10 DIY Wedding Centerpieces

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Thinking of making your own centerpieces for the big day??  Awesome!  There are limitless options when it comes to DIY wedding centerpieces.  You can take it in any direction you'd like. Dress your tables up with something that is just the right fit for your event.To help inspire your project choice, t... read more

Thinking of making your own centerpieces for the big day??  Awesome!  There are limitless options when it comes to DIY wedding centerpieces.  You can take it in any direction you’d like. Dress your tables up with something that is just the right fit for your event.

To help inspire your project choice, today I have 10 fabulous DIY tutorials for centerpieces!  Let’s see if any of these peek your interest…

1. Rustic Centerpiece

10 DIY Centerpieces
Photo Source • Camryn ClairPin it

2. Painted Bottles Centerpiece

Painted Bottle Centerpiece

3. Wire Succulent Terrarium

10 DIY Centerpieces
Photo Source • DIY Show OffPin it

4. Tree Branch Candle Holders (make sure your venue allows open flame candles!)

DIY Candle Centerpieces
Photo Source • Shauna MaillouxPin it

5. Subtle Sparkle Centerpiece

Sparkly Centerpieces

6. Mason Jars & Paper Flowers Centerpiece – you can also find a written tutorial here.

7. Hot Air Balloon Centerpieces (and table numbers)

10 DIY Centerpieces
Photo Source • Camille MalkiewiczPin it

8. Glitter Vases

DIY Glitter Vases
Photo Source • Alice G. PattersonPin it

9. Grapewood & Floral Centerpiece

DIY Centerpiece Ideas

10. Hanging Paper Cone Centerpiece

DIY Wedding Centerpieces
Photo Source • This Heart is MinePin it

 

When it comes to DIY wedding projects, there are three major things to keep in mind…

  1. Are you capable of creating it
  2. Is it time and cost effective
  3. Will you be able to make as many as you need

Number three is very important, especially when choosing a project for your center pieces.  You may have the time or budget to make one or a couple but keep in mind that you’ll need one for every table.  If you’re having a big wedding that could mean that you have to duplicate the project 15, 20 or more times.  Just a little tip to keep in mind!  :)

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