How to Make Budget Wedding Centerpieces
Making wedding centerpieces on a budget can be done by finding mismatched vases at thrift stores, filling the vases with fruit and adorning them with a sprig of baby's breath. Create inexpensive centerpieces that add color to a wedding table scape with advice from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.
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Hi my name is Becky Sosa with StressFreeEvents.net and I'd like to talk to you about how to make budget wedding centerpieces. I find that I'm always looking at garage sales and thrift stores for vases. You can pick them up at all sorts of different places. Picked this vases up a Goodwill for 25 cents. Filling the vase with something as simple as fruit, in this case lemons is also very budget friendly. There's 5 lemons in here, they're currently selling 5 for a dollar so I've now got a dollar worth of stuff inside of my vase. I've topped it off with baby's breath and tulle. Baby's breath is usually found at your local markets for about 4 dollars a bundle. Those bundles will do about 4 centerpieces. The tulle you can get for about 2 dollars at your crafts store and it'll go for about 10 to 15 vases. Just tied a simple bow on here, set the lemons in, filled it with water, set the baby's breath on top and I've got a fun but very simple wedding centerpiece. Very budget friendly, won't break your bank. This is how you can make a budget friendly centerpiece.