Have you heard of the latest trends of images being generated by AI? There are SO many methods popping up every day- I can’t keep track of them all!
Before the holidays, I shared a few videos in a mini series where we designed a full wedding, centerpieces, and more using Stable Diffusion AI. I LOVED seeing all of the unique creations the AI took when designing images based off of text I fed it. As a professional event designer, I love the ability to get some unique inspiration from fun tools like Stable Diffusion. Sure- a lot of it looks crazy or deformed or not rendered fully, but when you get those few gems…well that is worth the time waiting for the images to render!
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, I thought it would be a fun time to try some smaller centerpieces that would look beautiful on a home table, a romantic picnic table, or even as a banquet table centerpiece.
This is the prompt that I gave Stable Diffusion to work with:
And here are a few of my favorite designs from several runs of this prompt:
Besides saying just “valentine’s day centerpiece”, you’ll see in the prompt that I also asked for “designer centerpiece”. Not sure if that was really portrayed, but I think the AI took the “romantic table centerpiece by a florist” better, especially combined with the “architectural digest” prompt and we got some great visuals.
What I wasn’t expecting was the lack of hearts. I thought for sure there would be a ton of heart shaped centerpieces, or sequin heart picks poking out of the arrangements. I suspect that has something to do with the “romantic” prompt mentioned a few times.
Even more curious, all of the arrangements seem to be pink based flowers, as opposed to the traditional red rose centerpieces we typically see for Valentine’s Day. The combination of tone on tone pinks, or the pink, white and red combination are both equally lovely, and refreshing. These centerpieces would be great on a family dinner table, or as arrangements to send to loved ones as a “thinking of you” arrangement. And with roses being the primary flower in all of these arrangements, florists should have no problem replicating any of these romantic Valentine’s Day centerpiece arrangements.
Do any of these flower arrangements catch you eye? Don’t forget to pin your favorites for future reference! With Spring in the not so distant future- many of these centerpieces will look lovely on your Spring table as well.
Don’t forget to check out my series on YouTube to see more AI creations: