Brunch-Centerpieces

We love this centerpiece with its bursts of summery color Shown here, clusters of 4″ cubes are filled with low-cut roses in shades of pink with accents of greenery.. The 4” cube size is perfect for creating low centerpieces that are also low cost!

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Posted on October 18th, 2009 at 9:50 am
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tall hot pink and brown flower vase

This easy yet elegant flower vase was used as a table decoration on the guest book table at a wedding.  As a last minute idea by the florist to use a left over centerpiece flower vase, the result is stunning.  You too could easily re-create this floral arrangement in minutes.
Pictured is a tall passion pink blumebox flower vase adorned with thin decorative ribbon (2 pieces per side) attached with glue to the top and bottom of the blumebox.
Chocolate brown paper was cut with scalloped sheers to accentuate the monogram piece and then simply layered with pink paper followed by rub-on letter decals of the letter/s of choice.

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Posted on August 20th, 2009 at 2:39 pm
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This ultra-feminine arrangement is quite simple to re-create. Start with the blumebox size of your choice preferably in a lingerie-like hue, such as this hot pink vase, then measure out where you would like the two “X’s” that will mimic the ties of a corset, mark and then puncture the blumebox with a pencil so that you have a total of 8 wholes. Thread the ribbon through the wholes so that they form two “X’s”. Obviously, this can be done on one or all four panels of the blumebox. Black ribbon on pink and vice-versa, or red ribbon on black or vice versa would work well. Fringe tulips add to the romantic, slightly naughty theme! This would also be a fun centerpiece for a bachelorette party!

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Posted on June 1st, 2009 at 5:05 pm
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