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  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Marvelous Things Photography

    Spread the love with this beautiful floral arrangement — perfect for a welcome display, sweetheart table, or cake table!

    Ingredients:

    Monogram mugs from Anthropologie Seeded Eucalyptus Ranunculus Larkspur Heather Scissors

    How To: 

    Step One: Always begin with processing your flowers once you get them home. Give the stems a fresh cut at an angel and place the flowers in clean water. Start the design with the seed eucalyptus. You’ll want it to hang over the mug, (you may have to place a strip of tape across the top of the mug in order to hold the seeded eucalyptus in place.

    Step Two: Next place the ranunculus in the design. The ranunculus is the “featured flower”. Make certain it is placed in the center and near the front of the design.

    Step Three: Now add the remaining flowers and there you have it!

    So perfect for your wedding or for your home if you are hosting a dinner party!

    2
  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Celebrate a seasonal wedding with this festive DIY centerpiece idea, that involves combining a rosemary tree with fresh flowers that will look great longer than you may think. 

    Want to make your own? Here’s how…

    Materials:

    rosemary tree fresh flowers (mostly reds, burgundies and deep pinks) - I used ranunculus, tulips, hypericum berries, sahara sunset, and brunia berry. scissors water tubes decorative paper  ribbon

    How To:

    1. Start by cutting out a square from a large piece of decorative paper that is large enough to cover all sides of the plastic starter planter.

    2. Then fold the corners upward and then the surrounding sides until the container is covered. Add a ribbon to secure the paper around the container.

    3. Next, fill a tube with water and put the rubbery cap on. Then add one flower stem, after you’ve cut it down to size. You’ll want roughly 1-2 inches of the stem poking out of the top of the tube.

    4. Then, stick the tube into the rosemary tree, hiding the tube, so you can only see the flower.

    5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until the rosemary tree is covered in flowers.

    Now you have a beautiful holiday centerpiece, perfect for a reception, rehearsal dinner, or holiday party.

    1
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Alisandra Photography

    A dressed up mantelpiece is the perfect addition to a cozy winter wedding!

    Ingredients:

    Assorted vases of different heights and textures Flowers: Amaryllis – 6 stems Carnations – 12 stems Roses – 10 stems Greenery Ornaments

    How To: 

    Decide what flowers will look best in the assorted vessels. Cut the flowers to fit the vessels.

    Place the greenery on the mantel and align the mantel with the flower filled vessels.

    Add the ornaments in the clear vases and add a few ornaments loosely on the mantel to complete the look.

    Perfect for your holiday décor and also perfect for a mantel at a wedding! Make sure you select the flowers and vessels that are cohesive with the look you’re going for.

     

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  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Carrie Coleman Photography

    With this DIY, I wanted to show how you can take a simple floral centerpiece and transform it into a pretty floral bouquet or vice versa.

    Ingredients:

    Parrot Tulips – 1 bunch from Whole Foods Camellia (I foraged from my backyard) Ribbon Floral Tape Scissors

    How To: 

    Simply start by gathering the stems from the camellia bush and intertwine the stems of the parrot tulips.  Keep the look simple and loose, just as if you picked the flowers right from the garden.

    Tape the stems with the floral tape.

    Add the ribbon of your choice and there you have it! Super Easy and remember you can design with the flowers of your choice!

    0
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Love by Serena

    This centerpiece is perfect for the Valentine’s day dinner table or a fun display to have at your wedding.

     

    Ingredients:

    Monogram mugs from Anthropologie Tulips Peonies Ranunculus Anemones Seeded Eucalyptus Scissors

    Cut the stems of seeded eucalyptus to fit the vessel and fill each container with the seeded eucalyptus.

    Next add your main flowers in the mug.

    I made each mug unique with the flowers. All ranunculus in one, a mix of ranunculus and peonies in one, the anemones in another and note how the black center of the anemone complements the letter on the mug, and for the last mug, I used the tulips with the ranunculus letting the tulips “spill” out the cup.

    There you have it!

    2
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Alisandra Photography

    Add a bright, modern pop to your tabletops with this ombre arrangement!

