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Table Centerpieces - Cheap, Chic and Easy

Here are some easy to make table centerpieces that won't break the bank.

How simple yet striking is this for a table?

A bit more complicated but beautiful and still managable. We have tons of shells collected from beach vacations. See if you can collect them from or with family and friends for an added bonus.

Glass footed bowels filled with nothing but babys breath. If some states this stuff grows wild and F-R-E-E along the road. 

That's fresh sod cut into a circle and banded with a ribbon. Add place cards and a small bouquet in the center. Be super creative and consider more natural elements like driftwood or stones with special sayings in the middle.

A living centerpiece includes sweet hyacinth, pink and yellow primola in a metal basket lined with green moss. Consider pansies too. Home Depot, Lowes and Walmart are excellent sources for these great flowers. Guests can take them home afterward to be planted in their gardens!

Glass containers of varying heights filled with black rocks and single blooms and stems. See how full the table looks but how few flowers you actually used. 

Lots of tea light candles and low slung bowls filled with water and floating candles and single blooms. Tea lights and holders can be bought extremely inexpensively. For added drama place the footed bowls on wooden blocks you paint yourself to match your decor or old books for a funkier vibe.

Simple clear vase filled with roses, curly willow and ivy place on a led light base. Stunning.

1 comment:

mackyton said...

Wow! Those centerpieces are looking stunning. I am truly inspired that you celebrated your event in such a fabulous way with really wonderful decorations. Now I also want to celebrate my anniversary in same way. I wonder if you can recommend me some inexpensive wedding venues NYC!