Post # 1
Has anyone else on here done this? I’ve attached a mock up of one we made, the rest of the glasses won’t be the exact same since I’m going for more of an eclectic look. We can’t have candles but I’m thinking about putting the LED tealights around it?? The floralytes inside the terrarium made it look a little too Tinkerbell-y.
Post # 3
Thats ADORABLE. I really like it. I’ve never seen anything quite like it.
Post # 4
That is so awesome! I LOVE it!!!!
Post # 5
Love it! We considered doing it for our centerpieces but we ended up not having the time. I do however have a bunch in my house. 2 things to consider. First, you might want to make sure they are fairly dry the day of your wedding because when you put the lid on the sides will steam up within 20 minutes if the soil is super wet. Second, make sure you don’t plant them too early. Some of my terreriums out grew their original containers with in a month! In case you are looking for all different sizes of apothacary jars for them TJ Maxx and Marshalls have tons of them for around $10. Good luck and I would love to see the final product!
Post # 6
Thanks for the advice! I hadn’t thought about the steam. We only made one to check how it looked, we’re not ordering plants or anything until the week before the wedding. I’m hoping to keep it under $75 for 15 centerpieces- so far we’ve found all our jars for $1 or less at thrift stores, but will probably buy a few nicer ones for the head table so cross my fingers we’ll make it!
Post # 7
- Wedding: July 2010 - Anela Garden Chapel & Japanese Cultural Center, Honolulu
Those are gorgeous, so whimsical! I love it!
Post # 8
We had these for my wedding! Mine looked very similar to yours. They were lovely. I second the comment about the steaming – mine suffered from this too. Sorry I don’t have any photos b/c my photographer does not allow me to post his photos online 🙁
Post # 10
Fingers crossed, they’re planted tonight, will be watered on Tuesday.. hoping for no steam come Saturday!!
Post # 11
very nice, and very unique