Simple Nature-inspired Table Centerpiece
I saw this table centerpiece online somewhere and had to replicate it my own way. I just adore the moss and candle look, along with anything that elegantly brings nature indoors.
My version of the mossy table centerpiece is made up of an antique wooden bread bowl, some moss, a floral block, and candles. That’s it! I had the bread bowl laying around, and got two of my candles from a small Christmas fair this Winter. They’re made of beeswax and smell incredible. I’ve been dying to use them!
- Wooden bread bowl
- Five tapered candles
- Bag of moss
- One floral block
To make the centerpiece, you simply use scissors to make shallow holes in your floral block, the right size for your candlesticks. Next, set that into your bowl and start covering it in moss, leaving room for your candles.
Add your candles in, tucking moss around to cover all of the floral block and around it.
That’s it! No glue, no special tools.
I hope you enjoy this simple DIY centerpiece, and maybe find some way to make it your own!
Sources for purchasing:
Foam block HERE
Similar vintage bread bowl HERE.
Looking for other DIYs? Check out my garden cloche tutorial HERE.