Creative Vase / January 29, 2019 / Yareli Hardy.
You can also add an accent to your vase decor by placing another vase beside it. This time, instead of putting flowers inside the second vase, fill it with other decorative pieces such as dried leaves, ferns, old coins, colorful buttons, seashells, small rocks, colorful stones, marbles, and other small items that will definitely look good and artsy inside a transparent vase.
The popularity of long rectangular reception tables has made it possible to try out some clever new centerpiece designs. A very stylish look is a centerpiece which is based on moss displayed directly on the table surface without a vessel. Arrange the moss in a long naturally shaped form down the center of the dinner table. Decorate it with clusters of fresh flowers and other natural elements like herbs or ferns. It would be particularly stunning for a forest theme wedding with the bride wearing an artfully shredded tulle gown and handmade wedding jewelry, whether the reception site is indoors or actually in a forest clearing.
You can also make your wedding centerpieces more creative with an interesting use of color. The color can be entirely within the flowers, or it can be in how you pair the blossoms with the vessel. Since white and pink flowers are the most traditional, any time you go with something different, your centerpieces will appear to be more unique. Consider slightly offbeat color combination's, such as bright lime green mum with orange daisies or Terra cottar roses set in cobalt blue vases. Whatever hues you select can serve as the inspiration for the rest of the reception decorations.
Tip number one is to think outside the vase. The vast majority of wedding centerpieces are arranged in simple clear glass vases, so if you want to set your designs apart, the first step is to ditch the vases. What else can you use to hold your flowers? Almost anything! Flowers can go in birdcages or terrariums, wooden boxes, vintage tea tins, pitchers, tea cups, or watering cans. A big trend these days is to create centerpieces that do not use a vessel at all. Arrange the flowers in moss or floral oasis foam set directly on the table top or hang blossoms above the tables on clear string. The effect will be unique and eye-catching.
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