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Vintage Bottle Centerpieces

Today, Janie Medley of JM Flora teaches us how to make a flower-filled centerpiece.

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Today, Janie Medley of JM Flora teaches us how to make a flower-filled centerpiece. With vintage vases and colorful blooms, this centerpiece idea is perfect for brightening up your reception tables!

Let's see how she does it!

Photo: Alisandra Photography

Materials:
A collection of vintage vases-A mix of shapes, heights and color, depending on the look you want | Flowers | Scissors



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Step One
As with all flowers, you first want to process them by cutting the stems and removing the leaves from the stems and placing them in clean water.

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Step Two
Begin by putting water in the vessels you have selected. Next, start playing around with the flowers to see which flower looks best in each vessel.

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Step Three
Some vessels, you will only need one stem, depending on the size of the bloom and for other vessels, you can group a few stems of the same flower together.

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Step Four
I used colorful flowers such as, poppies, ranunculus, anemones. I wanted to use bright color blooms with an accent of white flowers. So, for the white, I choose the anemones.

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Step Five
You can place them as groupings on a vintage tray or even display them in a Pepsi crate!

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Step Six
At the end of the night, they can be used as favors for your guests!

Project by Janie Medley of JM Flora

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