Fridays Fabulous Finds ~ Beach Centerpieces

Beach weddings are very popular here in Florida, but for every couple, the themes vary widely and the meaning behind them are just as unique. I hear a lot of couples wanting some fresh ideas for centerpieces that reflect beach themes and so I have found some fun and fresh ideas for all!

1 ~ Take some greens, beach palms, a couple of awesome lanterns, and some sea shells and you have a great centerpiece. Can’t have candles at your reception site? If it is in the daytime – no one is going to know the difference – if not, try these little gems! You can also find good deals on non flame tea lights on

2 ~ One of the things I think of when I think beach is the boardwalk. This of course reminds me for some reason of this awesome treat – cotton candy! Make it a centerpiece your guest can enjoy later. Customizable to your wedding colors and even more awesome, spin it onto swizzle sticks – you can even get your own machine to make this anytime you want! Learn more options here.

3 ~ I know that luminaries are not a new idea – but add some shells, maybe place them in a big pile of sand, and beach theme you have! You can also use the same flameless tea lights above to light them with!

4 ~ So this idea is of course a Martha Stewart creation – and it is for seating cards – but why not adapt this idea and make a centerpiece. You can write thank you notes for your guests, mini love letters or poems, or even some bath salts with a label to double as favors and an awesome fun centerpiece.

5 ~ Baby’s breath centerpieces are inexpensive and very pretty… They are light, airy, and perfect for beach theme weddings. These would be easy to duplicate with some items from a local craft store and a good amount of baby’s breath – which is very inexpensive. See more ideas here.

6 ~ Another take on a baby’s breath centerpiece, the addition of white birds and shells really round out this idea. As another alternative – you could create branch centerpieces with the same theme.

7 ~ Finally, a refreshing idea that is simple and functional. Get large ice tea jars with a spigot and fill it with flavored waters… You can fill them with citrus, herbs, even fruit!

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