A couple weeks ago, I had the honor or coordinating a wedding for two wonderful clients and friends, Kim and Francis, who recently spent the past week honeymooning in sun-kissed Cancun. Their wedding day was incredibly beautiful, and I of course can’t wait to share more details and photos very soon.
In the meantime, I was so inspired by Kim’s vision for a quick, easy and eye-catching centerpiece that I just couldn’t wait to share it with all of you. Taking only mere minutes to assemble, this centerpiece is perfect for a wedding or dinner party, and could even be tailored to add a splash of prettiness to your home and office décor.
How's it made? Read on!
* Wide glass containers in the style and quantity of your choosing
* Glow sticks
* Water beads, also known as jelly beads, in the color of your choice
* Hydrangeas or another flower type of your choosing
* Place one or two lit glow-stick necklaces in the bottom of a fish bowl or other type of wide glass container.
* Cover the bottom of the container with a layer of water beads, filling as high as you desire.
* Cut a hydrangea stem, or the stem of another type of flower you prefer, so that only a small portion remains beneath the head. Place the cut flower in the center of the bowl atop the water beads, inserting the stem to help hold it in place.
And that’s it – fun, fast and lovely! Have you ever experimented with water bead décor, and what are some of your favorite DIY ideas?