Printable Collection: 11 Jaw-Dropping DIY Wedding Centerpieces


Your jaw will be on the floor after browsing this collection of 11 DIY Wedding Centerpieces That’ll Drop Jaws. If your jaw stays on the floor for more than three hours, please consult a doctor. The suggested prescription is the craft supplies required to make your favorite centerpiece. Not recommended for women under the age of 18 (these projects will cause an urge to get married).


Centerpieces are named as such due to their principal position in the reception hall. Translation: all eyes are on them, so it’s important to feature centerpieces that wow. Whether you’re getting married or simply throwing a just-because party, centerpieces can make or break a tablescape. Guaranteed make? These DIY wedding centerpieces. They’re inexpensive, easy, and totally fabulous. They can easily be tweaked to fit your wedding theme and color scheme as well as your relationship personality. Love will be in the air with these simple wedding centerpieces that make a big impression.

Exquisitely Romantic Floating Rose Centerpiece Faux Sea Glass Mason Jar Crafts

We’re all about bringing the stress level of wedding planning down to a minimum, which is why we gladly offer this fantastic collection for free. You have enough on your plate (and bill), so we’re easing the process. This amazing, free eBook features some of the coolest DIY wedding centerpieces I’ve ever seen, including the Exquisitely Romantic Floating Rose Centerpiece and the Faux Sea Glass Mason Jar Crafts.

Beach, vintage, and rustic weddings are just a few of the wedding themes covered in this diverse book of ideas. Every bride is guaranteed to find the perfect DIY centerpiece for her celebration.

Which do you prefer: tall or short centerpieces?

Top 10 Most Popular Christmas Crafts from December

All month long, we’ve been counting down the top 10 Christmas crafts and updating the list every single week. This list is constantly changing to reflect trends and popular projects for Christmas crafters. As you’ll see below, readers loved everything from centerpieces to ornaments. Before you kick off a new year, take a look back at the month’s best crafts.

  1. Ashley’s Christmas Centerpiece
  2. 25 Easy DIY Christmas Crafts
  3. Bottle Cap Picture Tree
  4. Dollar Store Glass Hurricanes
  5. 19 Fun Snowman Christmas Crafts
  6. Melted Snowman Ornament
  7. Toilet Roll Snowflakes
  8. Snowflake Christmas Tree Ornaments
  9. 18 Cheap Creative Christmas Gifts
  10. 21 Christmas Crafts from Recycled Items

Find all ten of these fun Christmas craft ideas in our Top 10 of December collection.

What’s your favorite kind of Christmas craft?

How to Make Romantic Floating Candles

For an instantly romantic centerpiece this Valentine’s Day, whip up some floating candles to float in a shallow glass bowl. Add a big flower bud to the bottom of the bowl for additional color. The key to a floating candle is a short shape with a slightly wider top than bottom. Wax naturally floats so you have little to worry about.

You Will Need:

  • Paraffin Wax
  • Wicks and Wick Tabs (Usually sold together in craft stores)
  • Muffin/Cupcake Pan/Individual Jell-O Molds, etc.
  • Scissors
  • Melting Pot for Wax (I use a large aluminum can) and regular saucepan or double-boiler for melting wax
  • Thermometer
  • Optional- Candle Coloring and/or Scent Block


  1. Find an appropriate pan or mold. For simplicity sake, a muffin pan will work fine. Grease with a little vegetable oil or cooking spray to help the candles pop out easily.
  2. Prepare the wicks by inserting the wicks into the wick tabs.
  3. Boil water in a large saucepan. Place the melting container in the boiling water, or use a double boiler specially for melting max (you wouldn’t want to use the pan for anything else).
  4. Place several chunks of wax into the melting container. Be sure to monitor the wax as it is melts with a thermometer and turn off the heat at 180 degrees F. Parraffin wax will ignite at 375 degrees F and must be extinguished with baking soda or a fire extinguisher, so be careful!
  5. Once melted and the heat is off, add coloring and scent if you desire. You can use dye chips specially for coloring candles or liquid dye added with an eye-dropper. For scents, use shaved pieces from a scent block and avoid essential oils, since most are not designed for the high-heat of candles.
  6. Pour about an inch of wax into each of the molds in the muffin pan and let cool slightly.
  7. Once the wax begins to show some consistency with a skin on the top, press the tab of a wick into the bottom of each mold with a chopstick, spoon or skewer.
  8. Once set, pop out your candles and float in water.