This holiday season calls for doing your dreams, taking those risks and trying things that have been in the back of your mind. Keep the ‘quirky’ mantra alive and have fun decorating this holiday season with somewhat strange yet beautiful arrangements. Here are some unusual table centerpiece ideas that use the traditional decorating items with a new twist.
Overturned Wine Glasses with Tealights
Turn your glasses upside down for a different toast. Place holly leaves, nosegay or any decorative piece inside the overturned glass and light a tea light or candle on the overturned base. It looks beautiful in daytime and enchanting at night.
LED Fairy String Lights with Floral Accents as Table Centerpiece
If fireflies made your forests magical, little fairy lights can bring in the same sparkle, warmth and glow to your holiday decorating. Get creative with Fairy Lights String to kick start some twinkling decoration ideas for this holiday season. Here is a quirky table decoration idea that inturn becomes a conversation starter. Invert your large glass bowls with fairy lights bundled up inside. Light them up. Accentuate these glowing bowls with twigs, branches or flowers for more striking drama.
Table Centerpiece with Plain Crystal Glass Votives and Candles
Just grouping pillar candles of different heights can make any dull corner come alive. Similarly, wine glasses, glass motives and tea lights of different heights can be grouped together to create a warm table centerpiece that needs no embellishment. Its warm fuzzy candle light reflected on your crystal cannot be missed.
Table Centerpiece with Limonium Dried Flowers, Glass Votives and Candles
If plain vanilla table arrangement is not your type; accentuate. Add some dried flowers such as limonium, dried baby’s breath, or plain twigs for a simple and elegant table centerpiece. Use Limonium sparingly so that the delicate dried flowers are seen instead of clubbing them too much. Let the tea lights play with the shadows.
Take a no holds barred approach when it comes to decorating. Feel free to depart from traditional centerpieces, yet retain the festivity and charm of holiday decor. Create ideas instead of following them. What was the quirky thing you did last? Did you do anything different at all? Come on…