Wedding Reception Table Topper

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Wedding Reception Table Topper - finished projectI made these table toppers for a wedding reception. My thrifty idea was to make them as inexpensive as possible as well as to make the table toppers recyclable for the the bride and groom as they begin newlywed life.


Total Time: 45 minutes

Yield: 12



  1. I got the glass I used at the Big Lots summer clearance for 62 cents per glass.
  2. Wedding Reception Table Topper - glass for the project
  3. I purchased three bundles of flowers from the Dollar Tree. There was one stem of white roses, one stem of coral roses, and one stem of coral foliage. Separate the bundles into individual pieces.
  4. Wedding Reception Table Topper - separate the flower bundles into individual pieces
  5. I used two smaller floral bundles. I purchased one bundle of white roses and one bundle of aqua jeweled and ribbon roses. Again separate the bundles into individual pieces.
  6. Wedding Reception Table Topper - separate these as well

  7. The tea lights were only 20 cents for a dozen because I used a $5 coupon on eBay! The 3 pkgs. of small pearls were 10 cents apiece at a sewing/craft warehouse.
  8. Wedding Reception Table Topper - the tea lights and strings of pearls for decorating the table topper
  9. You will need to purchase or make wooden square napkin rings. (My husband cut squares of wood and used a router to make a large hole in the middle.)
  10. Wedding Reception Table Topper - home made napkin rings
  11. Using a glue gun, glue one large silk rose to a napkin ring.
  12. Wedding Reception Table Topper - glue one large rose to the top of a napkin ring

  13. Arrange the small flowers and coral foliage and glue onto a CD.
  14. Wedding Reception Table Topper - small flowers and coral foliage glued to CD
  15. Wrap and glue the pearl strings onto the tea light and glue a small flower onto the pearls.
  16. Wedding Reception Table Topper - glue pearl string to tea light and add a small flower to the pearls
  17. Glue the tea light to the CD. Then glue it to top of the glass, after placing a napkin ring inside of the glass. All done! The finished project cost less than $2 per per topper. The glasses and napkins rings are reusable, the CDs could be used as coasters, and of course the tea lights could be used for other projects.

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