Hello Monday! Well, I’m back with some inspiring and eco-friendly inspiration for this week. Next Friday is earth day and Sunday is Easter. So I thought it would be a good time to give you some ideas of how to have a fabulous wedding while taking care of the environment.
Let me start with this list of reuse bottle centerpieces ideas. Besides being one of the most affordable and environmental-conscious wedding options out there, this vinatage vase ideas are perfect for any spring garden celebration. Recycle wine bottles, cans and jars centerpieces can be a great DIY project for you and your bridesmaids, or even just a simple and budget-friendly way to make your table decorations one of a kind.
Recycle wine bottles are probable my favorite one. You can use them as candleholders to give your centerpieces a romantic feel. Or bring into play the flowers and use the wine bottles as vases. As you can see, they also make great table numbers. Now, if you are looking for a prettier way to incorporate drinks to your tables consider recycled wine bottles. You can fill them with water or a non-alcoholic drink for your guests to enjoy during the reception.
|Recycle wine bottle image sources: flowers, candles, drinks, table numbers.|
An easy DIY project is getting old vegetable cans or vintage tins and decorating them with paint, ribbon, fabric or just leaving them alone and adding flowers or candles. They make great table numbers as well.
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Of course I had to mention one of the most popular elements on DIY right now, mason jars. You can do the same thing with mason jars. Use them as flower vases, candleholders or table numbers. You may want to decorate them, or just leave them alone for a more natural outlook.
|Flower Centerpieces, candle centerpieces and chalkboard escort cards via Emmaline Bride. Ribbon mason jars via Lucy Dylan Weddings|
And finally the vintage jars and bottle centerpieces, which has been a hot trend for a few years. Mismatching them is one of my favorite ways to decorate a table with flowers.
|Image 1,2 and 3 via Trove. Image 4 and 5
Start collecting! Happy planning!