Summer Centerpieces

   I think summer centerpieces need to be airy, simple, breezy. Summer crept up on me this year……so when I wanted to put together a fun centerpiece for our dining room table I shopped our home to find some fun things to use.

Summer Centerpiece Ideas

I grabbed a vintage French baguette board and then succulents in tin cans from No. 1 Son’s graduation party…….

Summer Centerpieces

and I added a few glass jars with tea lights…..

Summer Centerpieces DIY

and voila! I thought it was just perfect for summer.  Easy, breezy, simple…and a great keepsake from a wonderful night to remember back in the spring.

Centerpiece DIY

A few weeks later I added a grain sack runner underneath it all.

Summer Centerpiece

What fun ideas do you have for summer centerpieces? What’s on your dining table this summer?



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  1. JaneEllen says

    What a smart gal you are to use what you had. Smart decorating. We live out in country a few miles away from stores so I am very much an in the house scrounger. Love the succulents, easy care. Where did you find the jars you used? I like that they’re a little more round on bottom with a longer neck. Are they from some kind of food? I like the blue one in middle. Your runner is perfect under you centerpiece.
    I’d really like to know about the jars so if you could reply I’d sure appreciate it. Please reply to: Thanks

    • says

      JaneEllen…I actually found the glass bottles at Target! ha! I fell in love with them and would love to have more blue ones…but they only had one. Hope you are having a great week!

  2. says

    Your summer pieces are so perfect. I love them all. This is such a wonderful and inspiring post. I would love it if you would share this post at our WIW linky party. Hope you can join us today!


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