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How to DIY A Rustic Hydrangea Wedding Centerpiece

Hey, ladies! If you are planning a chic wedding centerpiece by yourself, then we can’t help telling you a stunning secret that hydrangeas are just one of the most affordable wedding flowers you can work with. They’re cheap and fluffy and easy to come by year round. So today we’ve prepared a chic hydrangea centerpiece tutorial that anyone can do.


Photography: Jeremiah & Rachel

So, let’s begin with the first part: materials, here’s what you’ll need:

Iron cylinder vase
Flower Used:
Silver Dollar Eucalyptus (5-10 stems)
White Hydrangea (4-5 stems)
Baby Blue Eucalyptus (3 stems)






  1. Prep your flowers first, by removing any thorns and any sad looking petals or foliage.
  2. Fill the iron cylinder vase insert about half way with water.
  3.  Start to build the centerpiece by layering three to five pieces of Silver dollar eucalyptus around the edges, slightly bending the pieces for a dripping effect.
  4. Trim four to five Hydrangea stems where the bottom of the stem will sit in the water
  5. Trim two spray baby blue eucalyptus stems so that they are slightly taller than the hydrangea and fill in any remaining gaps with each stem. Rearrange or add additional Eucalyptus leaves
  6. Add more water to make sure all stems can remain hydrated
  7. Finally, select one stem silver dollar eucalyptus on the dish. It can highlight your rustic & modern wedding.


via: thesimpleproof

NOTE: Hydrangeas are notoriously thirsty flowers, so you want to give them as much water as possible to prevent wilting. If you’re getting married outside in the summer heat, they might not last long. We recommend doing a test run in a similar climate to see how they fare.