DIY Wedding Centerpiece

It is almost wedding season, and if you are planning a wedding you know that the list of decisions to make can seem endless. We are here to help make one decision a little easier by showing you how to make a beautiful DIY wedding centerpiece!

Some of the prettiest and easiest centerpieces are ones that you can make yourself with a few simple items – a branch, spray paint and crystals! We created this beautiful display simply by painting a branch with white primer and then with a silver metallic spray paint. Once dry, we used Clear Illusion Cord to hang 10mm Crystal Unfoiled Swarovski Elements Crystal Rivoli Sew-On Stones and various sizes of Swarovski Elements Crystal Baroque Pendants and Swarovski Elements Crystal Flat Baroque Pendants from the branches. We added a candle for a little mood lighting; to avoid any fire hazards, we would suggest using a flameless candle. This centerpiece would look great next to your guest book or on the cake table. We chose all clear crystals for our display, but you could easily change this up to match your wedding colors to make it your own. Check out our Swarovski Elements Crystal Shop By Color chart to match your wedding colors. Once the wedding is over, you can use the beads to make jewelry for yourself or some of your guests as a keepsake from your wedding!

Happy Beading – Cody

3 comments to DIY Wedding Centerpiece

  • Holy cow! That is pretty! I wish that I had been crafty and DIY would have been big when I got married! I would have done this in a heartbeat for my late night nuptuals and cocktail party!
    Enjoy the day.
    Erin

  • This was a really nice decoration. It surely gets the visitors in the right mood :-)
    Have a nice day

  • If you are looking for that beautiful wedding gown, then I must recommend the internationally renowned designer Caroline Castigliano. The beauty and passion behind her wedding dress designs really shines through. This site really does deserve a visit.

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