To continue yesterday's theme, I want to feature some centerpieces with unusual vases.
I love the colors of this first, but I also like the low, dark container. It doesn't look heavy or overdone.[Source]
Love. Love. LOVE this one! I love the contrast of the red pail with the white dahlias. And the lanterns add a sense of playfulness.[Source]
This is from Our Labor of Love, but I really love the contrasting textures between the flowers, fillers, and galvanized pail.[Source]
This is a simple way to dress up galvanized pails, get decorative paper and just wrap it around the pail. You could make each table a different theme, with different beautiful paper.[Source]
Another example of dressing up a galvanized pail. I love the contrast here too between the poppies and the white lace.[Source]
Mrs. Cookie from Weddingbee's centerpieces. I love the colors with the wood boxes!![Source]
F actually really loved this one, he loved the idea of growing our own centerpieces. I also think you could jazz up those galvanized pails to fit any theme.[Source]
I beg of you to go check out Hoot and Hearts galleries, they are SO mind-blowingly beautiful. Everytime I go I get new inspiration and am blown away with their creativity[Source]
Lots of different vases along the table, many of which look like dressed up tin cans. Easy peesy lemon squeezy[Source]
All around simple. A few of one type of flower, in a plain wooden box.Unfortunately I have searched and can't find the source for this...
I absolutely love this! Collect vintage tin cans, it brings extra color to the table.[Source]
Another example of vintage tin cans. Love it.[Source]
Watering cans add a sense of vintage garden party.[Source]
Pretty paper makes me smile.[Source]
Use a planted centerpieces. Pots could be painted to match colors, and centerpieces could be given away as gifts and they would actually last![Source]
Happy almost friday!!