Romantic Wedding Centerpiece That is Absolutely Stunning

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Set your tables for your romantic themed wedding with this romantic wedding centerpiece. With soft colors and a unique wedding vase, this romantic wedding centerpiece gives you the beautiful table decor you desire. So let’s get started. For video instructions, check out the video tutorial here!

BUT WAIT!

Before we get started I want to share an awesome tip on how you can earn cash back with your online purchases for all the items you will need to complete this project!

As our saying goes “When Every Penny Counts, Count on Miss PlanIt.” Furthermore, we love to save money and get great deals. Prior to us purchasing anything online, we check out Ebates, find the store, click the current deal for that store and complete our purchase.

If you have never used Ebates, you are MISSING OUT. So for this project, you would go to Ebates.com, sign up, and then type in the store you plan to purchase from.

Consequently, when completing a purchase through Ebates you earn cash back that you can have mailed to you or sent via PayPal. Be sure to check it out! Click here to sign up for Ebates, and RIGHT NOW when you sign up, you will receive a $10 cash welcome bonus when you spend $25.00!

Since you were already going to complete your purchase online, why not get some cash back on things you already planned to purchase!

Let’s Get Started:

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How to Make a Romantic Wedding Centerpiece

STEP 1: The first step is to take a floral stem bend it into a hook and use that to place a pink rose in the ball part of your vase. Next cut about an inch to an inch and a half of the bottom portion of your 5 inch foam ball. Now hot glue your 5 inch foam ball to the inner part of your vase.

Attach your leaves and flowers to your 5 inch foam ball

STEP 2: Attach your leaves and flowers in a cone shape in the following order to your 5 inch foam ball:

  • 8-12 green tea leaf stems
  • 8-12 rose leaf stems
  • 4-6 large white hydrangea heads
  • 8-12 Chrysanthemums
  • 6-8 light pink alice roses
  • 8-12 ivory roses

Fill in the remaining space with mini roses!

Money-Saving Tip

One of the things I do with each of my DIY projects is remove the stems and leaves and place them all in a bag. Then when I have a new project like this one for instance, I attach my flowers to my stems and cut my stems to my desired look.

And I also place the leaves and flowers in my foam ball exactly the way I want. This way you do not need to purchase additional leaves, you can use leftover leaves from other projects.

I hope this makes sense, if not check out the tutorial video below to see exactly what I am talking about!

Related: 10 Wedding Ideas on a Budget You Didn’t Know You Could DIY With a $1 Vase

THE FINAL STEP:

Set the table!

I absolutely love how this romantic wedding centerpiece turned out! The outcome is amazing and will definitely add that extra special touch to any wedding! Don’t forget to sign up for Ebates to earn cash back on your online purchases. Planning a wedding is expensive, our goal is to help you stay within your budget and make every penny count. Click here to sign up for Ebates, and RIGHT NOW when you sign up, you will receive a $10 cash welcome bonus when you spend $25.00! If you like the outcome please subscribe to our Youtube Channel for more DIY Videos and follow us on Facebook and  Pinterest.

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4 Responses

  1. Hello, I loved the video on the rose garden center piece and would like to know if I can buy the trumpet vases also from you? I have twelve tables and would like to buy the supplies from you if possible. Please give me the price for all supplies that I may need to buy from you if possible. Thank you.

    Verdell

  2. The post says you can make this for $3, but the link is to a $45 vase. The vase itself is what I was interested in and it’s expensive to buy 14 or them! The title of this post is very misleading

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