Inspiration for a tablesetting -- and a substitute for pricey vase filler. Go outdoors and find some stones!: Inspiration for a tablesetting -- and a substitute for pricey vase filler. Go outdoors and find some stones!
- large wine glasses - tea light inserts - tea lights - sand - seashells First fill the glass about full with sand. Arrange the seashells onto the sand as you please. Place the tea light in the insert and then hang on to the glass rim.
After enjoying a nice glass of wine, make use of what's leftover. Topped off with a simple white candle, a sleek green bottle not only looks elegant, it provides mood lighting with the candle's soft glow. Photo by Lauren Michal via Style Me Pretty
Cylinder vases are so versatile.floating candles/submerged flowers, flowers arranged on top, or turn them over and use them as pillar candle holders with flowers underneath, use them for stands for other arrangements or platters of food.
Sleek silver candle lanterns are an essential decorating staple that can be used any time of year. Protect yours by using Candle Impressions Flameless Candles to preserve their clean look and prevent wax damage.
But if the rustic box isn't your style? A wicker basket. A silver tray with lower sides. A glass bowl with moss up the sides to obscure the "mechanics" of the arrangement. A decorative ceramic serving dish. I love the subdued green and white look.
“There is a candle in your heart, ready to be kindled. There is a void in your soul, ready to be filled. You feel it, don't you?” ~Rumi - just burning candles makes everything better and more beautiful