Post # 1
I am wanting to do two different centerpieces, I do not want all of my tables to have the same thing. One that I am using that pictures of my fiance’ and myself. (I will attach a photo so you can see what it looks like.)
I am having trouble finding another one that I really like. I would love to see what all you bee’s have.
Post # 3
Are those rose petals? Maybe you could do a flower centerpiece on the other tables. Kinda split them half and half?
Post # 4
I really like that idea for centerpieces!
Our centerpieces were made of mis-matched jars decorated with twine and filled with paper flowers.
Post # 5
I’m trying to duplicate this, but with one big, tall vase of flowers rather than 3 short ones:
Post # 6
@DeathByDesign: love all the colors! Makes it look so festive and happy 🙂
@ana77: ooo this is beautiful!
Post # 7
These were the DIY centerpieces my BM’s & I did the night before my wedding!
Post # 9
These are all so pretty. Keep them coming please.
Post # 10
@ana77: ah, I used this as inspiration! Love that shot.
Post # 11
Other tables used my bridesmaid’s bouquets, which are pictured below.
Post # 12
I don’t have a picture of mine quite yet – but we are doing treat towers….I got from Walmart a two tiered serving tray, on the bottom we are filling it with cheesecake bites and cream puffs. The top tier will have an 8″ sidney vase, with floating candle…the base of the vase will have chocolate covered strawberries surrounding it This will eliminate the need for a “dessert table” and no flowers that will wilt away. Waiting for the vases to arrive in the mail and will post a picture as soon as I get them. So excited!
Post # 13
I don’t have my pro pics back yet but FSIL took this one…
Post # 15
We did alternating floral and non-floral with a twist.
The kids table had a mini candy buffet in lieu of a traditional centerpiece. Kids could care less about a floral arrangement or candles. Actually, their table was by far the favorite of all the guests. I’m pretty sure every adult made atleast one visit there throughout the night…
Our non-floral centerpieces were a mix of various glassware that my mom and I collected from garage sales with candles and fake berry thingamajigs…
And florals were fall themed arrangements in white craft pumpkins. See those fiddleheads sticking out (the brown/gold swirly things), I made those out of clay since our florist ended up not getting any real ones in.
I loved having different centerpieces. I felt like it gave the room a little more personality than having everything look the same. We got lots of compliments!
Post # 16
Mine were cotton, balsa wood and dried pods in various vases gathered from thrift stores around town.