One of the table centres with little hanging glass globes, some filled with flowers and others with tea lights. the 'trees were made from bleached Manzanita branches, which are imported from California. The other details at the base were moss, ivory Avalanche roses, succulents and white Astrantia.
We used this as an inspiration for a women's conference (theme-Seasons of Life) BUT I trimmed one of my trees & after stripping the leaves & spray painting all the branches white, our workshop glued green flowers for spring, yellow for summer, fall leaves and white flowers with glitter on branches for winter. The vases were all the same with rocks in the bottom and green moss for the spring, sand for the summer, fall leaves for the fall and imitation snow for the winter.
Roost Driftwood Candelabra, Standing. Select pieces of driftwood are repurposed to create this dramatic candelabra. Wind and waves began the weathering process of driftwood, completed by peroxiding and bleaching the wood and fitting with metal discs for the candles. More at Modish. www.modishstore.com
Centerpiece: Per pinner... "It is DIY. It was my wedding centerpiece- we used tall vases with rocks at the base. It's burlap around the base with a bracket jewel from a craft store. Then it's real branches, battery operated lit branches, and a fake silver dollar plant in the vase."