    Ingredients:

    10-15 stems of pink, white, red ranunculus Vessel Floral Tape

    How To:

    First make a grid for the vessel with the floral tape, this will give you 3 sections across the top of the vessel.

    Cut the stems of the ranunculus to fit the container, you want the stems flowers to peek over the top of the container.  In the first section of the grid, place all the white ranunculus, next the pink and then the red.

    There you have it!

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  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Carrie Coleman Photography

    This planted centerpiece would be the perfect decor for an eco-friendly wedding! 


    Ingredients:

    Rocks Potting soil Moss Garden plant of your choice Glass container of your choice Garden gloves

     

    How To:

    Place rocks on the bottom of the container.

    Add soil. (Use a trowel for this step if you like.)

    Remove the plant from the container. You will probably need to remove some of the dirt from the plant. 

    Once you have it “planted” in the dirt in the container, give it a few drops of water. 

    Now add the moss.

    There you have it! A lovely terrarium. Place the terrarium in indirect sunlight. Spritz it with water once a week and remember you can always change out your plant for the seasons. Get creative and have fun!

    1
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Love by Serena

    Add a romantic, ethereal touch to your bridal look with this jewel toned floral crown.


    Ingredients:

    Ranunculus Peonies  Anemones  Seeded Eucalyptus Floral Tape Floral Wire Scissors

    How To:

    First, take two pieces of the floral wire and place the end one piece in the center of the other and tape the two together. This will become the base for the crown. At this point, you can place the wire around your head or whoever will be wearing it and cut off any excess wire. Note, leave enough wire to be able to connect the two pieces together in the back. 

    Cut the stems of the flowers the desired length, you need about ½ inch stem to work with.

    Begin taping the flowers to the wire in cluster with the floral tape, and continue this process until the crown is filled with the desired look and feel you are going for. Tape the flowers in the same director as you will be covering the tape with the flowers as you go!

    There you have it!

    Perfect for to wear on your wedding day or date night!

    0
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Alisandra Photography

    Add an unexpected element to your tabletops with these repurposed floral vases!

    Ingredients:

    A Unique Vessel ​I used an empty can of tomatoes. Note: make certain the vessel you use is leak-proof! And choose flowers that will complement the vessel. Flowers (per arrangement): 3-4 garden roses 2-3 stems of hellebores 3 stems of scabiosa Seeded Eucalyptus

    How To: 

    Cut the stems of seeded eucalyptus to fit the vessel and fill each container with the seeded eucalyptus.

    Next add the garden roses. Place these at the front as they are the focal flowers.

    Next add in the hellebores and scabiosa. Leave the stems a little longer than the roses so these flowers can be loose in the arrangement. Fill in with more seeded eucalyptus if needed.

    There you have it! A pretty floral arrangement in a unique vessel for the dinner table or the reception table. Truly a conversation piece!

    0

  • Photos by This Love of Yours... Photography

    PRESENTATION

    Use a color scheme that matches your wedding palette:  wedding colors aren’t just for the flowers and bridesmaids dresses!   Taking advantage of the colors you’ve already established can enhance your candy table’s presence, and bring cohesion to your entire reception. Create depth and height in your display:  with simple boxes or even phone books, you can sculpt a beautiful landscape on your table.  You can wrap the boxes in decorative paper, or even leave them bare and covered with matching linens for a refined, free-flowing cascade. Take advantage of your centerpieces: whether they be flowers, candles, or tiny little goldfish, using an extra centerpiece or two will not only tie into the rest of your reception, but it can also add life and freshness to your candy table. Don’t be afraid to use trimmings: details like good quality linens, ribbons, and paper can add nice touches to your overall display. Less is more:  trimmings are definitely your friends, but don’t go overboard!  Too many space fillers can potentially clutter your table and cause sensory overload! Consider the table: where will it be located?  Will there be a nice backdrop or wall behind it for pictures?  Or will it be open so people can access it from all sides?  Will it even have sides, or will it be round?  These are all good questions to ask yourself before deciding on a set-up design.

