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12 Tiny Terrariums You Can DIY For Earthy Wedding Centerpieces

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Requiring very little work, these self-sufficient planters make a beautiful addition to any wedding tabletop or counter in your own home. Almost any glass container will get you started! Gather inspiration from these 12 unique variations on the tiny indoor garden, and get growing.

By Jennifer Noonan for BobVila.com


12 Tiny Terrariums You Can DIY For Earthy Wedding Centerpieces



1. The Bright Idea
Adding a pop of color to your room's garden couldn't be easier: Just layer a little bright neon gravel with some potting soil in the glass container as you plant, as has been done in this creation from Love This Crazy Life. Insert a few small cacti for instant eye candy.






12 Tiny Terrariums You Can DIY For Earthy Wedding Centerpieces



2. The Water Lover
Do you have trouble remembering to water your plants? Place a water-loving plant in a fully-enclosed mini aquarium, and you need not worry again, as Allison from Dream a Little Bigger has learned. The fish department at your local pet store should have plenty of water plants to choose from.

12 Tiny Terrariums You Can DIY For Earthy Wedding Centerpieces



3. The Jam
No need to go to the store for supplies to bring a little terrarium love to your windowsill. Ruth from The Sirona Springs Blog made her terrariums with recycled jam jars, soil, and sand already on hand, as well as cuttings from the garden.






12 Tiny Terrariums You Can DIY For Earthy Wedding Centerpieces



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