If you are looking for DIY wedding centerpiece ideas for your fall wedding, consider replicating these. Emily Newman from Once Wed created these fabulous rustic centerpieces using both natural materials she gathered and inexpensive store bought items.
If you want to see exactly what items Emily used to create these centerpieces, be sure to visit Once Wed where she has shared what items she used and the simple instructions for these rustic centerpieces. For more fall wedding ideas, check out this rustic wedding I planned back in 2007.
Are you looking for creative summertime centerpieces? With end of summer entertaining, be sure to decorate your table with a centerpiece that fits your party mood. Here are a few of my favorite simple summertime centerpieces courtesy of Martha Stewart. Check them out!
How simple is this? Perfect for a garden party or brunch, this vegetable centerpiece can be made with veggies from your own garden or from your local farmer’s market.
If your party is beach side, use candles and natural elements like shells or coral to accent the already gorgeous setting.
Who knew dinner bowls and a few floating flowers could look so elegant? I love the pink and yellow color combo going on here.
Naturally stunning, use moss to bring your table alive. This looks elegant yet very simple- love it!
There is something so innocent and lovely about butterflies- that I couldn’t help putting together this butterfly party decor post. Adding a little flutter to your typical dinner party is pretty simple- and will surely tickle your dinner guests. A butterfly party theme is also very versatile; birthdays, anniversary parties, garden parties…even bridal and baby showers. For a little inspiration, above: Butterfly Paper Lanterns and Drink Stirrers via Martha Stewart, butterfly cupcake wrapper via the Knot Shop, and gorgeous butterfly table decor from Southern Living.
Part of being a modern hostess is well…. being modern. Staying up-to-date with new items to help you plan your fabulous dinner parties, getting the scoop on hip invites, and of course picking out those new and fresh gifts. Here at Thoughtfully Simple we are always keeping an eye out for “what’s hot” when it comes to entertaining and gift giving. To make your search a bit more enjoyable, we have kicked off our Fab Finds directory where we will list some of our favorite items for you to browse through. Take a peek at some of our must have goods for the modern hostess. We will be updating this often, so be sure to check back!
Now this is one bright idea! This rainbow cupcake idea is from Our Best Bites, and this one takes the cake cupcake. Perfect for any child’s birthday or even an art party (remember the rainbow cake and art themed party that I mentioned here).
Weddings are perhaps my favorite occasion to celebrate, and also my favorite to coordinate. Love, romance, and a plethora of fresh blooms– I mean come on, who doesn’t love weddings? When coordinating a wedding, I tend to favor simple ideas that create a stunning result. This DIY wedding aisle inspiration from Martha Stewart Weddings is one of “those.” Look how simple this idea is. Fresh rose petals and hurricane vases with floating candles? Very simple but oh so stunning, right? I just had to share this!