DIY Beach Wedding Table Numbers Centerpiece

DIY Beach Wedding Table Numbers Centerpiece | Beach Wedding Shell Driftwood Decorations
If your wedding has a beach theme or location, there are tons of ways you can DIY your centerpieces. Purchase glass containers from a dollar store and fill them with shells you’ve collected. Surround your jar of shells with starfish. Attach a table number card to a longer piece of flat driftwood – placed halfway into the jar. The acrylic seascape table card is available for download in my Etsy shop.

In a glass container:

  • shells
  • small pieces of driftwood
  • beach glass
  • a mixture of all three

Around the container:

  • starfish
  • medium sized pieces of driftwood
  • candles
  • all three

Most items you can collect on your trips to the beach, or you can easily find online or at your local craft stores.

Browse my Etsy shop for a selection of downloadable art for your wedding table cards.

8 thoughts on “DIY Beach Wedding Table Numbers Centerpiece

  1. This is a great idea! I looked around your shop and really enjoyed it. Well done. 🙂 Someday I’d like to try selling on Etsy, but this is not the time. I have 6 young children at home and I am much calmer when I am not also trying to start a business. 🙂 I have been participating in the Spoonflower Design Challenges though, and that is much because of your example. Thanks for your inspiration to keep painting… even if it is only a little bit. 🙂

    1. Thank you so much for your comment! I appreciate hearing that I’ve inspired you 😊 I just started the Etsy shop a few weeks ago. I’ve thought about doing it in some form or another since starting my blog in 2014. Now it feels like the time is right. My oldest is away at college. The time will come when you have more time! It’s a weird feeling as the kids need me less and less. Are you selling the fabrics you enter into the contests? Thanks again for reaching out.

      1. I haven’t yet put any of my designs for sale. I guess I’m waiting for one of them to be popular in a contest before I put the extra effort into it. I am working on it as an eventual goal. For now though, it is pushing me to work outside my comfort zone and providing inspiration outside of my little “box”. 🙂

  2. Hi Eileen, I have tried several times to respond to your comment on my blog…with no avail..🤔😔 so I reposted the post with pictures! Thank you for letting me know.

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