It’s Wednesday! Half way through the work week; half point to the weekend!
Today I want to share our centerpieces.
From the very beginning I knew I wanted to use Christmas wreaths in the centerpieces.
I had grand ideas of doing it all myself.
I was a little over zealous with the projects.
I am so glad that my BFOTB, Frank, talked me out of trying to completely DIY the centerpieces. But I’m glad I still got to make some of it!
After meeting with my florist & planning out the centerpieces (I’d do the jars, she’d do the wreaths & the set up), I bought some 64oz mason jars & came up with the plan.
I used the same sheet music paper from other wedding crafts & some lacy red ribbon for the jars. Beth came over one day & helped me assemble them, plus a few extra for reception decorations!
I wanted the mason jars to also be the table numbers, so I used some stickers!
I personally prefer smaller/shorter centerpieces to the taller ones. I loved how these centerpieces were functional, beautiful, & simple.
I’m really happy with the way these turned out. They were relatively inexpensive & didn’t cause me too much grief! I can honestly say that I didn’t even notice them the day of the wedding, but I know my guests liked them! At the end of the reception, guests took them home. One of my aunts had a Christmas party & used a few of the wreaths as decorations!
Enjoy the rest of the week!