A great center piece can really help create the vibe and atmosphere you’re going for. Get creative with it, they don't have to always be flowers. Here are a few quick, easy, and budget friendly tips.
Summer- the centerpieces can be as simple or as elaborate as you want. You can dress up a simple glass vase with a few slices of lemon or lime and wrap it with some string for an extra cute touch. Put in fresh flowers with a contrasting color to create a more dynamic look or go with the same colored flowers for a more chic and formal look.
A Fall centerpiece on the other hand can be entirely made up of materials you can find in your yard. Unless you live in the city…take a walk down to the park. Go in search of leaves that have turned orange or red, collect a few interesting small branches that can easily fit in a vase or on a decorative tray.
When Winter comes, recycle those branches you have collected from the Fall centerpiece. Wrap them half way with white yarn to create a whimsical snowy branch look. Pair the branches with a few acorns in large mason jars for an ultimate rustic winter look.
For a full Spring season decor, use moss and candles for a simple yet practical look. All you need is a tray, some moss from the craft store (or the yard) and candles. Alternate the height and width of the candles for more visual interest. For Easter, place a few colorful eggs on the tray around the candles. You can even place some small Easter themed animals for a very whimsical forest vibe.
Hope this post helps you in the seasons to come. Tell us about your creations in the comments below or show us on Instagram by tagging @dennison_dampier.
Until next time,