Creative Vase / February 14, 2019 / Saylor Vincent
Fish in a Bowl - This is a very inexpensive centerpiece. Find a bowl, vase or other glass container in your home. Purchase a small fish from your local fish store. Speckled goldfish and fighting fish are both inexpensive and pretty and would make an excellent choice. Fill your vase or bowl with water and place the fish within it. Now you have a beautiful centerpiece and a pet. Add a colorful ribbon to your vase for an extra touch and to color coordinate if desired.
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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