Colorful DIY Mosaic Skull Wedding Centerpiece

Colorful DIY Mosaic Skull Wedding Centerpiece
If you are planning a Mexican wedding, or just a Cinco de mayo soiree, then you need something really typical. During this celebration you’ll often see hundreds of beautifully decorated skulls, some painted, some adorned with beads and some covered in mosaic tiles, so let’s make a magnificent skull as a wedding centerpiece. You’ll need... 
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Lovely DIY Rustic Wedding Table Centerpiece

Lovely DIY Rustic Wedding Table Centerpiece
Having a rustic barn or vintage wedding soiree? This adorable centerpiece might become your super simple and pretty table décor piece. It’s actually customizable, so you can choose the colors that suit your theme, choose other blooms to fill your crate, etc. Here’s the list of what has been used for this exact rustic table... 
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Luxury DIY Winter Wedding Table Centerpiece

Luxury DIY Winter Wedding Table Centerpiece
If you’re looking for some stylish ways to decorate your winter wedding table, pay attention to this luxury centerpiece. It really embraces the very best the season has to offer and looks simple yet elegant. You can create this masterpiece for yourself, using only thistles, brunia, 3 cream hydrangea heads, eucalyptus, oasis ring measuring 12”... 
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DIY Geometric Concrete Candleholders For Table Decor

DIY Geometric Concrete Candleholders For Table Decor
Here’s a surprisingly simple DIY to add an element of industrial charm to any table center. These striking candle holders can be painted with any patterns or colors to suit your big day and are pretty speedy to create. You will need a silicone mold, a cup, quick set cement, candle sticks, an old or... 
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DIY Beach Wedding Tea Light Centerpiece

DIY Beach Wedding Tea Light Centerpiece
Beach weddings are actual at any time because even if the weather is bad, you can organize a cool destination wedding. Today we’ll make a cool and affordable beach wedding centerpiece, prepare a glass candle holder, white sand, oyster or other flat shells, larger than 2″, labels, tea lights, small shells, a paint brush and... 
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