Tuesday

Inexpensive Wedding Centerpiece Vase



Today I am sharing a simple and inexpensive way to create a vase for your outdoor setting, wedding dinner or bridal shower.You can transform a recycled bottle into a beautiful vase, for pennies!
Use an empty long necked bottle as your centerpiece vase!
Simply soak the label off of the bottle by letting it sit in a sink full of warm soapy water for about half an hour. Then peel off the label and clean the bottle out well. Remove any remaining label glue with a few sprays of Avon's skin so soft  and Taa daa,  Now just add water and fill it with your favorite fresh blooms. You can even go a step further and add ribbon, yarn, or lace to the bottle too.


 




Have you tried this?

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22 comments:

  1. Hi, Katherine! Thanks for sharing this great and affordable idea for a wedding centerpiece.

    XO :)

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  2. Great ideas on the bottles for vases. Love that idea.

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  3. Dear Katherine,
    Thank you so much for showing interest in my blog.
    Now I'm not going to get married again but I just LOVE weddings! Also, many of your projects, like this today, can be applied to other occasions too.
    Thank you very much for sharing!
    I wish you lots of success!

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  4. How sweet Katherine! I will have to let my sis know about your site. She is getting married in August. Glad you linked up to the newbie party. Love it if you added my button along with the others. Thanks:)

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  5. GORGEOUS new website!!!! Wonderful Idea...applause and appaws!!!! sending hugs and best wishes my friend!!!!

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  6. following back from exposure 99% blog hop. thanks for following.

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  7. Hi! Your site is really cute! I'm your newest follower - found you through Cheri's blog hop! Hope you'll follow back!

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  8. this is a greta idea!! and is just as beautiful with a flower in it as an elaborate arrangement. I am your newest follower.

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  9. Hi Katherine! I shared your blog with few friends who are getting married. Hope they will get some inspirations or tips from here.
    Thank you !

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  10. THIS IS AWESOME!!! As I'm getting married in the next few weeks!!! AH!

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  11. Beautiful! I love both of them...
    thanks for sharing!
    Have a good night~
    Leticia

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  12. These are pretty, Katherine. What a great idea!

    xo,
    RJ

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  13. Wonderful post ~ very creative ~ love the calla lilies ~thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  14. Great idea...glad I found you!

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  15. Your blog is full of inspiration. Thanks for sharing and for the sweet comment on my blog.

    blessings,
    karianne

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  16. So pretty and easy and lovely!

    ... and I see my buddy Kari at Thistlewood Farms got here before me ... we tend to migrate to the same blogs!

    :)

    Linda

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  17. Hi! New follower from the blog hop! Would love a follow back if you like my blog :)

    thegrantlife.com

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  18. I love these vases...I am your newest follower from the networking blog hop! I would love if you would stop by my blog and if you like what you see follow back :)
    Modern Modest Beauty

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  19. Hi Katherine!

    I'm Amanda and I blog at Royal Daughter Designs. I'm a co-host of the Networking Blog Hop and I wanted to stop by and say hello and thanks for linking up. I hope it was a success for you!

    Great idea for wedding centerpieces! A great way to save + be elegant at the same time! :)

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  20. These wedding centerpieces are really brilliant. I love it! It's really unique. Thumbs up for sharing this to us.

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  21. These wedding centerpieces are really brilliant. I love it! It's really unique. Thumbs up for sharing this to us.

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