Inexpensive Wedding Centerpieces

Every bride wants to make a wow statement without overwhelming the budget for the reception centerpieces. Making a dramatic statement can easily be accomplished with a little creativity.

My sister is getting married to a wonderful guy this September. Congrats Rachel and Cassidy! We went to an open house with different vendors showcasing their services for weddings at a country club in The Colony, TX. We had a great time meeting people and sampling some cake. There were several different centerpieces offered at the venue as well. The one with the branches, candles, and hanging crystals is my fav. It would be easy to pull off, very inexpensive, and looks chic.

If you live anywhere near trees, you can use branches to add volume to the centerpiece. For a more rustic look, leave the branches as is, or spray paint the branches a copper, silver, or satin black for a more romantic feel. Place tea candles around the branches on a bed of satin material that matches your color scheme. Hang crystal beads from the branches at varying lengths to add interest and sparkle.

Submerging fake flowers in water makes them look like real flowers. Place floating candles around the vase for mood lighting, and you will have an inexpensive centerpiece.

Mix the flowers with branches for height and add volume to the centerpiece at the same time. Mums are less expensive, and cover more area.

Do you have a inexpensive wedding centerpiece idea? I would love to hear from you.


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