I've been doing my best to stay on budget for the wedding. This includes coming up with centerpieces for 10-12 tables that won't break the bank. If you follow me on Pinterest, you may have seen that I recently pinned terra-cotta pots with a pretty gold leaf border. I was dying to try it myself!
I was able to find this pretty metal leaf with a mix of yellow gold, silver, and rose gold. I love the idea of the mixed metals on these pots because it will allow me to showcase different metals in the rest of my decor. (Not to mention, I'm getting FOUR stacking wedding rings to layer with my engagement band, and they will be mixed metals too! I'll share that info soon.) This is a craft that can add a little glam to your outdoor garden, or a little pizzaz to some terra-cotta indoors too.
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I'm in love with these little pots! I have quite a few more to make before the wedding, but I'm in no rush. It's a relaxing craft to do on a free night. I think I'll alternate sizes and patterns so it doesn't look to repetitive or planned. I love the idea of mixing vintage/boho/DIY vibes together. I feel like it accurately represents Brandon and myself.
Ah! Wedding crafts are way too fun, although I have to stop making projects that I want to use in my apartment before the wedding. Haha.