Hanging blooms

Hanging vases

How perfect would it be to suspend vases from trees, posts or walls for a party or special occasion? It’s fairly commonplace to use Mason jars (or other rustic looking jars) to hang candles above tables when dining alfresco, but it would be super romantic to hang blooms as well. Gift stores often sell hanging vases, but you can easily make your own. Any container will do (even an old lightbulb), so long as it has a lip or some sort of attachment that allows you to hang it up.

Photos, clockwise from top left:

1. A clever use for old lightbulbs by 5 Stars.

2. An assortment of autumn blooms are displayed in a small votive holder. From Better Homes and Gardens.

3. Lengths of silk ribbon are used to hang glass votive holders from branches. From DIY Ideas.

4. Vintage handkerchiefs are used in this romantic floral display by Once Wed.

5. Old bottles are strapped to rustic stakes. From At West End.

6. DIY tin can vases from e.Claire creations.

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