Flower Arrangement – Coffee Table Centerpiece Winter
For the winter, I wanted to have a centerpiece for our coffee table that is inspired by the freezing cold season. I chose this color scheme to imitate the frosty weather. So stick with the whites and light pale colors for the flowers.
The flowers and the decorative fillers are from Michaels Art and Craft Store and the small glass is from the Dollar Tree (this post is not sponsored).
Cut the flowers to the desired length according to your vase size. You night need some pliers to cut the wiring but you can keep bending the wires back and forth till the wire breaks. Please take caution when cutting the wires.
I have this blue fairly lights which I am putting as part of the piece starting in the vase and wrap around the flowers. Pour some fillers in the vase, then place a portion of the fairylights in the vase. Alternate the fillers and the fairylights leaving some length of the fairylights outside the vase.
You may arrange the flowers. You can take off the green leaves but I wanted to leave some for a little accent.
Wrap the remaining fairylights around flowers which will place the lights in random places. Hide the battery pack in between the flowers and fluff the petals.
Books are great decorative pieces so we keep our favorite books on the coffee tables.
Without the lights in the day time and with the lights in the night time.
I am loving flower arrangements and I plan to change this for the next season.
I chose to use the artificial flowers because there are people in the team who are allergic to flowers. However, plans for real flowers are in the works for the Spring season for the outdoors.