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Walking along Broadway in NYC Thursday afternoon, I was immediately drawn to a window display.  At first, I thought “gorgeous glass sculpture”, but then looked closer.  I was actually staring at water bottles filled with colored water - genius!

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My thoughts immediately went to how I could use the thrifty decor detail for my vow renewal.  So here is what I’m thinking: Vintage soda crates filled with these overturned bottles (I imagine the fit won’t be perfect, so stuff a bloom or two in the unused space) and voila, you have and super cute, colorful seating card display!

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Sketching always helps me visualize an idea…

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I would love to hear your ideas for other ways these botteles could be used!

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8 Responses to “Water Bottles as Wedding Decor?”

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Miss Bruschetta (message)  5,565 posts, Bee Keeper

Oh wow, colored water? So simple, but so pretty!

 
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Miss Poodle (message)  3,386 posts, Sugar bee

this is an awesome idea!!! :) I love the use of “recycled” material on wedding! I have a bottom bottle project as well!!

 
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Miss Hot Sauce (message)  1,026 posts, Bumble bee

Wow! That sounds very creative and super simple!

 
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kmattso2 (message)  1,046 posts, Bumble bee

That looks like such a neat project!!

 
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Kristy @ Momental Designs (message)  27 posts, Newbee

Thanks everyone for reading! Here is my quick tip for coloring the water - use a Crayola watercolor set (really affordable and can be found anywher, plus you can custom mix your colors).

 
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You could also use a drop or two of a sports drink like powerade or gatorage, you could saturate it with more liquid or dilute it with a bit less.

 
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Mrs. Lovebird (message)  977 posts, Busy bee

This is so neat!!!

 
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Kim @ Inspired Goodness (message)  39 posts, Newbee

Love the idea for sure - its a great way to recycle and add some fun color.

You could also try to do different height and shaped bottles - some round, others square to give it a really fun sense of depth!

 

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