Post # 1
Hi!I just saw this centerpiece picture on the Knot and I love it! Does anyone know where I could find this type of hanging tea light holder? I like it b/c I think we’re going to use battery-operated tealights and it seems like the opaque part in the middle will be good to hide the tea light, but also allow the light to shine through.
I also love the grass at the bottom.. it looks so natural and wild… anyone have any other pictures of centerpieces with grass like this? Or ideas of how to make something like this?
We were thinking of doing manzanita branches so it would be good if the grass could kind of cover the base where the branch is held….
Lots of random questions I know… 🙂
Post # 3
I love this its beautiful! I dont know where you could find any of it but you could always take a picture to your florist and see if they have any ideas.
Post # 4
You could always line the inside of a votive/tealight holder with vellum paper to hide the fake candle! You could even do it in colors, that type of paper comes in a wide variety! It would be a cheap and easy DIY :).
Post # 5
I don’t think those are hanging candleholders, I think those are the light fixtures in the venue. The reason I say this is because my FI and I were just at Home Depot looking at lights like that for our kitchen. Maybe you can find a cylindrical candle holder and put some vellum inside, it should be safe as long as you are using battery candles.
Post # 6
They look like double shot glasses! But I highly doubt that’s what they are.
What about these? You could frost the outside yourself:
I think these are the same:
Post # 7
Thanks guys for all the tips!!! I think I’ll try the vellum.
@jordynrose – I think you’re right… looking again it looks like those might be light fixtures. Good eye!