Gorgeous DIY Feather Centerpieces: How To Make Ostrich Feather Centerpieces (+ 7 variations)

DIY feather centerpieces are an easy way to add some glamour and elegance to any wedding, event, party or dinner. Learn how to make your own ostrich feather centerpieces with these simple step by step instructions.

diy ostrich feather centerpieces

DIY feather centerpieces are an easy way to add some glamour and elegance to any wedding, event, party or dinner. Because they are tall, they are perfect on tables where you want people to be able to see across.

Even better? Centerpieces with feathers can be made in advance (unlike floral arrangements) so you don’t have to be fussing with them at the last moment.

Ostrich feathers are available in pretty much every color, which means they are very easy to match to your decor. And they are available in many different sizes so you can control the size of your centerpiece.

What You Need

ostrich feather vases

These are the basic supplies that you will need to make your DIY feather centerpieces…a tall vase, some ostrich feathers and a bouquet holder.

27 – 12 to 14″ ostrich feathers* or 20″ to 24″ ostrich feathers*.

Note: I usually use the less expensive shorter feathers, but if you want really luxurious looking vases, the longer feathers are better. If you want to see the difference…when you’re looking at the pictures below, the vases with the white feathers are using longer ones, the vases with the colored feathers are using shorter ones


16″ – 24″ tall Eiffel Tower vase*

I usually use a 20″ vase, but you can go a little shorter or a little taller. Generally, you would want to use shorter feathers in the shorter vase and longer feathers in the taller one.



(Optional) Vase Accessories

To dress up your DIY feather centerpieces, you can add any of the accessories below. I’ll show you how they look when we get to the variations. Use these to come up with your own unique centerpieces.








How To Make Ostrich Feather Centerpieces

White Ostrich Feather Centerpieces
White ostrich feather centerpieces

Using feathers that are all one color creates a sophisticated look that is very easy to create.

White feather* centerpieces are the most popular color, but of course feel free to choose whatever color matches your event decor!

Getting Started

Stem Of Bouquet Holder In Vase
Put the stem of the bouquet holder in the top of the vase

Insert the end of the bouquet holder* into the top of the vase*.

ostrich feather centerpiece row numbers
Bouquet holder row numbers

Start with the bottom row (row one) of the bouquet holder.

First Row Of Feathers

ostrich feather centerpiece first row
The first row – feathers in every other section

Use one feather in every other section of the bottom row.

ostrich feather centerpiece first row of feathers
On the bottom row, insert feathers in alternating sections

Stick the ends of the feathers into the floral foam in the bouquet holder, with the feathers pointing in a downwards direction

Second Row Of Feathers

ostrich feather centerpiece second row
Put feathers in every section for the next two rows

Move up to row 2 in the bouquet holder and add one feather per section.

ostrich feather centerpiece second row of feathers
Put feathers in every section for the next two rows

Point the feathers in a more outwards direction (although they probably still will be on a downwards slant).

Third Row Of Feathers

ostrich feather centerpiece third row of feathers
Put feathers in every section for the third row

Move up to the next row. If your bouquet holder has a really narrow row like mine does, skip it…it isn’t big enough for some of the feather stems to fit in.

Add 1 feather per section (like you did in row 2) but have the feathers pointing on an upward angle.

Try to space the feathers out so that they are not directly over the ones in the last row.

Feather Centerpiece With Three Rows
Feather centerpiece after three rows

Don’t worry if it still doesn’t look right…it will all work out when you are finished!

Top Row Of Feathers

ostrich feather centerpiece fourth row of feathers
Put feathers in every section for the fourth row

Move up to the top row of the bouquet holder and add one feather in every other section like you did on the bottom row. These feathers should be pointing more upwards and less out than the last row.

Finally, add 3 more feathers to the very top of the bouquet holder pointing up and filling in the gaps from the top row.

The Finished DIY Feather Centerpiece

White Feather Centerpiece
The finished feather centerpiece

Take a look at your creation to see if there are any spots that seem a little sparse. Either re-position the feathers you already have to fill in the gaps, or add more feathers in the spaces.

You can re-use the bouquet holders for future feather centerpieces…just remove these feathers and use the same holes for the next event!

If all you want is the standard feather centerpiece, you are done!

But if you want to see some variations on feather colors and vase decor, keep reading to find some ways to dress up your ostrich feather centerpieces.


