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Glamorous Beaded Wedding Centerpiece

Add glitz to wedding reception dining tables with beaded centerpieces. Follow our easy step-by-step instructions to make the tabletop accents.

Materials

  • 18-inch lengths of 10-gauge wire
  • Round-nose pliers
  • Plastic and glass beads with holes large enough to accommodate wire
  • 5- to 6-inch tall vase with narrow neck
  • Unpopped popcorn

Instructions

  1. For each wire, make a loop at one end using round-nose pliers
  2. Thread 4-8 inches with beads in the desired arrangement. If the wire is too long to fit the vase, trim it to within 1 inch of the beads. Use pliers to make a loop to secure the beads.
  3. Fill the vase halfway with unpopped popcorn.
  4. Arrange the beaded picks in the vase.
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