Centerpiece

posted 10 months ago in Decor
Post # 3
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322 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2019

I’ve always loved Manzanita branches (or really any similar long thin branches), and you can do a lot with them. I’ve seen them left as they are for a rustic/natural look, I’ve seen them spray painted gold/white/silver/any color, covered in glitter, strung with mini fairy lights, hung with baubles or jewelry (mostly I’ve seen all of this on Pinterest lol, not at many weddings, so it’s not something too “overdone” either). I think buying the plain ones to diy can be pretty affordable, and if you can’t find inexpensive tall cases you can even have them in short glass vases/candle holders filled with stones to hold them in place! I’ll attach a couple of examples.

https://pin.it/pygmqgtaxgqbxx

https://pin.it/4wen7kk2qlmm4i

https://pin.it/47ym6d6pfwqslz

https://pin.it/eqytxvobtho5nd

Post # 4
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517 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2018

It would help if you gave us an idea of the theme of your wedding.  You can get different centerpieces if you’re having a rustic wedding vs more of a black tie style. 

Post # 6
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3118 posts
Sugar bee

I like the lily alone. It’s elegant and needs nothing else.

Rocks and lights and candles sounds too busy, and a nightmare to get right (lights all working, candles all lit).

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