Variation 1: Light Up The Vase

Black And Red Ostrich Feather Centerpiece
Black and red feather centerpiece

To get the vases to light up, place them on top of a Mini LED Light Base*.

Using adhesive dots* to stick the light base to the bottom of the vase will make sure the vase doesn’t fall off.

I usually try to add something add the bottom of the vase to hide the light base…feather boas* work really well!


Variation 2: Eiffel Tower Vase Filler

Pink Vase Filler And Lights
Pink Crystal Vase Filler with Pink Glimmer Lights

You can use different vase fillers to create different effects. In this centerpiece, I put a pink glimmer light string* inside the vase and then filled it with pink acrylic crystals*.

I used pink, but you can get these lights and crystals in pretty much any color you need. Just make sure to leave enough space at the top of the vase for the bouquet holder stem to slide in. You also need to make sure that the crystals are no more than 1/4″ wide.  Otherwise, they may get stuck halfway down and they are very hard to get out!

Mardi Gras Masquerade Centerpiece
Mardi Gras masquerade centerpiece

Mardi Gras Beads* are a really good vase filler. They are small enough to easily fit in the vase, are very inexpensive, and come in pretty much any color you want.

I used traditional Mardi Gras colors for this one, but you could use whatever color you want.


Variation 3: DIY Gatsby Feather Centerpieces

Feather Centerpiece With Hanging Crystal
Hanging Crystals or Beads From the Feathers adds to the centerpiece decor

I used this variation at my Great Gatsby Party.  Hanging strands of “crystals*” or “pearls*” (plastic of course) from the feathers adds some glam to your decor. (Everyone who knows me, knows I love some glam!!)

Get the step-by-step tutorial for this DIY Gatsby feather centerpiece HERE.


Variation 4: Light The Feathers

Feather Centerpiece With Pink Glitter Lights
Feather centerpiece with pink glitter lights

Adding some small lights to the feathers is another way to dress up your ostrich feather centerpieces.

In this case, I strung pink glimmer lights* through the feathers to make them glow. You’ll need lights that don’t weight very much and are battery operated so you don’t have to plug them in.

This one also has a base light* which I covered up with feather boas*.


Variation 5: Two Toned Ostrich Feather Centerpieces

Red and Black Ostrich feather centerpiece
Red and Black Ostrich feather centerpiece

To make a feather centerpiece using an accent color, you will need to choose the main feather color and an accent color.

For my Fallen Angels and Devils party, black ostrich feathers* were the dominant color with accents of red feathers*.

DIY: How To Make Feather Centerpieces | I have used different variations of these DIY ostrich feather centerpieces instead of floral arrangements at all kinds of wedding receptions and parties...a Great Gatsby party, Winter Wonderland party, 50th birthday party, Mardi Gras party, Valentine's Day party...you get the idea :). They are simple to put together and you will save a lot of money making them yourself! Click through to get the step by step instructions.
Accent colors in a zig zag pattern

The instructions for putting together the feather centerpiece together are pretty much the same as for a 1-color vase. The only difference is to use an accent color feather in place of the main color feather every once in a while.

I usually use 1 to 2 accent color feathers per row and try to place them in a zig-zag pattern so that they look randomly placed but still balanced.

This works out to about 18 main color feathers and 9 accent color feathers per vase.


Alice In Wonderland pink and white ostrich feather centerpiece
Pink and white ostrich feather centerpiece

I also used this feather pattern at our Mad Hatter Tea Party…with pink and white feathers in black Eiffel tower vases.

Variation 6: Layered Ostrich Feather Centerpieces

Pink And White Layered Feather Centerpiece
Pink and white feather centerpiece

Putting the layered feather centerpiece together is very similar to doing one color, except that you switch to the second color for the top two rows of feathers.

I used white ostrich feathers* on the bottom and pink ones* on the top for my friend’s pink 50th birthday party. (Recognize those feathers?  They’re the same ones as the Alice in Wonderland party above…I definitely re-use what I have to cut down on the cost when I’m planning parties!)

To put these DIY feather centerpieces together, follow the same instructions as the single color feather vase, using the first color for the bottom two rows of the centerpiece.

For the third row, mix in a couple of the first color feathers with the second color feathers as a transition row.

Then use all of the second color feathers on the top rows.

This means you need about 14 feathers of the bottom color and 13 feathers of the top color.


