Post # 1
here’s an option i’ve experimented for my brother’s upcoming reception. we have 40 tables of 10 to DIY centerpieces for, so any thoughts on how to spiffy/fill out this idea would greatly help!
my concern is that this arrangement will get lost on a big table. thoughts?
Post # 3
It looks like there are pearls at the bottom? Maybe put some of those around the table?
Also, a great way to add space on the table is to use a 12×12 scrapbook page and put the centerpiece on that.
Don’t forget about votive candles as well!
Post # 4
also a nice texture on the table as an overlay will add the busy look. we used lace, and had tiny centerpieces!
Post # 6
how about submerging the flowers and putting floating candles on top… then put down a glass mirror… the reflection of that and the votives may make it look larger. OOOrrrrrr you could use some ting or willow branches to make it taller…. and arrange the flowers around the opening of the top 🙂
Post # 7
I would leave the stems longer so there’s no gap between the pearls and flowers. And maybe you can do a variation of what @stephanie63087 suggested with some flowers submerged and others like you have it?
Post # 8
how bout putting a light in the bottom and covering it with clear rocks and more pearls…then scatter some pearls/stones around the table
crystal fiber would look nice too
get this kind of effect-
Post # 9
ooh all very cool ideas! will work on them! thanks!