Centerpiece or centrepiece, however you choose to spell it, we can all agree that clever centrepieces are KEY when creating swanky table settings for your big day. From simple flowers to OTT awesomeness, styling your wedding is a great way to express your personality (and your other half’s too… or not haha), and with a little inspiration and some step by step instructions, it is surprising what you can whip up during a crafternoon! Enjoy xox
In case you missed this fancy pants idea when I posted it on Facebook, these DIY concrete centrepieces created by Katie Pritchard over at Green Wedding Shoes are pretty damn amazing and then you could gift or keep them after the festivities are over. Learn how to make them HERE.
This easy to follow tutorial by local blog Blackbird would be an incredibly affordable way to create driftwood table centrepieces and outdoor lighting for your big day. In fact I am so in love with this idea (and have been hoarding driftwood for a while now) I am planning to make one for my dining table this weekend! Learn how to make it HERE.
These Fabric Covered Spring Vases by Liz of Love Grows Wild for I Heart Naptime are the bees knees! So bright and beautiful these would look spectacular on your wedding tables, and with only single flower needed for each this idea could save you mega amounts of mulah (although they would also look sweet on shorter larger vases with a bigger bunch just to confuse you!) Learn how to make them HERE.
You don’t have to spend a fortune on flowers or vases with this DIY idea! Amber from Amber Lay Events has created these beautiful rustic centrepieces over on Hostess With The Mostess using recycled plastic containers and tree bark, and twine. Learn how to make them HERE.
This DIY Rose branch candleabra discovered on A Subtle Revelry is out of this world and if you have a longer attention span and more patience with a glue gun than I do (pretty much everyone!) then why not give this a go. If I saw these at a wedding I would have heart palpitations for sure. Learn how to make it HERE. Project design by Brittany Watson Jepsen and photography by Hilda Grahnat
Happy crafting beautiful people xox