A centerpiece can be part of your permanent decor, a seasonal refresher or something special for a dinner or holiday party. Here’s how to make it beautiful without spending a ton of time or money.
Instead of buying a new vase to make a centerpiece, simply save jars and repurpose as vases for your next dinner party. Blogger Jenny Steffens used white hydrangea to make this chic centerpiece.
Fruit and Flowers
Snip some fresh flowers from your garden and group them with fruits in matching or complementary hues for a simple, organic display. Here, green and blue hydrangeas are cut short and used with green apples.
Sculptural bud vases, like these metallic beauties, make affordable centerpieces — all you need is one flower stem per vase! Here are a few other flower-arranging rules you should know.
Candles make great year-round centerpieces. Choose an interesting design that matches your dining room’s decor. We love these sparkly votives from Z Gallerie displayed in a simple row across the table.
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