Ideas for Winter Wedding Reception Centerpieces

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Wedding receptions in the winter can have winter-themed centerpieces with snow and white flowers. Make a snowy centerpiece with help from a professional wedding planner in this free video.

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Hi, my name is Jenna Lee with Splurge Events, and today, I'm going to show you how to make this beautiful winter centerpiece. For the floral of the centerpiece you will need a white hydrangea, some branches and these are just cut from the backyard, white floral spray and glitter floral spray and then a glass container to hold your flowers as well as some water. To make the yarn ball part of the centerpiece, you'll need styrofoam balls, yarn in different textures, scissors, purl pins and then we'll need glass domes like these cheese domes and this small domes here along with vintage snow and glass candle holders. So the first thing you'll do is take your styrofoam ball and your yarn and you'll use one of your purl pins to secure your yarn into place. Then you'll just wrap the yarn around the ball and you'll have to turn it every so often just holding it into place with your fingers so that you can start covering the entire ball. You'll probably going to need between fifteen and twenty of these yarn balls in order to achieve the look that you want. And you'll make them in all different shapes and sizes. When you're finished, it'll look something like this. So the next step is you pour water into your vase and then take your hydrangea and cut it to size. Cut it at an angle so that it'll soak up the most water. Place it down in your vase. You're going to spray the glitter spray right on your hydrangea 'cause this is made specifically for florals. So, you'll spray your glitter spray and when it's done, it'll look something like this. Then you're going to take your white spray and your branches and you're going to spray your branches with the white floral spray. When that dries, also put the glitter spray on the branch as well. When they're done, they'll look something like this. Your yarn ball will just fill up all of these glass containers. So once you have your yarn balls inside your glass containers, you'll group them together; then, you'll place your hydrangea to give your pop of freshness to your centerpiece and we'll add a natural twist with our sparkly branches. And there you have a beautiful winter centerpiece. My name is Jenna Lee with Splurge Events and today I've shown you how to make a beautiful winter centerpiece.


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