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Single Stem Centerpieces

Updated May 15, 2023
Single Stem Centerpieces
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These no-fuss DIY wedding centerpieces are an easy task for the busy DIY bride. These Single Stem Centerpieces are easy flower arrangements with an elegant look, and they're very easy to make. If you have larger tables at your wedding reception, you can group a few of these Single Stem Centerpieces together with a few tiny tealights, but they will look just as good standing alone on a table. The best part of these DIY flower centerpiece ideas is that whether you embellish them or not, the end result will still look stunning.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniquePainting


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My maid of honor found a case of clear glass candlesticks that are open all the wY down. I had no idea what we would use them for but now I know. They will be easy to paint or add polymer clay too and use that on the tables at our reception!

I love how elegant these single stem centerpieces are. I also really like how well the satin black spray paint goes with the pale pink flowers. It makes a statement without being too bold. Lovely!

I love the simplicity of these centerpieces! I'm not the biggest fan of the black spray paint, so I would probably use aqua or teal instead.

These simple centerpieces are elegant without being overbearing. They would add a classic sophistication to any wedding tablescape.

Love this sweet and simple DIY. The centerpieces could easily be painted to match the wedding theme and you could even paint them in different but coordinating colors for a completely different look think shabby chic. I'd definitely add a gloss coating so that candlelight will flicker and bounce off the centerpieces to create a soft and romantic glow. Sweet project. Thanks for sharing!


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