How To Create A Hanging Table Centrepiece

If you’re looking for an easy way to spruce up your table decor this Winter, then this stunning hanging table centrepiece is exactly what you need to WOW your dinner guests this season and make your home look seasonally stylish, on a budget. Using just a handful of Dot & Blush products you can create a hanging table wreath with ease. 

You Will Need:

. A Dot & Blush Natural Twig Wreath

. A Pack or Two of your favourite Dot & Blush baubles – we chose Dried Flower Baubles and Hanging Tea Light Baubles to create this look.

. A reel of your chosen ribbon in desired colour. (Around 4m for high ceilings and 2m for low). We opted for a silver 1.5cm wide ribbon. 

.1 Cup hook. Click here for an example. 

Step 1 

Simply secure your hook into the ceiling in the middle of your table . Measure how low you would like your wreath to hang. Write this measurement down and deduct around 15cm to allow hanging room for the baubles. 

Step 2

Cut 2 lengths of ribbon for the desired length required to achieve the drop you would like. Tie each strand of ribbon around four, evenly spaced points around the wreath to create 2 hanging loops. Pull these upwards into a point and hang on your hook. Adjust the wreath so it is level.

Step 3

The great thing about our Twig Wreath is that you can simply hang your chosen baubles straight onto the twigs. Be sure to securely push these onto the twigs. We recommend alternating Tea Light Baubles with decorative, festive styles to create a unique look, tailored to your style and space, while adding ambient lighting for your dinner table with the tea light baubles. 

Step 4 

Enjoy your new, hanging table centrepiece. We would love to see your creations. Tag us at @Dotandblush 

I hope you love the finished look as much as I do!

Chynna x

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