves and North-western cedar boughs would make a vibrant decoration on your wedding tables.
These deep-green and gorgeous garlands are a genuinely fresh idea!
Shed Deer Antler and Sola Wood Centerpiece
These unique and eye-catching centerpieces have a great backstory!
Wild bucks are male deer. Every year they shed their antlers and grow new ones, and it’s these naturally shed antlers that have been used to create this unique centerpiece, along with handmade sola wood flowers and dried botanicals like eucalyptus.
Horseshoe Centerpiece Is a Hit
What do you call a horseshoe and a mason jar?
At a Western-themed wedding, we call this perfection!
These handcrafted metal and cast iron bases are striking on their own and require the bare minimum of floral or lighting accents.
We picture this centerpiece with LED fairy lights coiled around a denim flower and a small bunch of faux baby’s breath for a sassy and fabulous look.
Nothing Beats a Western Cactus Centerpiece
Cactus plants, cow skulls, boots, or wagon wheels might not seem too romantic at first, but wait until you see the choices with these Western table centerpieces because you might fall in love!
Each centerpiece is carefully handcrafted on a basswood base with vibrant color and faux florals. These stunning little works of art are unique and affordable decorations for your wedding day.
Ride Your Centerpiece Luminaries into the Sunset
We adore these affordable table-top luminaries.
You get to personalize them with your wedding day message, and when you turn on LED candles to light up these sweet little centerpieces, you’ll see an image of a happy couple riding off into the sunset!
Western Wedding Vases That Delight
Anything is possible when you think Western, including gorgeous wedding vases made out of chalk-painted, distressed mason jars.
Each jar has a holed-out metal lid that’s ready for a casual mix of dried or faux florals!
You’ve got choices with the images on these vases, although we like the variety of mixing and matching pictures of horses, stars, or boots. You’ve got color choices here too, such as a teal-painted jar with a brown image.
Add Some Pop with a Wedding Cowgirl Cork
Why not invite some “Corkies Cowgirls” along for the ride on your fun Western centerpieces?
These little accents feature wine corks, beading, and mini-cowgirl hats. It’s plain to see that each one is handmade with love and a whole whack of detail! Their wire arms and legs are even bendable and can easily rest on the lip of a mason jar or an LED lantern.
Leather Flower Vase Is Western Chic
Does your mind go blank after boots or chaps when you think Western and leather?
Don’t get us wrong. We go weak thinking about cowboy attire! But leather is also a chic accent, and this premium leather flower vase is an ideal example for your reception!
This glass vase is hand-stitched into premium dyed leather, available in colors like romantic red or sexy fuchsia.
Mini Faux Cowhide Is a Cozy Wedding Centerpiece
Put this mini faux-suede cowhide on your reception tables under a glowing lantern, and you create a cozy atmosphere that brings to mind a genuine cowhide rug by the fireplace!
Western Centerpiece Sticks
Each heavy-duty cardstock paper cutout quickly attaches to the included wooden dowels to create centerpiece sticks that can be used in vases or floral arrangements at all your party tables.
We think these double-sided table toppers are fun, cheeky, and ready for your Western-themed party!
If you’re doing bunches of florals in mason jars or simple vases, add a few of these table toppers for a bit of kick that’s bound to make everyone smile.
Aspen Wood Candle Centerpiece
This candle centerpiece has a ton of charm and character, especially for late autumn or winter weddings in the Midwest when there’s a nip in the air. The rope detail accents are so on point!
The dark golden wood has been harvested from Colorado aspen logs, and the votive candles pictured in the description come with this order.
Scatter Some Horse Confetti around Your Centerpiece
Okay, “horse confetti” might sound a little suspect at first, but trust us, scattering these little horse cut-outs around your reception tables is a cute and affordable accent.
Make sure to double-up on the glittery horse confetti for sheer pizzazz!
These Bud Boots Are Made for Western Wedding Centerpieces
There’s no second-guessing the Western theme with this piece of decor!
