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Blossoming Beach Centerpieces

Blossoming Beach Centerpieces
Blossoming Beach Centerpieces
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If you're looking for some easy centerpieces for your beach or nautical wedding, you're in luck! These Blossoming Beach Centerpieces are made in a few simple steps and will add just the right touch of romance to your reception. Choose the garden roses featured in this tutorial, or decide between the flowers in your bouquet for the featured bloom. Nearly any flower will look lovely in these DIY wedding centerpieces, so it's completely up to you. For a darker, more mysterious alteration, try substituting the white sand for volcanic black sand.



BONUS! Check out Wedding Themes: Nautical Wedding for even more sea-inspired wedding crafts!

Time to complete: Under an hour

Primary Technique: Florals/Wreaths

Beginner

Estimated Cost: $11-$20

Occasion/Theme: Summer

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Photography by Mike Carreiro Photography

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This is a great, lovely idea for a centerpiece addition. I am not a fan of the grey, so for a real beach feel, I would use more of a beach sand color of craft sand. With the huge variety of flowers available year round, you could pick colors that go with whatever theme you are going for.

These flowers in the sand are a lovely centerpiece addition for any reception or party gathering. As another option, you could add iridescent beads or sea glass chips to the top of the sand for added sparkle. Intertwine some metallic garland or sprays, or even some lights that are solar or battery powered. These would make a nice take home ety favor for guests as well! Thanks for sharing!

How pretty! I love the roses in this centerpiece idea. And they look amazing next to simple tea candles.

These seem super easy and inexpensive, too! I'll definitely have to try these out.

What a clever and budget-friendly idea for a seashore soiree. Bravo!

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