How to Make a Lemon Lime Centerpiece
This lemon lime centerpiece came from my idea to style a table around lemons and limes. I see a lot of lemon inspired tablescapes, but I decided to incorporate limes for a little different take. You can use this step by step tutorial to make a lemon centerpiece without using the limes. This is such an easy centerpiece to diy!
I selected all white flowers for my centerpiece. This is $16 worth of fresh flowers from my local grocery store. You will need some flowers and two vases, a large vase and a smaller one along with your yellow lemons.
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Set a smaller vase inside of the larger vase. I used this bell shaped vase, but any big vase will work for you. I used artificial lemons and limes, but you can use real fruit for your centerpiece. Gather a bunch of lemons.
Fill the smaller vase carefully with water. Add your flowers to the center vase.
Add your flowers and arrange them so that they cover the top of the larger vase.
This is a great way to add color to your tabletop for any special occasion.
I added some faux lemons on stems into my floral arrangement for the pop of yellow color and nestled the vase down in a preserved boxwood wreath.
This made a beautiful centerpiece for my lemon lime tablescape. You can use lemon slices to make the same kind of arrangement. I chose to use artificial lemons and limes so that this would keep for a good couple of weeks. Keep in mind that using lemon slices you will not want to keep this more than a few days when using lemon slices.
Wow! Very pretty Chloe!
Thanks so much Jenna!
Very pretty. Now I have to keep an eye out for a big bell vase!