How to Make Class Reunion Centerpieces

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A class reunion is a great time to share memories and learn what happened to older classmates, and a centerpiece celebrating this makes the party better. Make a classic class centerpiece with help from a professional event planner in this free video.

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Hi everybody, welcome. My name is Lisa Mohyla, and I'm the Founder of Exquisite Events, Event and Wedding Coordination where it is all about you. We're going to make a class reunion centerpiece today and it's a lot of fun, you're going to love it. You're going to need three picture frames, three pieces of velum paper, three photographs. You will need a votive candle holder and a votive candle, glue gun and scissors. First thing we're going to do is print out your picture on the velum paper in black and white. I took a part of my picture frame and it has these four pieces that go on the corner. We're going to cut out the pictures. You got to make sure you know which way you want it facing; so, I want it this way. So, I'm actually going to glue it this way. So, we're going to glue just the corners of my picture because I have my corner pieces from my frame. Perfect. We're going to place it right on the glass and what I did was I just glued this back on all four with hot glue. Just a little dab of hot glue; put that on there, so I ended up with my three frames. So, we're going to take our glue gun. So, what I did was I glued here and here to make a triangle, like so. So, you can see, we have our triangle with our pictures. Votive holder inside with our votive candle, light and you have a beautiful picture centerpiece that illuminates from the inside. It really is super cool showing pictures from the high school year book. I'm sure all of your fellow classmates will be over the top pleased. A wonderful centerpiece use it for all different ideas. Thank you for joining us. My name is Lisa Mohyla. I am the Founder of Exquisite Events. Thank you.

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