Natural looking centerpieces do well for use in a rustic wedding. As it turns
out, we (unexpectedly) love these the best. I kept them both together to use on
The top centerpiece is made from a tall bunch of various dried grasses with a
few small flowers put into a candle lantern (sans candle) with the top off. We
also put votive candles around it.
Tip #1 for the non-crafty: Buy them in bunches, already
arranged, or stick to a single type.
The second centerpiece contains about a foot of length cut from the bottom of
the grasses in the top photo, a cat tail arrangement, and purple flowers
finished off with a piece of
raffia tied around the vase (which I had to later take off because
was eating it)
Tip #2 for the non-crafty: You can cheat a little on tip #1 if
you remember to use an odd number of blooms. I stuck three evenly spaced around
What You Will Need.
Enjoy! ~Bobette Kyle