LIfe’s a Beach – Beach Centerpiece on a Pedastal

by | Apr 13, 2018

LIfe's a Beach - Beach Centerpiece on a Pedastal

 

This centerpiece focuses on the beauty of natural colors. We think the white looks elegant on any table.

 

MATERIALS

 

Battery Fairy Lights are perfect for table centerpieces. Hide the battery box and never worry about hiding a power cord in the center of your table again.

LIfe's a Beach - Beach Centerpiece on a Pedastal

 

What’s not to love about this container?

Fairy lights and their battery box drop down inside perfectly.

LIfe's a Beach - Beach Centerpiece on a Pedastal

 

Beautiful Sea Glass. Look for these the next time you go on vacation. Another excuse to walk along the shoreline!

LIfe's a Beach - Beach Centerpiece on a Pedastal

 

If you are not on a vacation at the beach, seashells can be purchased at a variety of stores.

LIfe's a Beach - Beach Centerpiece on a Pedastal

 

Any type of pedestal will do, we just happen to like this beautiful cake plate.

LIfe's a Beach - Beach Centerpiece on a Pedastal

 

We installed our lights flat on the pedestal. Added our white candle holder with a set of lights in the center, and then sprinkled sea shells and sea glass around the edge.

LIfe's a Beach - Beach Centerpiece on a Pedastal

 

The look is stunning up close,

LIfe's a Beach - Beach Centerpiece on a Pedastal

 

and far away.

LIfe's a Beach - Beach Centerpiece on a Pedastal

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