Wednesday, August 25, 2010

DIY Centerpieces

One of the biggest things to figure out when planning a wedding or event is what type of centerpiece to do.   The first thing is to really determine your budget per table and then see what you can get that falls in that budget.  There are tons of different things you can really do yourself which saves alot of money.  Check out some of the DIY centerpieces I found online.

Candles on a cupcake stand....Isn't this pretty cute? I've never seen this before but its a creative
way to do a centerpiece!

You can never go wrong with a few nice vases grouped together with flowers in them for a centerpiece.  These vases are from Pottery Barn but of course you can find nice, inexpensive vases anywhere these days!

I've always liked the look of stacked roses! And its soo easy to do.  All you have to do is cut your stems down to about 3 inches and then neatly layer them as pictured.

This is another easy centerpiece arrangement I found. All you need for this one is a pretty vase & pillar candle for center, rose petals, and the smaller vases and candles to go around it.  Personally, I'm not a huge fan of the mirrors alot of people like to use for centerpieces but that's just me :)  They do add a nice reflection though when candles are sitting on them.

Lastly, check out this cute yellow and blue centerpiece designed by Object Splendor.  This can totally be recreated.  All you need are the vases,  flowers, pebbles, and ribbon.  If you notice, they even have a votive candle sitting in the middle of the pebbles.  That's pretty cute!

2 comments:

  1. They are all so beautiful!! I'm gonna try the first one.

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  2. Oooh great..let me know how it turns out! :)

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