    CANDY

    Color is key:  as mentioned before, having a specific color scheme can really make your table pop.  Monochromatic palettes can also be striking and elegant.  Make sure to consider different hues and shades – for example, if your colors are red and brown, don’t be afraid of using different shades of reds and pinks.  If using primarily dark colors, try to use trimmings in lighter shades to bring energy to your table.  Check the weather:  Will it be hot or sunny?  Will the table be indoors or outdoors?  If indoor, will there be AC?  If you’re worried about warmth, save the stress and avoid candies that could easily melt (unfortunately this includes most chocolates)! Fruit seasons:  if you’re planning to use fresh fruit on your table (e.g. chocolate dipped strawberries), make sure you consider if they are even in season.  Strawberries in the winter might not be as sweet as when they’re at their peak in the summer! Not just candy:  if you’re open to treats in other forms, consider mini cookies, kettle corn, or spiced nuts as sweet additions.  Placing the wedding cake or groom's cake on the same table can add visual diversity. Be creative:  candy isn’t just made to be eaten, but also to play with!  Bundle large lollipops together like a bouquet of flowers, or skewer some marshmallows to simulate kabobs – the possibilities are endless. Keep it simple: having a variety of flavors and different types of candy can be satisfying to everyone, but don’t be afraid to go with a specific flavor profile.  Whether it be a gummy bear bar or a chocolate truffle tribute, your guests will definitely enjoy the sugar rush! Don’t buy too much!  It’s easy to worry about not having enough for everyone, but if you’re planning to include a meal and cake in your reception, guests probably won’t be stuffing themselves with extra sugar.  A small portion of ½ cup (4 oz) or less is a good estimate per person.  If you want to buy in bulk for a visual effect, save large containers for popular candies so you won’t have too many leftovers.

    CONTAINERS AND SUPPLIES

    More than jars:  apothecary jars and similar containers tend to be the standard, but don’t miss out on other shapes and sizes you can find elsewhere!  Vases are fabulously inexpensive alternatives, and are easy to find.  If you’re going for opaque containers, small pails can give a rustic vibe, and wicker baskets can be cute and lighthearted.   Don’t be afraid to use cake stands, flat platters, and other serving ware to give your guests a variety of ways to choose their sweets! Scoops and things:  when choosing containers, make sure you keep in mind how your guests are going to get the candy out!  Scoops, tongs, and other serving ware should be small enough to get the goods! Individual containers:  if your table is set up as a DIY favor station, little bags or mini boxes can be great take-homes.  Dress them up with a little label and ribbon and your guests have a tasty treat for later.  Clear plastic cups or even napkins are an inexpensive option if you prefer the candy to be eaten on the spot.

    WHERE TO BUY SUPPLIES

    Project Wedding – the forums have a great Classified Section where you can buy gently used items from the community. 

    Online Candy Stores:
    -    http://www.candywarehouse.com/
    -    http://www.candyfavorites.com/
    -    http://www.bulkcandystore.com/
    -    http://www.metrocandy.com/home.asp
    -    http://www.candydirect.com/
    -    http://www.blaircandy.com/
    -    http://www.hometownfavorites.com/shop/candy_store.asp
    -    http://www.oldtimecandy.com/
    -    http://www.groovycandies.com/
    -    http://www.sweetnostalgia.com/
    -    http://www.nutsonline.com/gifts/weddingfavors/

    Local stores for candy:
    -    Your neighborhood grocery store: Safeway, Lucky, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, etc.
    -    Bulk stores like Costco
    -    Michael’s: they have a special selection of wedding candies
    -    Ethnic grocers may also carry unique treats that can give your table a broader range of flavors.

    Containers and things:
    -    Restaurant supply stores, like Kamei or East Bay Restaurant Supply
    -    Save On Crafts
    -    CB2
    -    Michael’s
    -    Furniture stores like Ikea, Crate & Barrel
    -    Thrift or second-hand shops
    -    Cost-saving stores like Target, Ross, or the Dollar Store
    -    Scoops and more scoops

     

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  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Marvelous Things Photography

    Spread the love with this beautiful floral arrangement — perfect for a welcome display, sweetheart table, or cake table!

