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
Photo by Mark Lohman / The Nest
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.
Floating flowers add a pop of color and romance to a table but are low-lying, so guests can talk to each other across the table while dining. These daisies occupy chic, stemless martini glasses
No time to run to the flower market? No problem. Group a collection of candlesticks in varying heights for an architectural centerpiece. Here, various colors up the wow factor.
Hint: All it takes is a few cans of spray paint.
placed a single pumpkin in the center of your table for a quick and easy centerpiece idea for fall.