A Las Vegas wedding might be out of the budget, but with these Vegas weddings centerpiece ideas, you can bring a bit of the glitz and glamour to your nuptials, no matter where you say the vows.
Mini Slot Machines as Wedding Centerpieces
These cute little gumball machines are for sale from the Next Level Baby Boutique. At $3.50 for a five inch tall gumball dispenser, they add a bit of Vegas’ look and feel to the table. Place them on mirror tiles, add confetti, chocolate money and perhaps also a few playing cards. These are best displayed on white, pink or red tablecloths.
The Online Science Mall provides the would-be Las Vegas wedding party with all the dice they need. Once again a mirror tile is the staple for the display. For these wedding centerpieces you begin with a revolving photo cube for $30. (Granted, these wedding centerpieces are not cheap but for a small event they are stylish and perfect.)
Insert six photos of the happy couple and surround the cube with common game dice. This vendor offers 100 of them for $20. With the cube being at the heart of the centerpiece, for wedding guests expecting a Vegas theme the smaller dice play nicely off the shape.
Custom Playing Cards
Vegas weddings should feature some playing cards. While you could visit the dollar store for inexpensive decks, you could also visit the Custom Playing Cards site that affords the couple an opportunity to sneak some photos into the decks. Fan them out on the tables or make a long line – much like a table runner – down the middle of an elongated banquet table. Add chocolate money and some dice to complete the display.
Elvis Presley Wedding Centerpieces
Have you talked the minister into wearing a wig? Are you going to great lengths to have a Las Vegas wedding complete with Elvis impersonator and cover band? Add an Elvis-themed Vegas centerpiece. For wedding parties with a mid-sized budget, the cost of $25 for a six-inch tall Elvis Presley figurine in the traditional Vegas outfit – from the CMD Store — is not too much. Add dice, playing cards and confetti to a mirror tile with the item in the middle.
DIY All the Way
Visit the dollar store for some tall glass jars and pillar candles. Place the candles inside the jars and put game dice inside the jars as well. Place the jars onto mirror tiles and fan out decks of playing cards. Each display will likely cost about $3 to $5 to put together.