Looking for a unique vintage centerpiece? We made a beautiful vase of plaster dipped flowers here at Something Vintage the other day. This is a rustic, weathered, and vintage table-topper that could easily be replicated for all dinner tables at your wedding!
Supplies:
Fake Flowers (open flowers catch the plaster and dry with the most visible detail)
Wire Cutters
Plaster
Clothes pins (to hang flowers for drying)
Step 1: Prepare flowers. Cut off each flower from the bunch – and remove all leaves from each stem.
Step 2: Mix plaster in an old disposable container (big enough for the open flower to be dipped inside).
Step 3: Dip each flower in the plaster and coat the pedals. Shake off the excess plaster and set aside while dipping additional flowers.
Step 4: Hang the flowers outside to dry. Placing them outside will help them dry faster – and keep them from dripping on your floor indoors.
Step 5: Once your flowers are dry, place them in a fun vase to create a unique centerpiece. We put newspaper in the bottom of this tea pot to help keep the flowers in place.