Wedding Reception Centerpieces with a Seashell Theme

Seashells are ideal for ocean-themed wedding reception decor. The subject is particularly fitting when the couple will be honeymooning at the seaside, or for those who love the seashore. It does not take a professional to make beautiful wedding reception centerpieces with a seashell theme. They can be designed by anyone willing to help with decorations. Lighted glass bowl centerpieces and floating candle arrangements are gorgeous, and they are very easy to create.

Wedding Reception Centerpieces with a Seashell Theme

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Lighted Glass Bowl Centerpieces

When seeking beautiful wedding reception centerpieces with a seashell theme, consider making illuminated glass bowls filled with sand, shells and battery-operated candles. Begin by choosing clear containers for the centerpieces, and select either natural or colored sand for the base. In addition, choose flameless flickering votive candles along with a wide array of beautiful shells of the appropriate size.

Cover the bottom of each bowl with sand, and place a battery-operated candle in the center of each one. Buy Creative Hobbies® Seashells, Mixed Beach Seashells, and surround the candle with several shells of your choice. Each bag contains about 50 colorful eye-catching shells that range up to 2-1/2 inches in size. These easy wedding reception centerpieces with a seashell theme will shine beautifully on the tables. Best of all, they can be designed to coordinate with any color scheme.

Wedding Table Centerpieces with a Seashell Theme

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Consider Gorgeous Ready-Made Gel Candles

It is often best to buy ready-made wedding reception centerpieces, especially when time is running out. They can cost less than homemade options, and they can be just as gorgeous. These Stunning Beach-Themed Candle Favors would make lovely table centerpieces. The price is phenomenal. They can be purchased separately or in bulk. The more you buy, the less that each one costs. Each one is just two-inches tall, but they could be arranged on candle trays in pairs using a round riser to make one on each tray a couple of inches higher than the other. Surround each arrangement with white sand and additional seashells. These wedding reception centerpieces with a seashell theme would look amazing on the tables, and they could be outfitted with battery-operated tea light candles instead of the wax and wick variety shown.

Immersed Seashells and Floating Candles

Seashells can be exceptionally beautiful when dry, but the natural colors and patterns are even more stunning when wet. Floating candles in glass bowls of water are ideal when making wedding reception centerpieces with a seashell theme. They will beautifully fit the theme of the celebration.

Begin by selecting glass bowls with attached pedestals. In addition, buy seashells in bulk to enhance the arrangements. To add color to the centerpieces, select flat glass marbles, aquarium gravel or polished pebbles. You will also need floating candles in a design of your choice. Candles shaped like starfish, shells, hearts, sand dollars or dolphins are ideal for making wedding reception centerpieces with a seashell theme. Everything that you need is available online. 

Choose enough shells and glass pieces or other colorful additions to fill the bottom of each bowl, and thoroughly wash the items to remove accumulated dust or other particles. Fill the bowls with distilled water to avoid mineral stains, and add two to three floating candles before the party begins. They will look beautiful under all lighting levels.

These are simple guidelines for making wedding reception centerpieces with a seashell theme. Keep in mind that you can make substitutions and personalize the decorations for your celebration. Anything is possible when assembling and creating your decor. It is your big day, and you can use whatever you can dream up and design for wedding reception tables.

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