Post # 1
- Wedding: April 2016 - City, State
I’m at such a loss for centerpieces.. I’ll come up with something I like then decide I don’t like it or can do something better… can you show me pictures of yours to give me some ideas? Thanks! 🙂
Post # 2
I went SUPER simple and made mine, we aren’t really fancy so they aren’t over the top. We’re having a baseball theme so at the base of the centerpiece there will be wood baseball bats with mini babe Ruth candy bars 🙂
Post # 4
It probably depends what you are looking for, mine were DIY and simple. Some people have very nice and much fancier than mine, but I liked ours. Mine are obviously fall themed, but you could do silk petals in your colors, and some other small vase instead. All the flowers are fake, allergies and real flowers don’t agree with me. Here are mine below.
Post # 6
This is a DIY centerpiece that my fiance and I came up with. Cost us $8 total for everything, so much cheaper than having someone else do them 🙂 We’ll be putting beads at the bottom to hide the led light
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Post # 8
uncmagnolia: We had the same Ikea lanterns, how fun to see the same thing used in different ways!
Post # 9
- Wedding: July 2017 - Nashville, TN
I went simple for my fall theme too
Post # 10
I mistankely read red light, instead of led light… And looked and looked at the photo: where’s the red light? I don’t see it!! Oh, the perils of rushing when you read.
Post # 12
We went really simple – all low centerpieces, just varying degrees of how many items were on the table – we did hydrangea and roses, and candles – we wanted a chic, romantic vibe. It looked great (biased opinion!), especially when the lights were dimmed way down and the candles could really shine.
Post # 13
claroquesi: lol its all good
Post # 15
We did tree centerpieces covered with spanish moss, seeded eucalyptus, roses, and other flowers.
Here is one of the mock-ups: