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Terrariums for Weddings: Learn More + Enter to Win!

by Emma Arendoski

Good morning lovelies – today we’re discussing terrariums for weddings! What’s a terrarium, you ask? A terrarium is a collection of small plants growing in a transparent, sealed container. It’s sort of a mini, DIY eco-system filled with nature-inspired finds. Terrariums for wedding centerpieces has become a popular decor choice for rustic weddings. Terrariums use natural, eco-friendly materials and are handmade easily. My favorite part? Terrariums can be made weeks before the wedding and still look perfect, since they do not require much care. This means you won’t be running around a few days before the wedding frantically assembling centerpieces. Terrariums can contain any type of materials you dream of (rocks, moss, grass, etc.) and incorporate personalized details (a mini deer, instruments, tiny toadstools, miniatures – there are literally no rules). These tiny nature-filled treasures will look great as centerpieces at your rustic wedding or outdoor event!

terrariums for weddings

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terrariums for weddings

Beau-coup Wedding Favors

image via elizabeth anne designs

terrariums for weddings

These hanging terrariums (spotted at Polka Dot Bride) are perfect for outdoor decor.

terrariums for weddings

images above via indie bliss

Enter for a chance to win!

TimberPress recently published Terrarium Craft, a new book by Amy Bryant Aiello and Kate Bryant. To celebrate the new book, they are offering a terrarium giveaway where you can win a signed copy of the book and a do-it-yourself terrarium kit. But, it ENDS TODAY – so hurry over and enter for a chance to win! Good luck, lovelies! ♥

terrarium craft

We’ve got plenty more coming up soon, so stay tuned!

Happy Planning,


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Eric Boneske June 30, 2011 - 12:11 pm

Love this idea.. I shot a wedding recently where they had goldfish bowls with flowers as their centerpieces. Very cool!


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