Post # 1
Can I get an opinion on these centerpieces from you ladies? This is obviously a mock up, so the mason jars will be painted better (but still have a distressed look), the flowers will be white carnations, but will be cut to the correct size, and the tealight holders will actually have candles in them. Haven’t decided on linens yet, so just went with the bare table.
We are probably going to place another small plant on the empty wood circle, just to complete the look (possibly a small succulent, or a small bromeliad)
The frame will have the table number inside of it as well.
Post # 3
So cute! I really like this!
Post # 4
Personally, I love this. I love the colors and how bold everything is. I think if the jar and frame were plain, it wouldn’t really work but this looks fabulous. The only thing I would recommend is to have more flowers, if you can swing it. Preferably to cover the edge of the jar.
Post # 5
Once the carnations are te right length, I think that will be a gorgeous centerpiece!
Post # 6
I like the contrast of bold colors, they look great. The only thing I might change is using colored tealight holders, the clear ones seem a little out of place with the other stuff
Post # 7
Thanks ladies! we are trying to stay on budget by doing our own centerpieces and flowers, and I was kinda worried that the centerpieces would look too much like a craft project. You have helped set my mind at ease!
@lollygagon: Great idea about the tealight holders…do you know of a place to get the small ones in colors? I have only seen the clear glass at the few places I have looked.
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Post # 10
@sjm15: I love the bold colors! Though I would prefer the mason jars without the distressing, as a textural match to the frames.
Post # 11
You could also use colored votives/tealights instead of colored glass for the candle holders.