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Over Succulents? These Styling Tips Might Change Your Mind

Apr 10 2014 - 6:07am

Let's talk succulents . . . again. A trend that is here to stay, succulents require very little care [1] and are downright pretty. Whether you're interested in using them as an easy centerpiece or for wedding [2] decor, you can't go wrong. They're perfect for both indoor and outdoor spaces, so shop your favorite succulents [3], then style them, pulling inspiration from the ideas below!

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Source: Style Me Pretty [6]

A fun dinner party look, hanging small terrariums from a chandelier creates a breezy vibe.

Photo by Weddings By Nicola & Glen [7] via 100 Layer Cake [8]

For a new take on bell jars, put mini succulents on display.

Photo by Kelly Ishikawa [9] via Style Me Pretty [10]

Ditch the buds! Give your favorite tray a green touch with a succulent.

Photo by Jasmine Nicole Photography [11] via Style Me Pretty [12]

Fitting for a tea party or kitchen decor, we love the look of turning teacups into planters. This idea makes for an easy hostess gift too!

Photo by Cambria André Teixeira from Brancoprat [13] via Style Me Pretty [14]

For a long-lasting centerpiece, you can't go wrong with a potted garden.

Photo by Yvonne Rock Photo [15] via Style Me Pretty [16]

Succulents styled on a bar cart are match made in heaven!

Photo by Cambria Grace Photography [17] via Style Me Pretty [18]

So cute! This wedding [19] had filled vases with a mix of succulents and blooms for a playful look.

Photo by EP Love [20] via 100 Layer Cake [21]

For your next birthday party, turn a cake stand into a succulent display.

Photo by Christine McGuigan Photography [22] via 100 Layer Cake [23]

Perfect for an outdoor patio, this upcycling idea turns an old wood box into a stylish planter.

Photo by Wildfolk Studio [24] via Style Me Pretty [25]

For an easy centerpiece, spray paint mason jars gold and fill with a succulent. That's it!

Photo by Clary Pfeiffer [26] via Style Me Pretty [27]

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