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DIY Friday – Spring Centrepiece (Bunched Beauties)

6th June 2014 |By | Be the first to comment

Although we have waved goodbye to Spring this year, we can still embrace some of the looks. With our lovely and natural birdcage centrepieces, you can be sure to capture the magic and the freshness of nature. So brighten up your wedding day with this DIY tutorial to achieve a sophisticated, classy, yet simplistic look.

Small Metal Birdcage Birds and Blooms DIY Centrepiece

Small Metal Birdcage Birds and Blooms DIY Centrepiece
What you’ll need:

  • Small Metal Birdcage (as many as you like).
  • Two large bunches of baby’s breath (or any quantity of flower you like).
  • A good pair of sheers for trimming.

Small Metal Birdcage Birds and Blooms DIY Centrepiece

Small Metal Birdcage Birds and Blooms DIY CentrepieceAbove: Small Metal Birdcage with Suspended Tealight Holder

Once you have removed the tea light, you can start to add the flowers to the inside of the empty cage.
Be sure to trim the stems to an even size, and fill the cage with as many flowers as you desire.

Small Metal Birdcage Birds and Blooms DIY Centrepiece
It should look a little something like the above!

And there we are! Simple yet stunning!

 

Are you looking for some beautiful wedding flowers to fill out your centrepieces with? Take a look at the wedding florists in our directory!

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