We're renting round tables for the reception and we came up with yet another way to incorporate the hexagon/honeycomb shape into our decorations. We used an old fence that was lying in an pile that is designated to go to the dump before the wedding.
Pulling the fence apart:
Laying out the wood:
Measuring to make the cuts at 30°
Making the cuts:
Bottoms traced and cut:
Bottoms on with drainage holes and screens:
Next...we're applying a solution to promote the growth of moss on the outside of each box. We'll post those as we get closer to our day. If it doesn't work then at least we'll still have some cool wood grain on the outside.
Handfasting under the oaks.
- DIY Reclaimed wood hexagonal centerpieces...Part I