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I'm always keeping an eye out for unexpected centerpieces for your next party. This pretty alternative to flowers, which was created by New York event designer David Stark, was fashioned by first shaping wire into floral shapes. Then, biodegradable sisal twine was carefully wound around the wire forms. The unexpected effect is equal parts modern art and kindergarten craft project — definitely an effect I love. I think this would look great on tables at an Autumn wedding, and it looks so easy to make that if you were going to be DIYing your wedding, you could involve a number of friends and relatives in the process of making these.
If you're interested in seeing more of Stark's ideas for centerpieces, check out the slideshow at The New York Times.

Marilyn K. Yee for The New York Times

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ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i think that this is very creative and different. maybe not something that i would ever go for for my own wedding - but i think that it's kind of interesting.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
OMG so neat!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
OMG so neat!
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