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This weekend I'll be decorating for my Valentine's Tea Party and I was honestly surprised at how much stuff I had for Valentines Day already! For my wedding last year I had bought a bunch of things for a morning after "Sweethearts" Brunch that we just never got around to doing.
The bright side is that I had about 20 bags of candy hearts that I had got at 50 cents a pop to make centerpieces with! Now when I call these centerpieces easy that is exactly what they are, it took me all of 10 minutes to put them together and they look so festive and fun! The best part is if you already have the glass cylinders (which I did from my wedding) these centerpieces are under $10, just whatever you need for floating candles and candy hearts. :)
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1. Clean out all the glass cylinders you plan to use. Make sure they are completely dry before continuing, you don't want disintegrated hearts!
2. Divide the candy hearts among the glass cylinders, filling 1/2 to 2/3 of the cylinder. Using your hand, form an indent in the middle to nest your candle.
3. Top with a candle and arrange on your table as you please!
The best part of these centerpieces is they don't create a lot of extra clutter and you can always save your candy hearts for next year and make them again! I will be making a bunch of these for my Tea Party, have fun decorating for your Valentines Day!