More ideas from Margarita
Old perfume bottles as vases

so pretty., fresh flowers from the garden put in glass bottles and placed on silver tray makes great center piece for your table. I do love fresh flowers. If only I had a green thumb, I could have fresh flowers alll the time.

The perfect table centre for a  whimsical afternoon

The perfect table centre for a whimsical afternoon tea party wedding

Succulents ~ CP with candle holders and succulents contained in an old wooden box.

4 Candle Centerpiece Planter Display Tray Illuminate your dinning table while displaying your succulents. Handmade from recycled pine, this versatile piece serves as a candle holder and planter. Fill it with rocks, moss, plants, wine corks and more.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Black and white fall coffee table decor

absolutely love lemons/yellow/mason jars/this fun way to add color to center pieces! So pretty and creative.

Lemon & flower centerpieces could also do limes and oranges and grapefruit

» 10 Things I Love About September

For a tabletop focal point, nothing draws attention like our arrangement of faux dahlias, complete with a glass vase filled with pinecones. From top to bottom, it tells a story of color, texture and style. Handcrafted exclusively for Pier you.

Floating Centerpieces on Centerpieces/Wedding Flowers/Centerpieces

This would be so simple and elegant for a winter wedding tablescape / centerpieces.Create a simple centerpiece with holly in little vases. Fill with water and then add a tealight. (One of 8 diy candle projects)


kids birthday food fun kids food lunch box ideas for kids piggy burgers

Owl birthday party ideas

If your on the look for some cute owl party ideas, here's a great option to consider. Why not serve up some owl sandwiches--they're sure to bring your table to life!

50+ Kids Food Art Lunches - Butterfly Carrot Sandwich

sweet and lovely crafts: fun Easter lunches: part 2