Creative Vase / January 16, 2019 / Yareli Hardy.
Whenever you start looking for crafts to do with either your kids or a group of kids, there are several things that you have to take into consideration. One is the age group and the number of kids versus the difficulty of the project. Another is whether the materials for the project can be attained at a reasonable price. Making a sand vase is a project that is cheap, easy to do, and something that can give creative freedom to all the kids that are involved.
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.
Who says a centerpiece needs a vase? The latest trend in wedding centerpieces is flowers and other natural elements creatively displayed without their stems in water. From earthy to contemporary to beach, these are some great ideas for no-vase centerpieces.
Not all vases can be filled with the same exact type of flower. Let the size of the vase give you an idea what flower will look best in it. For vases with large openings and narrow bases, the perfect flower choice would be those with large petals such as dahlias and lilies. On the other hand, single-stemmed flower such as roses and sunflowers will go well with narrow vases.
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