Photos by Nicole Chan
I recently spotted some cool DIY centerpieces from a real wedding and just had to share! Bride Robin Schwadron worked with the owner of Silver and Sage Flowers to create glass terrariums (above) to dot her reception tables. The modern arrangements looked so neat in the rustic barn setting at Bittersweet Farms in Westport, MA.
I asked her to tell us how she made 'em so you could try them out yourself:
"All of the cloches were purchased at random houseware stores for about 8 months, and we also collected the hobnail milk glass for our succulents from antique shops. I had originally selected pink peonies [for the cloches], but since they were out of season, the florist suggested English roses to mimic peonies. For the straight cloches we did one rose with moss, and for the bell shaped ones we had room to add a few more flowers, so we went with spider mums, freesia, mini button mums, and white stephanotis."
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