Driftwood Lantern Centerpiece

Jun 14 2014

by Christy Griner Hulsey

The thing that gets my heart beating about this lantern arrangement is that it’s about a simple, fuss-free gorgeous creation that lights up the space… even amid the sand and wind and laughter. Aha! It is so much fun.

The incandescence of creating something for someone you love with someone you adore is beautiful. The moment is as pretty as the piece. So grab your favorite friend, and make something that glistens with intention and gleams with all the laughter you shared making it.

See the full skinny on How to Make a Driftwood Lantern Centerpiece on Pottery Barn Have and Hold. And, if you love this, you’re gonna love thisSeashore & Succulent Tablescape! 🙂

Have fun and merry flower making. I wanna see what you come up with!! Xo


Floral Design: Colonial House of Flowers

Photography: Jade + Matthew

Styling: Lauren Weems, Camp Makery

Venue: Tybee Island

Flowers: California Flowers

Inspiration: Slow Flowers by Debra Prinzing

Supplies: Syndicate Sales


Christy Griner Hulsey View More Blog Posts from this Author

Christy Griner Hulsey is the Creative Director of Colonial House of Flowers, a family run boutique, founded in 1968 in South Georgia along the United States eastern seaboard in the little town of Statesboro - south of Atlanta, north of Savannah and with a growing international presence.

Using plants, flowers and a real story as her medium she specializes in creating intimate, high-end, bespoke, artistic partnerships, weddings, and event florals. She travels the globe teaching sold-out workshops, hosting fun pop-up shops, demonstrating and sharing herself in ways that focus on her old-world, painterly, classic yet whimsical garden style arrangements, which she shares on instagram @colonialhouseofflowers.

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