Sunday, January 25, 2009

For You Spring Brides

One of my favorite things about wedding planning is looking for unique and fun decorations. As a Fall Bride, however, it's always a bit sad to see all the wonderful fresh colors typically used in Spring. (Then again, were I a Spring Bride, I'm sure I'd have Fall Bride-envy, as well. Sigh, are we never happy?)

Recently I've come across some very neat and unique centerpiece items, things that I think could be USED in centerpieces in Spring.

One of my absolute favorites that I've seen on Etsy from various sellers are self-sustaining moss terrariums. Sounds interesting, but not quite wedding friendly. Take a look, though...

Neat candle sticks that could be used in conjunction with the fresh flowers. A nice little touch of grass green. Not only that, but they don't require a lot of care, which is ideal since a lot of brides' lives can be so hectic in the days leading up to The Big Day. From what I've seen, basically you water once every 2 to 3 weeks and leave it in a place with indirect sunlight. The end!

I could just see it at a garden themed wedding, perhaps an outdoor evening wedding reception.

Paired with some red daisies, etc. It could be really beautiful.

There are some even with little mushrooms!

I just thought they were so adorable, and could seriously be a wonderful way to bring a bit of natural lushness to spring and garden themed weddings.

I know, you hear MOSS and it doesn't exactly scream wedding floral, but the colors are vivid and lush. Plus it's a nice unique touch! Definitely something for people to gab about at the table.


Made by Mavis - http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5836556
Tiny Gardens, Charlotte Cramer Designs - http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5371110
(terrariums with and without figurines added)

There are many many others, but those were the two that I came across. Man, almost makes me want to get married in the spring, hehe.

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Blogger Unknown said...

I love this idea; This is terrific!

You could get the vases from estate/garage sales and the moss is free if you live in the right part of the world.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009 12:27:00 PM  
Blogger Pearls Of Wisdom, LLC said...

Nice find...:-)

Tuesday, January 27, 2009 2:54:00 PM  
Blogger Miss JeffMemorial said...

@Lovely Blogger: Exactly! In addition, I'm not sure if this kind of self-sustaining terrarium requires any kind of extra care, but they do also sell on Etsy your own kits to create such a thing so you could put them in whatever containers you desire. :-)

@Pearls of Wisdom: Thank you!

Tuesday, January 27, 2009 3:52:00 PM  

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