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DIY Wedding Centrepieces

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Nothing ensures a successful wedding reception like a beautifully decorated centrepiece. Without an amazing centrepiece your reception venue will not look the same; they add a final touch of elegance and class to your table. You should be aware though that wedding centrepieces can cost an arm and a leg, so it makes sense for you to consider making them yourself.

Mason Jars

You wouldn’t think it at first, but Mason jars are not only good for storing jam but also make for beautiful wedding centrepieces. These jars are easy to come by and can add a very interesting aspect to your wedding. You could place a single Mason jar on each table on top of a round mirror and add a small floral bouquet in the jars. Finally you should scatter a few petals and/or candles around them. This is a simple and inexpensive centrepiece that will still make your wedding look amazing. If you want to be more creative you can get Mason jars in various sizes and wrap the outside of them with a ribbon. You can also fill the jars with water and pebbles.

Beach Centrepieces

Beach inspired weddings are the perfect opportunity for brides to use DIY centrepieces. You can fill various sized vases with sea sand and shells, and it won’t cost you thousands. Another idea you can try is to fill small buckets with sand and place a candle in the centre. Put sea shells or flower petals around the candle for a romantic effect. Choose pale coloured buckets, which can be hand painted or decorated with ribbon.

Candles Inspiration

Nothing is more romantic than candles. You can make an entire centrepiece with candles alone, saving yourself a lot of money. Take a round mirror and place it in the centre of the table. Next put candles of various sizes and heights together on the mirror. Decorate the candles with pretty ribbons that are the same colour of your wedding theme. Floating candles are also popular for wedding centrepieces. Fill a heat resistant bowl with water and place floating tea light candles in the bowl. If you want to go a step further you can place coloured stones in the water before adding the candles. To add creative flare to your centrepiece you can change the colour of the water to match the theme colour of your wedding. Just add some food colouring and watch the water change.

Wicker baskets

Wicker baskets are not only great for picnics but they are also good for wedding centrepieces. You can either use small or large wicker baskets for your centrepieces. Decorate the baskets with ribbon and add wildflowers or sunflowers. You can either place the ribbon around the basket or on the handles if you choose ones that have them. You could also make a fruit inspired basket that can double up as a wedding favour. Fill the basket with various fruits like apples, pineapples and watermelons, and add a bottle of non-alcoholic wine in each one.

Picture Frames

Inexpensive picture frames are perfect for vintage inspired or old Hollywood style weddings. You can place various pictures of the bride and groom together in each frame. Silver frames are usually best but you can choose any you like. Instead of colourful pictures choose sepia or black and white ones for a more elegant touch. Place a tall vase with a single rose behind the frame. You can also place tea light candles around the centrepiece if you are worried about it looking too small.

Flower pots

Hand painted flowerpots look wonderful as a centrepiece. Fill them with potpourri and place a pillar candle in the centre. If you don’t like the idea of potpourri you can use colourful flowers instead. DIY wedding centrepieces are the perfect way to save money on your wedding. They can be elegant, unique or fun. It doesn’t matter what you choose as a DIY centrepiece as long it looks beautiful, and then guests will appreciate it and walk away with a unique gift made by the bride herself.
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