You get a miniature cowboy boot vase that’s 5-inches tall and 4-inches wide, with the breathtaking look of embroidered roses and lacy etching in the steel toe detail.
Fill these vases with tiny faux buds or baby’s breath and listen as the compliments pour in on your wedding day.
Lariat Cowboy Ropes around Your Centerpieces
Now here is something completely different!
While we’ll never be ashamed to celebrate any fun and “faux” centerpiece, these high-quality western lassos once used by rodeo cowboys are the real deal!
It only takes a spark of your imagination to transform these ropes into the Western centerpieces of your dreams. Of course, everyone will love the story of where they came from too!
Wild Western Wedding Tablecloth
Are you planning a casual country wedding?
These may be affordable plastic tablecloths, but the woodgrain-fence design adds Wild West fun to your reception.
If you go simple and elegant with your centerpieces, like white flowers in jars with a burlap and lace bow, this wedding day look will hit it over the fence!
Western Cowhide Box Wedding Centerpiece
This Western-chic cowhide box with custom cast iron details looks like a featured designer piece in some interior decorating magazine!
While it’s made to order for you, it’s still affordable. We think it would be an exquisite centerpiece filled with short-stemmed pampas and a string of fairy lights wrapped around the lariat rope handle.
You’re the Cowboy Couple on Your Western Wedding Napkins
These napkins are almost too cute to use, but they’re also perfect accents for your Western wedding.
The cowboy couple image is personalized with your names and date, and different sizes, colors, and fonts are available to make these little details even more unique for your day.
Brazilian Cowhide Leather Coasters
These genuine Brazilian cowhide coasters feature a laced edge and reinforced backing, and they’re so soft to the touch!
If your reception hall has Western-influenced dining tables with natural wood grain or live edges, you may not want to cover that beauty up with a table runner or tablecloth.
These coasters with a mini faux cowhide centerpiece create a rustic feel without overdoing anything.
Wrangler Wedding Table Numbers
We love these single-sided “Wrangler” table numbers because they’re part of a Western-themed stationery selection.
If you’re looking for “save the dates” or wedding invitations, these table numbers are great coordinating accents for your reception.
Lovely Lotus Industrial Tealight Holder
The American Lotus is native to many parts of the United States, including the Lone Star state of Texas. Did you know that Native Americans considered this beautiful plant a primary food source from very early on?
This lotus flower tealight holder is a great nod to the importance of the American Lotus, and it also pays respect to all peoples who have inhabited the Southwest. We also love the rustic industrial details!
Rustic Bronze Heart Centerpiece
If you want pure romance in a rustic Western wedding decoration that also hits a modern industrial note, behold this centerpiece!
These stunning steel hearts are handcrafted to deliver a perfect patina, and the crafter has thoughtfully coated each piece in polyurethane so that you can display them indoors or outdoors.
The crafter is also open to custom details, and a wood glitter magnet is available if your heart desires a hint of bling.
Distressed Rose Gold Painted Bottle Centerpieces
We adore clear vintage wine bottles, shaded or frosted bottles, and blinged-out glitter bottles that make gorgeous statement vases as wedding centerpieces. Now, let’s take our love of bottle centerpieces up another notch!
The multiple layers of paint on this duo of wine bottles create a “mercury-glass style” effect. It’s simply spellbinding to look at the blackened, coppery, and distressed rose gold shimmers on these rustic centerpiece works of art.
Just imagine these bottle vases glowing under the soft lights of your reception like they’re taking on a life of their own. This style of craftsmanship is Western-chic industrial detailing at its absolute finest!
Gardenia Metal Flowers Are Rustic and Industrial
Industrial elements are typically steel, but there’s nothing typical about handmade steel gardenias on 12-inch tall, heavy wire stems.
Each piece gets individually cut and hammered with a clear coat to show its beautifully unfinished appearance. If you’d prefer a more rustic vibe, choose the rusty-colored versions, and there are other, brighter colors available too.