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Toss some sequins into the water

DIY sequin flower vase :) All you have to do to is sprinkle some sequins into the bottom of the vase before you fill it with water. And after you arrange the flowers, the stems will disperse the sequins to give your vase just the right amount of glitz

A nice use of red graniums: a mason jar, some burlap and a pretty ribbon make a stunning centerpiece.

burlap and gingham mason jars filled with red geraniums. Minus the burlap, use aqua ribbon or jars


20g to Make Up 2 Litres Clear Water Crystal Beads Gel Balls Flower Vase Fillers

I like this centerpiece idea! You could have each level be slightly different--pearls/rhinestones, flowers, candles, etc. DIY Wedding Centerpieces like this one are perfect for an outdoor wedding.

Wedding reception

Pink-tinted water with jewels and orchids with a floating candle! The different sizes help to add a bit of flare! So cute and pretty for DIY centerpiece ideas!

Very creative!  Vidro, velas e laço lilás

Change the candle color(s) for the holiday.all red candles for Valentine's Day.orange and black candles for Halloween with printed ribbon.on and on

I still love these. Jello centerpieces, I just don't have the room to keep them all cold. :(

Jello in a vase and drop flowers in it. Use half the water that jello recipe calls for for more vibrant color. you could use lots of different colors, use lots of stuff to toss in there and use them as centerpieces for any party!

Big glass jar with paper/silk or dried roses

Dried roses in a jar. When the roses start blooming I'm totally going to pick some and do this for my room. Dried roses smell lovely as well!

Just drill a hole. In the middle put a plastic bag of water with the flowers in them. Melissa this would be awesome at your wedding ;)

Rock Lake Ranch Wedding by Half Orange Photography

Just drill a hole. In the middle put a plastic bag of water with the flowers in them! Pretty centerpiece Potentially interested in these if we do the wooden rounds. Would it be possible to make these and alternate with the glass vases?

Simple and low on the table.

Black and White Candle Wedding Centerpieces, simply filled with beads. Would also look great filled with rhinestones or pearls