Creative Vase / February 6, 2019 / Giselle French.
Whichever part of the house you wish to display these vases, they can surely make a good fit. It is up to you for whatever kind of glass vase you choose to shop for. It does not necessarily have to be always clear when it also comes in a variety of glass colors.
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.
3. Place the lights in the vase with the decorative items that you chose to put. You can have shells, rocks, buttons, sequins or anything that can stand the heat of the lights. You can also choose to put wine corks to make your lamp innovative and environment-friendly.
When choosing a vase to use as centerpiece, consider three basic factors; size, shape, and color. Along with these three, consider as well the type of vase you are using whether it is made of wood, glass, metal, or ceramic. You will also need to put the overall theme of your house or room in mind when doing so. This will ensure that the vase of your choice will blend well with its environment.
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