DIY Wedding CenterpiecesMarch 2, 2012 | Categories Centerpieces + Reception + Wedding Decor + Wedding Flowers
DIY Wedding Centerpieces
Some of the prettiest and easiest wedding centerpiece ideas are right underneath our noses–we just need to look around and perhaps think outside the box a little. If you love the idea of floral centerpieces but need to stretch your wedding budget, check out these simple, inexpensive DIY wedding centerpiece ideas.
Vintage serving pieces & household containers
This is where thinking out of the box comes in handy–especially if you are having a rustic, country, backyard or otherwise vintage-inspired wedding. Match the piece with the flower type and incorporate the beauty of another era onto your tables. Browse thrift stores for inspiration and unique containers.
A monochromatic look
Pairing white on white looks fabulous, pristine and elegant.
Succulents in vintage ice cream dishes
These common succulents are easy to grow, easy to find and would make unique favors too.
Single flowers in clear decanters
What is more darling than the soft look of single stem flowers? Imagine the light streaming through the clear glass–simple beauty that is part whimsy, part casual but fully pretty! You could have all the same vases or decanters or for an eclectic look–a variety of different shapes and sizes.
White daisies & cobalt blue
A striking contrast with a clean, crisp look–white daisies in a sea of cobalt blue. Anyone thinking nautical?
Painted tin containers
Save your soup cans and save big on your centerpieces. All you need to do is paint these tin cans in your wedding colors. Easy-peasy. Small bunches of flowers and herbs will bring a casual, colorful, and aromatic appeal to your outdoor tables.
Flowers in Egg Cups
Need a sweet wedding favor idea to go along with your brunch or morning wedding? Fill your egg cups with large single flower heads or bunches of little lowers. Delicate and pretty, and easy on your budget.
What do you think? Which DIY wedding centerpiece idea would you go for?
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