Mother’s Day Table Setting

Beautiful Mother's Day brunch table setting idea with diy flower arrangements that double as take home favors This week has been a little challenging. Ever feel like you just can’t get ahead? Over the past month I have been working to speed up my site to make it more user friendly. In the process, my recent Mother’s Day table setting post was lost. So much for that promised backup! Anyways, here I am sharing it again if you’re having de javu! Beautiful Mother's Day brunch table setting idea with diy flower arrangements that double as take home favors This simple Mother’s Day table setting is composed of several individual flower arrangements that double as place cards and triple as take home favors! Collectively, they fill the table, yet still leave plenty of room for delicious things like bacon cheese puffs and a 5 minute strawberry tart. The arrangements were composed of everyday flowers available at the grocery store. The ingredients: lisianthus stock waxflower Beautiful Mother's Day centerpieces - get the easy diy details! The recipe: I always start working with the largest blooms first. Fill a vase, mug or glass with water & then cut the stem at an angle and place it in the front of the “vase”. Next add stock to give it some height! I use stock in various ways – you’ll see I left the lighter stock as is, where it comes to a point at the top, but I cut the peach stock just above a bloom making it appear larger {and shorter}. I used wax flower to fill in. Playing with flowers is fun, there’s no perfect way to create one and each one is unique. I took a nod from the ever amazing Eden of Sugar and Charm and added a mother/daughter photograph using bamboo skewers {found at the grocery store}, cardstock and a hot glue gun. Just cut your bamboo skewer to the proper height. So easy! Simple Mother's Day Table Setting Idea that doubles as place cards & triples as favors!

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