Wedding Centerpiece #4

Hey party people!

You may be so tired of seeing wedding centerpieces after this week! :p

Just in case you need to be filled in…my sister is getting married & I came up with several different options for the reception centerpieces. I’d love your input. I’ll combine them all at the end so you can see them all together.

To see the first three centerpieces click here, here & here. And now for #4…

This is definitely pretty simple. I just collected different sized bottles from my house & separated a store-bought bouquet among them. The “Q” is a cardboard letter I got from JoAnns. I covered it in burlap & added some lace & tissue paper purple flowers. Oh yeah…and the reason for the “Q” is because Meg’s last name will be Quick. 🙂

I also snapped a picture without the “Q” just to see how it’d look.

The budget breakdown for this one may be a little off. I’m sure over the next few months, I could collect some more bottles & camp out at Goodwill but all of these I had around the house. I’m not sure exactly how much it will cost for the glass vases/bottles if we ended up going with this option. Just thought I’d give full disclosure. ;p

Overall this centerpiece definitely makes the budget do a happy dance! :p

One more post to go to complete the wedding centerpiece extravaganza! Let me know what you think.

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  • Becky Kerstetter
    Posted at 12:36h, 27 September Reply

    O.k., I think this one is my most favorite so far…with the “Q.” It just rings with rustic elegance and is quite a romantic display. Love it! 🙂

    • Heidi Rew
      Posted at 12:45h, 27 September Reply

      I agree with you Becky! :p Thanks so much! <3 Heidi Rew

      • connie terry
        Posted at 13:04h, 27 September Reply

        I like the Q but maybe with photos of the couple or without the Q. Love the jars of all types of shapes/sizes. what about using mason jars?

        • Heidi Rew
          Posted at 19:42h, 27 September Reply

          Great idea, Connie! Thanks! <3 Heidi Rew

  • Jenny H
    Posted at 12:55h, 27 September Reply

    I had to laugh when I saw this because obviously, it totally would be your favorite – it is SO you! 🙂 I actually think this one might be my fav, too!

    • Heidi Rew
      Posted at 19:44h, 27 September Reply

      You know me well, friend! :p <3 Heidi

  • Jenny H
    Posted at 12:56h, 27 September Reply

    And I kind of feel bad saying this, but I actually like it without the Q better…

    • Heidi Rew
      Posted at 19:43h, 27 September Reply

      After I spent time wrapping that whole letter in burlap, you don’t like it??? kidding. You’re not the first person to say that. I think you’re on to something! 🙂 <3 Heidi

  • Vicki
    Posted at 15:02h, 27 September Reply

    I agree. My choice was between #1 and # 4 but I definitely think #4 says so much about your sister and I love the burlap Q. It would also help me to know if the tables are round or rectangular. I’m not sure why but I’m an angle kind of girl and just makes it easier to visualize the different arrangements. But #4 seems the best for either type table to me. However, a beautiful job on all and your sister is so blessed to have your input, help and love. Makes the wedding SO much more special. As a side note, I wish more girls would do less expensive weddings. I believe people have gone completely overboard on them and lost the true meaning of the ceremony.

    • Heidi Rew
      Posted at 19:41h, 27 September Reply

      Vicki, thanks for your great input. The tables will be round. I wish I had a round table so I could’ve really shown you what it’d look like. 🙁 But I completely understand what you mean about visualization. Thanks again, Vicki! <3 Heidi Rew

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