DIY Rustic/Vintage Center pieces

Hey all,

Let’s talk wedding!

The Reception tables to be exact!

We decided to have 8 round tables and 4 long tables (for the wedding party) and the reception dinner would be held in an outside wedding tent, and the food would be inside the garage. Boss man polished and build a cedar bar along the side of the garage. It was really pretty!

Dorthea and I also had 3 people cut cedar wood rounds think and thin for isle runners, table tops, and the food bar.

The kids, my husband and myself sanded all of these cedar wood logs and rounds to make them look pretty and so no one got any splinters.

We had pink and purple table cloths. We also collected like 80 wine bottles and cut the bottoms for candle holders and I collected about 30 restaurant style aluminum cans.

Next, we went shopping at hobby lobby bought 8 short flower tins and 4 tall flower tins, a lot of burlap, and mini mason jars and hot glue sticks.

Then we went thrift store shopping over a week span and gathered old vintage necklaces and brooch pins.

So Wanna see what we did next?

Yep spent 3 weeks putting together the candle holders, and flower vases.

Each vase was different for each table.

You will get to see the final set up at the end of the week so stay tuned.

Next is…

DIY Champagne Flutes and cake cutter

~Gruada Mom~


Author: Gruada Creations

Hello We are the Gruada Sisters, we love to create new and exciting things. I (Gruada Mom) love taking pride in my new creations like a fairy garden I did with my daughter or a race track I built with my boys. I (Gruada Sister) love creating new things with them as well, I do not have children of my own so I spoil and create with my niece and nephew. We have two lives but one love... a love to create, learn and teach. The children are our inspiration to live happily and freely. Follow Gruada Creations on our new journey of creating fun and wild crafts, DIY Projects, toddler learning & daycare advice, interior and exterior design, Gardening, Fitness & Health and Travel. Never have fear of being different and standing out! Take it one day at a time and create art freely. Join our email list to receive monthly newsletters and all our most recent blog posts.

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