Table Centerpiece Ideas for Birthday Parties

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Birthday party centerpieces can relate to the theme of the party, or be centered around the birthday subject. Make a centerpiece for a jolly fellow with help from a professional event planner in this free video.

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Hi, welcome. My name is Lisa Mohyla, and I'm the Founder of Exquisite Events, Events and Wedding Coordination Company, where it is all about you. Today, we are going to show you how to make a centerpiece for a birthday party. You will need a four-by-four square glass container, some red hot candies, lollipops; big round lollipops, different shapes lollipops; some fun straws, children's fun shape straws. First thing I did was I pour the red hot in the square vase. And we're just going to put this in. I like them because one, they're just great looking. They look like a lot of fun to eat and two, they match the color red. And so, we're just going to place these in. I'm going to put one in a slant. It'd be nice to get them like different heights. Sometimes, depending on your candy in the bottom, that's not always easy to do. But if you play with it enough, you should be able to get the effect you're looking for. Now, to add some color and just some fun and some different shapes, I've chosen silly straws; all children love silly straws, even adults. We all like them, they're fun. But we're not done. Instead of using those little weights they use for balloons, I love the idea of tying the balloons to this. So, all you need to do is simply tie it around the lollipop; very easy. I chose three balloons, I chose pink hearts because this would be for a girl's birthday party. So, we're keeping it pink. And after we cut our strings, we're going to go ahead and take our scissors and make the curly cues out of them. Voila! So, here we have our fun birthday centerpiece or also for children's table, lots of different ideas. Everybody loves candy, everybody loves working with candy. So, have fun planning, have fun making your centerpiece. This is Lisa. Keep it fabulously exquisite at Exquisite Events. Thanks.


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