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April 23, 2014


With Easter behind us it's Full Steam Spring
Ahead when it comes to entertaining.





Do you have an upcoming graduation reception, bridal shower or birthday get-together on your hosting calendar?  Great!  'Cause I've got some terrific, inexpensive, and beautiful centerpiece ideas to share with you.


How darling are those wildflowers in Mason jars?  They couldn't be easier to make and are thoroughly engaging.

The cans were recycled after the party.



Vivid Occasion
Flower-filled tea pots and tea cups make an inviting setting. 

Snippet and Ink



A simple budding branch with artificial birds makes a crafty table display.
And look at the adorable bird nests on upturned coffee cups:

Moss, two cut flowers, and local greenery - gorgeous!

Interested in more out-doorsy ideas?

I love it!





The bride's and groom's initials were carved
into these adorable hollow branch 'vases.'



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Daisies and tree branches - enchanting!


Maybe you're thinking of a beach theme?
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Country Living


Fruit is a simple and enticing component of any arrangement:
Curbly


Confessions of a Plate Addict






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Artificial gerber daisies and limes
are a divine combination.

Take a close look - these flowers are made from felt:
White-washed clay plant pots are inexpensive and sturdy.


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Styrofoam cones, craft moss and Brussel sprouts are all you
need to make these unique and organic arrangements.


How cute would this be for a book club dinner party?



Style Me Pretty


Yes, some of the most beautiful centerpieces
truly are the simplest.
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Your Cozy Home

Happy hosting!

6 comments:

  1. As a fan of 'shabby chic' glass jars have played a big part in table decoration around here :) have just discovered many more ideas here, merci beaucoup Jan.

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  2. So many lovely ideas... I really like the daisy and tree branches..

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  3. Great ideas here! We used some similar ones in our daughter's wedding a few years ago. I am ready to go pick some wildflowers and place them in a canning jar - so simple and sweet : )

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  4. Hello Jan, thank you for visiting me, I came along here and found so much inspiration, your post about trees is amazing and the table settings, just beautiful, I love the birds nests in cups. Betty

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  5. Hallo, Bedankt voor het volgen van mijn blog. En bedankt voor al deze prachtige decoratie idee├źn.

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