Cupcake Centerpiece!

I can’t believe somebody actually made a cupcake centerpiece! Shelley over at How Does She has a great tutorial on how to make this ever so cute Cupcake and Candle Centerpiece 🙂  Thanks Shelley!

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Simple Yet Elegant Camelia Centerpiece

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Bubble Vase Tower Centerpiece

Here is another beautiful idea for a centerpiece. There are so many possibilities. I would totally fill these with water and float candles in them in addition to the flowers.  You could even put a pillar in the middle of the vase and surround with flowers. The possibilities are only limited by your imagination 😉

Fruit Slices and Fresh Flower Pitcher

This arrangement is so darn clever. I have seen and posted many different sorts of arrangements in jars and vases, but this I have not seen.

I have been wondering with some of the pictures I have seen just how they get those fruit slices to stay so beautifully arranged.  In this picture, you can clearly see the glass in the middle. Now that is genius.

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Exotic Flower Swirl Centerpiece

This centerpiece is very cute and elegant in my opinion. I probably would have gone for yellow beads in the bottom to make this really pop.

I love how a simple picture like this can create so much inspiration. Please feel free to share your thoughts on what this inspires you to create.

I would personally love to see yellow beads, some water and a white tea light floating in the middle or perhaps even a tapered candle coming through the center of that swirl. I think that would really beautify this display.

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Orchids in a Tower Centerpiece

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am amazed yet again by a brilliant mind other than mine. This is by far one of the most ingenious ideas I have come across.

I want to float some tealights of different coordinating colors in the middle bowl, I think that would make this arrangement even more gorgeous!

Even a pillar would look great in the top bowl in my opinion.

Endless possibilities once again!

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Cranberry Mason Jar Centerpiece

This is yet another very simple, tasteful and inexpensive display using a mason jar. It seems to me this would be quite perfect for Christmas, however, change the flower or the berry or even the fruit used and you have a perfect centerpiece for any occasion.

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Simple Yet Elegant Daisy Centerpiece

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It still amazes me how something so simple and inexpensive could yield such an amazing result and again, the possibilities are endless.

  • Change the flower
  • Change the color of the water
  • Use multiple smaller flowers for more color
  • Use a Votive in the middle and surround with flowers.
  • Add Beads
  • Change the container. I am sure you can find quite an assortment of different glass containers that could be used. I wouldn’t be surprised if you could find something great at the dollar store.
  • Add Fruit

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Flower Tea Light Centerpiece

This arrangement is absolutely adorable and would make a great addition to any host display or easter table alike.  Think of the endless possibilities of color, style, and flower not to mention the different holidays you could easily adapt this to. A great big thanks to Good Housekeeping for this great design.

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