Monday, April 20, 2015

Goblet Centerpieces

I believe in having fresh flowers on our table inside…it’s one of my favorite decorating tips. Candles and fresh flowers.

Goblet centerpiece 3

When I grow up, I want to be a florist ;) I love cutting all types of blooms and arranging them just so for little centerpieces. I thought three little goblets would look pretty full of flowers.

Goblet centerpiece 4

 So, I cut Spanish lavender, sage, silver mound, wisteria, red buds, verbena, dusty miller, rosemary & catnip. I love the silvery tones from the sage, dusty miller and silver mound.

Goblet centerpiece 6

Filling the goblets with water, I just started added a few cuttings at a time, until each one appeared overflowing.

Goblet centerpiece 10

Wouldn’t these make pretty centerpieces for a bridal shower or wedding?

Goblet centerpiece 5

Of course, you can use whatever plants are growing in your garden to make a centerpiece. These are just some of my favorites from our garden :)

Goblet centerpiece 11

What’s growing in your garden? Do you bring in fresh flowers to dress your table?

Remember, you can follow me on INSTAGRAM HERE where I post photos daily :)


Also, please check back on Thursday, for the first reveal of #salvageswagger with the Repurpose Design Series…

It's all about bringing new life to old things! I’ve joined a team of 8 talented bloggers who will each salvage an item from the flea market or thrift store..but we can only spend $20! We'll reveal our transformations on April 30. Of course, we want you to participate! We'll challenge all of you to salvage something and choose one winner for the best repurposed item beginning May 4th...and every 3 weeks reveal a new salvaged item of our own. We hope this inspires you to add some #salvageswagger to your home!



It's me said...

It look great !!!!...say the florist thet is me...!!!...hahahahaha...lovely week! Becky !!...x!

Rebecca Fuelling said...

These are beautiful. I love the silver with purple flowers. Very pretty. I have some daffodils in bloom but still waiting on everything else here. Trees are finally showing their buds and the grass is green, finally!

Joyce - Quilted Nest said...

so, so lovely! It say 'spring' and 'fresh' and 'happy' and 'peace' all in one!

Susan EvelynAndRose said...

What a wonderful idea to use goblets, Becky. You already are a florist for sure! Love that tablecloth, too.

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Grab Our Button