When it comes to offbeat centerpiece ideas, there’s nothing more classic than reused bottles. It’s a win-win: drink a lot of wine (or sparkly dry beverages in those cool flip-tip bottles!), fill ’em with pretty trinkets, candles, etc., and your centerpieces are made. But we’re loving the idea of doing double duty with wine bottle table numbers. You can totally DIY these, too, if you collect your own bottles and customize some vinyl decals.
If you’re not that chill with DIY, this ultra easy DIY menu candles project could be the one task you feel comfortable undertaking in your DIY wedding efforts. It takes about 20 minutes total and is pretty inexpensive, even if you need a ton of them. Here’s what you’ll need to create these DIY menu candles for your reception tables…
We can’t stop admiring this colorful ombre painted pumpkin centerpiece we found at Oh Happy Day. It could be an offbeat fall centerpiece or a perfectly whimsical spring or summer centerpiece. That’s what’s awesome about these particular color choices.
This is Halloween, ya’ll, so we went on the hunt for the weirdest, most awesome, most unexpected, and coolest Halloween wedding items we could find on the interwebs. We’ve got weird hats, pumpkin teeth for all those carved pumpkins, skeleton body suits, black diamond fang rings, Halloween movie items, Halloween favor ideas… it’s wild up in here.
If you’re stocking up for your Halloween wedding next year or just need some killer decor for your house, this list will be your jam. Let’s go shopping, witches.
We’ve already tested out DIYing your own felt succulents for a felt flower bouquet or centerpiece and it checked out as easy-peasy. But if you’re already overloaded with craft projects, down to the wire, or just plain suck at DIY, this felt succulents kit will make a DIY fabric flower bouquet dead easy. The kit comes with everything you need to make 18 succulent plants, including some seriously styling ombre leaves.
We spied these ceramic flowers for bouquets or centerpieces over on Etsy and can’t wait to see ceramic flower bouquets become a thing. We’ve already seen felt flowers (tutorial here!), paper flowers, crystal flowers, brooch bouquets, even pot bouquets, but as of yet, not that many sculpted beauties have crossed our path.
What say you: are you down for a vintage-style multicolored ceramic flower bouquet or are you sticking with the classics? Share your bouquet (or non bouquet!) plans in the comments!