    Ingredients:

    Monogram mugs from Anthropologie Seeded Eucalyptus Ranunculus Larkspur Heather Scissors

    How To: 

    Step One: Always begin with processing your flowers once you get them home. Give the stems a fresh cut at an angel and place the flowers in clean water. Start the design with the seed eucalyptus. You’ll want it to hang over the mug, (you may have to place a strip of tape across the top of the mug in order to hold the seeded eucalyptus in place.

    Step Two: Next place the ranunculus in the design. The ranunculus is the “featured flower”. Make certain it is placed in the center and near the front of the design.

    Step Three: Now add the remaining flowers and there you have it!

    So perfect for your wedding or for your home if you are hosting a dinner party!

    2
  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Celebrate a seasonal wedding with this festive DIY centerpiece idea, that involves combining a rosemary tree with fresh flowers that will look great longer than you may think. 

    Want to make your own? Here’s how…

    Materials:

    rosemary tree fresh flowers (mostly reds, burgundies and deep pinks) - I used ranunculus, tulips, hypericum berries, sahara sunset, and brunia berry. scissors water tubes decorative paper  ribbon

    How To:

    1. Start by cutting out a square from a large piece of decorative paper that is large enough to cover all sides of the plastic starter planter.

    2. Then fold the corners upward and then the surrounding sides until the container is covered. Add a ribbon to secure the paper around the container.

    3. Next, fill a tube with water and put the rubbery cap on. Then add one flower stem, after you’ve cut it down to size. You’ll want roughly 1-2 inches of the stem poking out of the top of the tube.

    4. Then, stick the tube into the rosemary tree, hiding the tube, so you can only see the flower.

    5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until the rosemary tree is covered in flowers.

    Now you have a beautiful holiday centerpiece, perfect for a reception, rehearsal dinner, or holiday party.

    1
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Alisandra Photography

    A dressed up mantelpiece is the perfect addition to a cozy winter wedding!

    Ingredients:

    Assorted vases of different heights and textures Flowers: Amaryllis – 6 stems Carnations – 12 stems Roses – 10 stems Greenery Ornaments

    How To: 

    Decide what flowers will look best in the assorted vessels. Cut the flowers to fit the vessels.

    Place the greenery on the mantel and align the mantel with the flower filled vessels.

    Add the ornaments in the clear vases and add a few ornaments loosely on the mantel to complete the look.

    Perfect for your holiday décor and also perfect for a mantel at a wedding! Make sure you select the flowers and vessels that are cohesive with the look you’re going for.

     

    0
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Carrie Coleman Photography

    With this DIY, I wanted to show how you can take a simple floral centerpiece and transform it into a pretty floral bouquet or vice versa.

    Ingredients:

    Parrot Tulips – 1 bunch from Whole Foods Camellia (I foraged from my backyard) Ribbon Floral Tape Scissors

    How To: 

    Simply start by gathering the stems from the camellia bush and intertwine the stems of the parrot tulips.  Keep the look simple and loose, just as if you picked the flowers right from the garden.

    Tape the stems with the floral tape.

    Add the ribbon of your choice and there you have it! Super Easy and remember you can design with the flowers of your choice!

    0
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Love by Serena

    This centerpiece is perfect for the Valentine’s day dinner table or a fun display to have at your wedding.

     

    Ingredients:

    Monogram mugs from Anthropologie Tulips Peonies Ranunculus Anemones Seeded Eucalyptus Scissors

    Cut the stems of seeded eucalyptus to fit the vessel and fill each container with the seeded eucalyptus.

    Next add your main flowers in the mug.

    I made each mug unique with the flowers. All ranunculus in one, a mix of ranunculus and peonies in one, the anemones in another and note how the black center of the anemone complements the letter on the mug, and for the last mug, I used the tulips with the ranunculus letting the tulips “spill” out the cup.

    There you have it!

    2
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Alisandra Photography

    Add a bright, modern pop to your tabletops with this ombre arrangement!

