DIY Wedding Succulents in Vintage Glassware

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If you’re like us, and you’re looking for one more excuse (here are 50 more!) to spend your Saturday morning scouring yard sales and second hand stores, then you will love these DIY Wedding Succulents in vintage glassware! Don’t want to give away your precious antique finds, use them as centerpieces!

These vintage chic wedding succulents cost us less than $3 each! The key to finding awesome vintage glass is to start months before your wedding day. Also, be sure to hit the sales early; vintage glass is hot right now, so you can be certain that you are not the only one looking for it.

 

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Here’s how to make DIY Succulent Favors:

You will need:

  • Vintage Glass Containers
  • Potting Soil
  • Succulents
  • Trowel
  • Colored Sand or pebbles (optional)

We used Hens and Chicks wedding succulents because they were WAY more affordable than other varities. We purchased a 12 pack for $10. Other varieties of succulents at our local nursery were $5-$10 each!!

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Gather your glass containers. We used a variety of sizes.

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Place potting soil into container. We filled ours about half full.

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Remove succulent from package. You might have to remove some of the earth from the plant to fit it into your container.

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Place succulent into container and add more potting soil.

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Pack potting soil around the plant using your fingers.

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Finish off by adding colored sand or stones to the surface of the potting soil. We used black sand.

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Voila!

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How’s that for budget-friendly vintage chic?

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