(Closed) DIY centerpieces

posted 6 years ago in Decor
Post # 2
163 posts
Blushing bee

I think arrangements look best when elements are staggered at different heights. So stacking the jars or candles on books or a piece of wood, or something so it’s not just flat on the table and make sure the vases and jars aren’t equivalent so it’s visually interesting.

The wood vases are gorgeous!

Post # 3
30398 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

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madscientist:  It’s hard to tell the height of your jar and propsed floral arrangement from your pics. It looks best if they are of different heights, especially if your centerpiece is two elements.

You can elevate the jar on anything that goes with the look you want for your wedding.

At this time of year I would go to the big box hardware store, Ikea or a  garden center and just look around. You might find a small vase, wooden box etc. Remember that things can be used upside down.

Post # 4
378 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

I like the little “window” in the mason jar where you can see the candle.  That’s cute.  I agree you need something under it to give a little height.  Not sure what though.  Maybe take a look at Save on Crafts website, they have different stuff in there. 

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