DIY flower arrangements aren't so tough

Updated Sep 13 2019
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DIY Flowers
Vases with narrow mouths like these eliminate the problem of arranging flowers. Just stick 'em in and get a pop of colour with no extra work! Photo by Danielle Arel

Arranging centrepiece flowers yourself can save you big bucks — and it doesn't have to be complicated. Find some inspiration and some DIY floral arrangement tutorials in this here roundup, including tricks for using grocery store bouquets and thrifted finds, but still making a big impact.

 

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A square vase, some vase gravel, and roses from the grocery store make this centrepiece easy to arrange and super striking.

 

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The vases themselves can be the conversation piece when they're interesting and mis-matched. Collect a bunch of glass vases of various sizes and line your flowers (real or paper) down your tables. Bonus: mis-matched, thrifted vases could double as favours!

 

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Decorating your vases makes them stand out even more. I love the addition of the charms to these DIY centerpieces. Photo by Moxie Studios.

4a6a999e918f3f4546c31041b50c2b7cA flower cube!? Use floral foam to arrange grocery store flowers. Source: bing.com via Kloud 9 on Pinterest.

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Having a movie-themed wedding? A popcorn box and some battery-powered string lights take any bunch of flowers to the next level.

 

diy planter

Super simple single stems in vases arranged in a planter box are easy but eye-catching. This tutorial shows you how to make this awesome rustic planter box.

Want even more? Be sure to check out our massive archive of DIY flower ideas!

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