(Closed) Centerpieces for my valentines theme. Help! (long post)

posted 6 years ago in Decor
  • poll: Which is your favorite for centerpiece???
    valentines blocks and candles. : (1 votes)
    6 %
    Lace covered candles. : (11 votes)
    61 %
    Sequins and water rose vases and large circle vase with sequins and floating candles. : (6 votes)
    33 %
  • Post # 4
    46374 posts
    Honey Beekeeper
    • Wedding: November 1999

    1. The blocks are very cute but they are only 1.5″ square  so they are a bit small to serve as a centerpiece. They would be cute as the base for a votive candle.

    2. I prefer the look of the lace covered cylinder vases to the lace covered mason jars,

    3. I think this combination would be really pretty. It’s also a bit different from what you commonly see with votive candles surrounding a vase of flowers. I would have 3 of the small vases with flowers surrounding the larger bowl with a candle. Odd numbers are more pleasing to the eye.

    Post # 6
    470 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: October 2012

    i didnt vote because i couldnt vote for two 😉 I think it wouyld be adorable if you used the cupid blocks with the lace candels for light



    Thats adorable its valentines elegant romantic with out going over board with red harts 🙂   the stachue doesnt quite seem right and the sequin rose looks out of place for a wedding 

    Post # 7
    46374 posts
    Honey Beekeeper
    • Wedding: November 1999

    @ErinCC:  I think your idea of using a bowl with floating candles will be terrific.

    You could use sequins or rose petals in the vase with the candles.

    If you used the same color of rose petals as the roses in the small vases, it would link the two parts of the centerpiece together.

    I think your third idea is perfect as it is Valentine’s (what could be more Valentine’s than roses?) without being overtly so.


    Post # 8
    389 posts
    Helper bee

    I love everything and if you mix them in different ways, you can come up with 3 different tablescapes and they will all flow together.  The blocks are lovely without being to “kitchy” and do add rose petals everywhere in pink, red and white if you can’t afford bouquets.  You can also do a single rose in water with the gel beads in inexpensive wine glasses (see below).  Also use scatter gems in pink.  Great ideas!


    Post # 9
    1796 posts
    Buzzing bee

    I like those blocks alot, but as said in PP…too small for centrepeices by themselves. Why not use them for something else, like to decorate the head table, gift table, or surround the card box?

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