After gathering all the required things we can start with the process of making centerpiece. First of all place the plumes from bottom to top in bouquet holder so that on completion it gives a palm tree look and do it with utmost care as ostrich plumes can break easily. Also take care that feathers when placed in the bouquet are facing upwards. Now take the vase and place bouquet holder in it carefully and add floral lights and glass marbles so that it gives a pleasant effect and looks like water when lit and with this exquisite centerpiece is ready.
The next simple way is to place scatter or throw cushions on your sofa or your window seat. These cushions can be in colors that complement the rest of your furniture or it can be unexpected pops of bright colors, depending on the mood that you want to create. Choose cushion covers that provide a tactile experience, like wool, fine cotton, satin, velvet and suede. This small change can create such a big impact.
Centerpieces with Floating Candles and Glass Marbles. What you need for each centerpiece? A cylinder vase with a five-inch diameter or larger, a bag of colorful glass marbles and three small round floating candles to fit into the vase are the required items. It is up to you to choose the color of the marbles and candles matching the type of event and the theme. If you want to create a classy atmosphere, you may choose black and white items. For a wedding, you can go for cream and pink, white and purple or lavender and green.
The centerpiece at your holiday dinner or buffet table should be a statement of your style and the holiday season. From simple candles and evergreen to glitz and glamour, make your table sing with beauty and admiration. If you prefer simple, try adding a candle amongst a winterscape of evergreen and pine cones. If you decide to use candles at the dinner table, opt for unscented ones so they don’t interfere with your guest’s enjoyment of the food! Happy entertaining!
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