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Elegant and Inexpensive Wedding Centerpiece

by Laura C. Powell
(Southaven, MS)

Lighted wedding centerpiece

Lighted wedding centerpiece

For my daughter's April 10th wedding, I created 6 of these centerpieces. We purchased 24 in. glass cylinders. In the bottom, we put clear rocks and lightbulbs that turn on when you twist them. They burn for SEVERAL hours. The arrangement consists of a cluster of silk wisteria. In between each wisteria, we stuck in small picks of silk baby's breath. Next we put in a pearl stem with many strands that fanned out. The top of the arrangement is an ivory silk rose bouquet. Then we finished it by placing a few more of the the automatic light bulbs in the rose bouquet. Before we put the arrangement in the cylinder, we wrapped ivory toile around the stems which gave it a "smoky" effect.

The overall effect was soft and elegant.

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Oct 30, 2015
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A person should be creative and should create such type of things that are inexpensive and that shows the creativity of the person. Same is in this article in which the person taught that how we can made the inexpensive lighted wedding piece.

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