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How to Create A DIY Wedding Centerpiece

Author Zizzur Staff. Published on July 22, 2011 - 8:26 am (468 views — 367 words)

DIY wedding centerpiece is an option for soon to be wed couples that are on a limited wedding budget. The overall theme of the wedding is witnessed at the wedding centerpiece, so it is crucial to create a great looking centerpiece. The couple can create a wedding piece that is either fun and quirky or sophisticated and elegant that would create the feel of the wedding reception.

A typical DIY wedding centerpiece for most weddings is flower arrangements. A table decoration that involves arranging flowers is not costly and would bring about many varieties. Using different elements like vases and ornaments could be added to the flowers to create a sophisticated and unique wedding centerpiece. Flower arrangements as wedding centerpiece brings a natural mood to the wedding reception as well as add a splash of color. Your nearby flower shop and acquaintances that are knowledgeable in table decorating can help in creating a great wedding centerpiece.

Using candles in a DIY wedding centerpiece could add a different mood to the wedding reception. Different types of glass vases and cylinders could be used to hold the candles as well as putting water for it to float. Flowers and different stones can be added to the vases to create a more unique candle centerpiece.

Another advantage of a DIY wedding centerpiece is that it can be made in many ways and choose the best one that would complement the wedding theme. Techniques on DIY wedding centerpiece can be found on bridal books and magazines as well as websites from the internet. A beautiful centerpiece doesn't need to be expensive and could be done with the assistance of family and friends.

In addition, the holistic those of the wedding should be at par with the wedding centerpiece. Wedding receptions that are done on a sunny day outdoors should not use candles and other similar products for it would not look great on the tables. The place of the wedding as well as the weather could play an important role in creating a wedding centerpiece. An example would be choosing white colored flowers on crystal ornaments or glass cylinders filled with winter related knick knacks for a winter theme wedding reception.