    Ingredients:

    10-15 stems of pink, white, red ranunculus Vessel Floral Tape

    How To:

    First make a grid for the vessel with the floral tape, this will give you 3 sections across the top of the vessel.

    Cut the stems of the ranunculus to fit the container, you want the stems flowers to peek over the top of the container.  In the first section of the grid, place all the white ranunculus, next the pink and then the red.

    There you have it!

    0
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Carrie Coleman Photography

    This planted centerpiece would be the perfect decor for an eco-friendly wedding! 


    Ingredients:

    Rocks Potting soil Moss Garden plant of your choice Glass container of your choice Garden gloves

     

    How To:

    Place rocks on the bottom of the container.

    Add soil. (Use a trowel for this step if you like.)

    Remove the plant from the container. You will probably need to remove some of the dirt from the plant. 

    Once you have it “planted” in the dirt in the container, give it a few drops of water. 

    Now add the moss.

    There you have it! A lovely terrarium. Place the terrarium in indirect sunlight. Spritz it with water once a week and remember you can always change out your plant for the seasons. Get creative and have fun!

    1
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Love by Serena

    Add a romantic, ethereal touch to your bridal look with this jewel toned floral crown.


    Ingredients:

    Ranunculus Peonies  Anemones  Seeded Eucalyptus Floral Tape Floral Wire Scissors

    How To:

    First, take two pieces of the floral wire and place the end one piece in the center of the other and tape the two together. This will become the base for the crown. At this point, you can place the wire around your head or whoever will be wearing it and cut off any excess wire. Note, leave enough wire to be able to connect the two pieces together in the back. 

    Cut the stems of the flowers the desired length, you need about ½ inch stem to work with.

    Begin taping the flowers to the wire in cluster with the floral tape, and continue this process until the crown is filled with the desired look and feel you are going for. Tape the flowers in the same director as you will be covering the tape with the flowers as you go!

    There you have it!

    Perfect for to wear on your wedding day or date night!

    0
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Alisandra Photography

    Add an unexpected element to your tabletops with these repurposed floral vases!

    Ingredients:

    A Unique Vessel ​I used an empty can of tomatoes. Note: make certain the vessel you use is leak-proof! And choose flowers that will complement the vessel. Flowers (per arrangement): 3-4 garden roses 2-3 stems of hellebores 3 stems of scabiosa Seeded Eucalyptus

    How To: 

    Cut the stems of seeded eucalyptus to fit the vessel and fill each container with the seeded eucalyptus.

    Next add the garden roses. Place these at the front as they are the focal flowers.

    Next add in the hellebores and scabiosa. Leave the stems a little longer than the roses so these flowers can be loose in the arrangement. Fill in with more seeded eucalyptus if needed.

    There you have it! A pretty floral arrangement in a unique vessel for the dinner table or the reception table. Truly a conversation piece!

    0

  • Photos by This Love of Yours... Photography

    PRESENTATION

    Use a color scheme that matches your wedding palette:  wedding colors aren’t just for the flowers and bridesmaids dresses!   Taking advantage of the colors you’ve already established can enhance your candy table’s presence, and bring cohesion to your entire reception. Create depth and height in your display:  with simple boxes or even phone books, you can sculpt a beautiful landscape on your table.  You can wrap the boxes in decorative paper, or even leave them bare and covered with matching linens for a refined, free-flowing cascade. Take advantage of your centerpieces: whether they be flowers, candles, or tiny little goldfish, using an extra centerpiece or two will not only tie into the rest of your reception, but it can also add life and freshness to your candy table. Don’t be afraid to use trimmings: details like good quality linens, ribbons, and paper can add nice touches to your overall display. Less is more:  trimmings are definitely your friends, but don’t go overboard!  Too many space fillers can potentially clutter your table and cause sensory overload! Consider the table: where will it be located?  Will there be a nice backdrop or wall behind it for pictures?  Or will it be open so people can access it from all sides?  Will it even have sides, or will it be round?  These are all good questions to ask yourself before deciding on a set-up design.

