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KT
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Non floral centerpieces

KT, on June 13, 2017 at 2:08 PM

Posted in Do It Yourself 26

I'm in a planning lull right now so I've been trying to think of what to do for centerpieces. I was thinking of trying to find something non floral to do to try and keep costs down and save where I can. If anyone has done or is doing non floral centerpieces I would love to see pics! Also if anyone...

I'm in a planning lull right now so I've been trying to think of what to do for centerpieces. I was thinking of trying to find something non floral to do to try and keep costs down and save where I can. If anyone has done or is doing non floral centerpieces I would love to see pics! Also if anyone has any ideas as well. Thanks !

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  • Monica
    Devoted May 2017
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    We did jars with twigs, water and candles with some river rock laid out.


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  • D
    Just Said Yes March 2019
    Dulce ·
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    I would recommend this as a great idea to anyone. We did a glass vase with 4 hydrangeas from sams $2.50 each and I think the whole thing was. $14 with the glass vase rental. I did this for the engagement ceremony(FH is Vietnamese and it's part of the traditions) (I did go over with decor) but still this is a great centerpiece, economical, super cute and super easy to do.


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  • 2d Bride
    Champion October 2009
    2d Bride ·
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    Here is one of ours.


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  • Courtney
    Devoted June 2018
    Courtney ·
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    This is my inspiration. I've already purchased almost all of the vases!


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  • Jillian
    VIP October 2017
    Jillian ·
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    Our venue has lanterns we can borrow at no cost, so I will be using those with fairy lights and fake fall leaves inside (not sure how that'd help with a May wedding, but I'm in love with it Smiley smile )

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  • Katie
    Devoted November 2017
    Katie ·
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    I don't have pictures, because I haven't officially set this up yet, but I'm doing an 8" round mirror in the center of each table with a dark blue votive candle in a clear holder and two white tealights. It's really simple, but it will look nice and open up and light up the room.

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