Create an inexpensive and easy centerpiece using food coloring and simple white flowers in bud vases. I like the idea of the colored water with maybe white roses and the colors of the water would be the colors of the wedding
Floral Arrangement--Hyacinths, usually available at floral shops in December, offer a break from traditional poinsettias. Display a single hyacinth in a glass cylinder thats slightly taller than the bloom. Stabilize the stem in glass marbles.
Outdoor lighting idea from Martha Stewart -gather clear apothecary bottles and fill them with lamp oil and wicks. Arrange the bottles under a large glass hurricane jar for protection and place on a sturdy glass cake stand.
"This small crystal tree doubles as a wedding centerpiece & a table number stand." I'd put some of these around my house (minus the number) made with small branch pieces found in the yard and a string of beads.