    CANDY

    Color is key:  as mentioned before, having a specific color scheme can really make your table pop.  Monochromatic palettes can also be striking and elegant.  Make sure to consider different hues and shades – for example, if your colors are red and brown, don’t be afraid of using different shades of reds and pinks.  If using primarily dark colors, try to use trimmings in lighter shades to bring energy to your table.  Check the weather:  Will it be hot or sunny?  Will the table be indoors or outdoors?  If indoor, will there be AC?  If you’re worried about warmth, save the stress and avoid candies that could easily melt (unfortunately this includes most chocolates)! Fruit seasons:  if you’re planning to use fresh fruit on your table (e.g. chocolate dipped strawberries), make sure you consider if they are even in season.  Strawberries in the winter might not be as sweet as when they’re at their peak in the summer! Not just candy:  if you’re open to treats in other forms, consider mini cookies, kettle corn, or spiced nuts as sweet additions.  Placing the wedding cake or groom's cake on the same table can add visual diversity. Be creative:  candy isn’t just made to be eaten, but also to play with!  Bundle large lollipops together like a bouquet of flowers, or skewer some marshmallows to simulate kabobs – the possibilities are endless. Keep it simple: having a variety of flavors and different types of candy can be satisfying to everyone, but don’t be afraid to go with a specific flavor profile.  Whether it be a gummy bear bar or a chocolate truffle tribute, your guests will definitely enjoy the sugar rush! Don’t buy too much!  It’s easy to worry about not having enough for everyone, but if you’re planning to include a meal and cake in your reception, guests probably won’t be stuffing themselves with extra sugar.  A small portion of ½ cup (4 oz) or less is a good estimate per person.  If you want to buy in bulk for a visual effect, save large containers for popular candies so you won’t have too many leftovers.

    CONTAINERS AND SUPPLIES

    More than jars:  apothecary jars and similar containers tend to be the standard, but don’t miss out on other shapes and sizes you can find elsewhere!  Vases are fabulously inexpensive alternatives, and are easy to find.  If you’re going for opaque containers, small pails can give a rustic vibe, and wicker baskets can be cute and lighthearted.   Don’t be afraid to use cake stands, flat platters, and other serving ware to give your guests a variety of ways to choose their sweets! Scoops and things:  when choosing containers, make sure you keep in mind how your guests are going to get the candy out!  Scoops, tongs, and other serving ware should be small enough to get the goods! Individual containers:  if your table is set up as a DIY favor station, little bags or mini boxes can be great take-homes.  Dress them up with a little label and ribbon and your guests have a tasty treat for later.  Clear plastic cups or even napkins are an inexpensive option if you prefer the candy to be eaten on the spot.

    WHERE TO BUY SUPPLIES

    Project Wedding – the forums have a great Classified Section where you can buy gently used items from the community. 

    Online Candy Stores:
    -    http://www.candywarehouse.com/
    -    http://www.candyfavorites.com/
    -    http://www.bulkcandystore.com/
    -    http://www.metrocandy.com/home.asp
    -    http://www.candydirect.com/
    -    http://www.blaircandy.com/
    -    http://www.hometownfavorites.com/shop/candy_store.asp
    -    http://www.oldtimecandy.com/
    -    http://www.groovycandies.com/
    -    http://www.sweetnostalgia.com/
    -    http://www.nutsonline.com/gifts/weddingfavors/

    Local stores for candy:
    -    Your neighborhood grocery store: Safeway, Lucky, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, etc.
    -    Bulk stores like Costco
    -    Michael’s: they have a special selection of wedding candies
    -    Ethnic grocers may also carry unique treats that can give your table a broader range of flavors.

    Containers and things:
    -    Restaurant supply stores, like Kamei or East Bay Restaurant Supply
    -    Save On Crafts
    -    CB2
    -    Michael’s
    -    Furniture stores like Ikea, Crate & Barrel
    -    Thrift or second-hand shops
    -    Cost-saving stores like Target, Ross, or the Dollar Store
    -    Scoops and more scoops

     

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