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Sparks: Ideas for Transforming Your Table with Colorful Centerpieces

August 12, 2011

Adding different colors and textures to your centerpieces with not only the flowers you choose, but also the vessels in which they are placed can completely transform your table for any event. Using vintage colored and frosted glass, tarnished silver and depression glass (just to name a few) will give you a unique look that will add character, charm and a little personality to your big day!

Here are some Real Wedding photos for inspiration on how to bring this idea to life.

When you use colored glass it provides a gorgeous backdrop for all of your flowers. We love the way the light dances through the glass and adds even more color to your table. You can even flip some glasses upside down to create different heights and added dimension.

Another advantage of using eclectic vases is that each piece can make a statement. Take this frosted aqua glass below –  it has so much detail from the etched sides to the footed bottom, and topped with peach roses  – it is simply perfection.

So whether you are planning your wedding reception or throwing a party, don’t limit yourself to clear glass cylinders. The options are endless when you mix and match eclectic, colorful vases and they results will leave your guests completely impressed!

Photography: Kristy Walker from Studio Verite Photography / Florals: Krista Jon Floral | Botanical |Stylist / Glassware and Floral Vessels: Archive Vintage Rentals / Venue: Casa Romantica / Catering: Iva Lee’s / Desserts: Itty Bitty Sweets 

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  1. August 15, 2011 5:02 am

    Gorgeous! I love the colored glass!

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