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30+ Awesome Boho Wedding Items Available on Amazon

This fabulous lace teepee is available on Amazon

Boho weddings! The trend is everywhere you look, and it’s no wonder. The look is free-spirited, fresh, romantic, and eclectic, with color tones that are warm and welcoming. If you’re planning a wedding, you can browse through Amazon for some truly amazing and affordable finds. The ethereal boho wedding look is absolutely perfect for the backyard and outdoor weddings so popular now. This wedding theme also lends itself to combining DIY projects with gathering some really amazing items from online sources.

Here are some of the top ideas available now on Amazon.

Showstopping backdrops

A great place to start with your personalized wedding design is a central element or two that provide the feel and mood you are going for. Check out this gorgeous large macrame hanging. This would be amazing as a centerpiece of your ceremony. The large lace tepee is also unique and beautiful for a boho wedding.

Hanging lighting

Another key element for a romantic boho wedding is hanging lighting. Chandeliers, sparkling string lights, and lanterns all lend a free-spirited and festive glow to your celebration.

Decor Items

Whatever your color theme, beautiful and eclectic boho elements will carry it through perfectly and creatively. Here are some of the high-impact looks I love from Amazon.

Florals

No ethereal boho look would be complete without some unique and stunning floral elements. Combine beautiful blooms with soft textures such as pampas grass and ostrich feathers for a fab boho look.

Have a beautiful day, and happy planning! 🙂

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DIY Mercury Glass Candle Holder: Easily Create Beautiful Decor Pieces From Jars You Already Have

Isn’t mercury glass so beautiful? I’ve been eyeing gorgeous pieces for Christmas decor and tree ornaments, wedding decor, and everything in-between.

Today I tried my hand at a little DIY mercury glass project. Where was the first place I checked when I realized I needed some jars? The recycling bin! Luckily for me, tomorrow is trash day, so I had a great selection of glass containers. I worked with a small glass jar from grated cheese today, but this same technique would work with any glass container.

I love a whole grouping of glass together. Mercury glass looks equally at home in romantic vintage decor or a contemporary setting. These DIY jars would look great with a large group of them hanging at a party or wedding, grouped on a mantle, or on a tablescape. In fact, I love this easy project so much, I plan to make a set of mercury glass from everything I can find to upcycle!

A table featuring mercury glass on Blesserhouse
Mercury glass decor at wedding reception

DIY Mercury Glass Candle Holder

Supplies:

Glass containers

Krylon Original Chrome Spray Paint

Spray bottle for water

Votive candle or fairy lights

Ribbon and small embellishments

Glue gun

Step by Step Instructions:

  1. Wash the jar to remove dirt and labels. I soaked mine in hot soapy water to remove the jar label.
  2. Fill the spray bottle with water.
  3. Spray paint the inside of the glass container. Don’t spray the outside.
  4. Lightly mist the painted surface with the water.
  5. Carefully dab some of the paint off with a paper towel to make some of the water splotches bigger.
  6. Let the jar dry.
  7. Tie ribbon around the top of the jar.
  8. Tuck leaves, berries, or flowers into the ribbon. I used thin sheer ribbon, berries, green leaves, and lamb’s ears. Glue them in place with a glue gun.
  9. Put a candle or fairy lights in the container. Battery-powered votives work well.
  10. You’re done! So easy and pretty! You could make a whole set for your Christmas display or wedding reception.
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Have a beautiful day and take time for a quick project! 🙂