8 Easy DIY Centerpiece Ideas for Summer Birthday Parties

8 Easy DIY Centerpiece Ideas for Summer Birthday Parties

Have fun making these birthday party centerpieces! With simple to find materials, we present you with 8 DIY-able table centerpiece ideas ranging from nautical to circus themes. Join us today and check out Bellenza’s centerpiece ideas for some of summer’s most loved party themes. We’re sure you’ll find a favorite or two to keep you busy crafting all summer long.

Easy Summer Centerpiece Ideas for Birthday Parties

Nautical themed centerpiece

Nautical themed centerpiece: using a lighthouse, ship, and large shell holding saltwater taffy candies.

Painting party centerpiece

Painting party centerpiece: using colorful wrapping paper, recycled cans, and bright hydrangeas.

Cowboy party centerpiece

Cowboy party centerpiece: using cowboy boot, bandana, and daisies.

Luau themed centerpieces

Luau themed centerpiece: using hurricane candle luminaries, raffia strings, and candles.

Circus party centerpiece

Circus party centerpiece: using a small wire cage, baby doll, glitter-covered boxes, and circus stuff animals.

Parisian themed centerpiece

Parisian themed centerpiece: using a replica of the Eiffel Tower, houndstooth cans, white ceramic pots, votive candles, and pink hued blooms.

Luau themed centerpiece

Tropical centerpiece: using square glass vases filled with bright pink and orange bromeliads, bamboo sticks, and tropical leaves.

Mad Hatter centerpiece

Mad Hatter centerpiece: over-sized hatboxes and tea cups wrapped in colorful fabrics.

Wait! Don’t forget. We have 5 more of our styled shoots that show you creative and even usual centerpiece options:

Balloon centerpiece
Caribbean centerpiece tree
Coconut centerpiece
Fishbowl centerpiece
Cigar box centerpiece

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