I could smell it’s amazingness before I even unwrapped it! It smells divine!
Good luck 🙂
Last week I pinned a super cute bunch of mini- candle terracotta pots and I thought something like that would be perfect out on our deck! The picture I had in mind, was different sized pots ranging from large to small, and making them into my own citronella candles. So, that’s exactly what I did 🙂
I love lanterns! I have a couple throughout my house as decor, but I also love this idea as a wedding centerpiece with a lit candle as a luminary. This creates such a romantic, warm look! Using a lantern as a table centerpiece gives the table a lot of character, with little effort. Just add a candle, table number and flowers, and you’re set! You may be interested in using this centerpiece idea if your wedding style is: country chic, earthy, eclectic, or old world. Take a look at these beautiful examples I found on my fav, Pinterest!
|Bronze lantern centerpiece|
|Beautiful, contemporary lantern|
|Beautiful ivory lantern with chalkboard table numbers!|
|One of my lanterns with turquoise candle!|
I love this simple yet elegant idea with glass hurricanes, different sized candles and monogrammed ribbon. If your reception site allows the use of real candles, this would be sure way to add detail to any table!
I love this look this centerpiece gives! This is a gilded pitcher… It adds color and design to the table. Lightly spray paint a thin coat of gold over the flowers you chose to use. The flowers used here are roses, dahlias and rose hips.
Flower pumpkins! This is a very simple way to add detail to any centerpiece. Simply buy a pumpkin, a bouquet of flowers, hot glue gun and gourds for decorating. Once home, cute each flower stem directly under the bud and glue onto to the pumpkin. There’s NO cutting involved! This would be a last minute masterpiece : ) Have fun with it, mix and match flowers!!
I will definitely be using this idea with my white pumpkins! Spruce up these unique pumpkins with a touch of silver glitter paint! Add a silver piece to bring out the sparkle. A silver wine cooler is used here.
I found all this wonderful information at : http://www.bhg.com/crafts/weddings/flowers/wedding-centerpiece-ideas/?page=20 Better Homes and Gardens.
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