If you’ve checked out our Pinterest account recently, you’ll notice that we love a great DIY… especially when it comes to wine and weddings which is why we’re bringing you our new blog series, Tuesday Tutorial.  From handheld bouquets to wine bottle centerpieces, we’ve got a stockpile of ideas and knew we needed some help getting them out there.  When one of our favorite bloggers ever agreed to help us take on this feat, we were ecstatic and couldn’t wait to see what she would come up with.  Enjoy!

DIY Airplant Table Setting

One thing I love about spring and summer is the circulation of simple, fresh designs. And with wedding season coming into full swing, I wanted to share a quick and inexpensive way to liven up your event tablescape using one of my favorite new trends – the airplant. These unique plants have no distinguishable roots and can grow off practically any thing, from any direction, with a relatively high tolerance to heat and are very low maintenance. Most popularly seen nestled in glass terrariums or even hot-glued to other accessories like driftwood or netting for wall gardens, airplants are perfect for adding a delicate wash of greenery to wedding or home entertaining decor.

You will need: 1/2 cup of sand, a palm-sized airplant, basic wine glass and a small string of burlap cut to your preference.

Kristina Gulino is editor of the Southern California home and lifestyle blog, Nook & Sea. As a graduate of The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, Kristina currently manages her full-time blog, a steady day job and enjoys life at the beach with her husband.