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Your rustic wedding will get an authentic and gorgeous touch with the Antique Tea Crates. It's hard to believe that this woodcraft started life at a craft store. Some woodwork and painting with tea gives these crates a rich vintage aesthetic that you and your guests will love. The crates make wonderful do-it-yourself table decorations for the wedding reception, but there's really no limit to the uses you'll find for these beautiful crafts, both at the wedding and in the home.

Antique Tea Crates
Antique Tea Crates
This image courtesy of thebudgetsavvybride.com

Time to complete: Weekend project

Primary Technique: Wood Crafts

Easy

Estimated Cost: $11-$20

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Photograph by Ken Kienow Photography

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I just love the warm, rustic, country feel that these crates bring to the centerpiece on the table. I have seen similar looks in wedding magazines and wondered how I could recreate the look myself. Now I have the perfect tutorial to give it a try! I think that some wonderful large hydrangeas or peonies would look amazing inside these crates. This is a stunning DIY piece. I can't wait to try it.

Love this look! It lets the table look both rustic and sophisticated. Is black tea the only stain that looks good on this? I would be interested to see other types that have different hues as well. Thanks so much for the article!

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