4ColorFeatherCenterpiece
Feather centerpiece with 4 color layers

If you really want to get fancy you can use 3 or 4 colors for a rainbow layered effect. To make it look effective you will need to use more feathers for this look. For this picture, I used:

  • 8 black feathers (the bottom row)
  • 12 royal blue feathers (second row)
  • 12 green feathers (third row)
  • 11 turquoise feathers (top row and top of the bouquet holder)

Each color has its own row on the bouquet holder and I put one feather in every section (no alternating sections on the top and bottom rows). Then for the middle 2 rows (the second and third rows), I added in 4 extra feathers of each color to make them stand out.

Variation 7: Mix and Match Ostrich Feather Centerpieces

DIY: How To Make Feather Centerpieces | I have used different variations of these DIY ostrich feather centerpieces instead of floral arrangements at all kinds of wedding receptions and parties...a Great Gatsby party, Winter Wonderland party, 50th birthday party, Mardi Gras party, Valentine's Day party...you get the idea :). They are simple to put together and you will save a lot of money making them yourself! Click through to get the step by step instructions.
Peacock centerpiece

For my peacock-colored centerpiece, the feather colors were royal blue*, turquoise* and green*. I used this as part of the decor for my Mardi Gras masquerade party.

For this centerpiece look, you will need to alternate the feather colors as you insert them into the bouquet holder…so in this case, I used a royal blue feather, then a turquoise feather and then a green feather to get the mottled look.

Other than that, the instructions for putting them into the bouquet holder are the same as for the single color centerpiece.

The peacock at the bottom of the vase is meant to be an event decoration, but it goes pretty well with my centerpiece!


Hopefully, you now know how to make your own spectacular ostrich feather centerpieces and have some inspiration for dressing them up a little.

DIY Feather Centerpieces FAQs

Ostrich Feather Size Comarison
Ostrich Feather Size Comparison

As a recap, here are the answers to the questions I get asked the most about making ostrich feather centerpieces.

What Size of Ostrich Feathers Do I Need?

I generally use 12 – 14″ ostrich feathers*. They are easier to find in many different colors and cost less than the larger ones.

But if you want to create really luxurious ostrich feather centerpieces, you might want to go for the 20″ – 24″ ostrich feathers*.

You can see the difference in the way they look in the picture above.  The vase is the same size in both cases.


How Many Ostrich Feathers Do I Need For A Centerpiece?

Each vase usually needs between 27 and 30 feathers to fill it out.

However, there is a little leeway.  If you want it to look fuller, add a few more feathers. If you want to save a little money, take a few out.


Where Can I Buy Ostrich Feathers?

I buy most of my feathers from amazon.com*. The prices are good, they have a wide selection of colors and you can return them easily if you don’t get what you want.

However, if you are buying in bulk and don’t mind waiting, I have also found some good deals on aliexpress.com*. Most of them ship from China so they may take a few weeks to arrive, and you do need to shop around to make sure you are getting a good price.


What Size Of Vase Do I Need?

I use 20″ Eiffel Tower vases for all of my ostrich feather centerpieces.

However, both the shorter 16″ vases and the taller 24″ vases will work.  Generally, if you are using a shorter vase, you will want to go with shorter feathers. If you are using a taller vase, the longer ostrich feathers will look best.


How Do The Feathers Stay There?

Bouquet holders* are the easiest way to get the feathers to stay in place. The handle holds the bouquet holder steady in the vase, and the floral foam holds the feathers at the right angles.

I like to use the ones that have plastic dividers over the tops of them. It makes spacing the feathers out evenly much easier.

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  • Hi how are you, I found your pin and am making a center piece for an upcoming event. I just had a question on one of your additions. What directions would you give to someone when Hanging Crystals or Beads From the Feathers? I bought all the materials but do not know how to go about this step.

    Please respond as soon as seeing this! Thank you

    • Hi Toni Ann…I usually start by hanging the end of the string of beads/crystals over the stem of one of the feathers that is on the bottom layer, pretty close to the vase. Then let out some of the crystals so that they are draping down about half way down the vase and hang the bead string over the stem of the next feather on the bottom row. Keep going around the vase the same way looping the string over the feathers on the bottom row until you get back to the starting point. I like to change up the distance that the string falls down between the feathers (that way if they don’t stay exactly in place when you move the vases, no-one can really tell). Then do the exact same thing for the feathers on the next row up…this time hang the beads a little further out from the vase. If you want to hang both crystals and beads, change over to the other type of string for the second row. When you are finished those 2 layers, take a look at it and see if you like it. If it doesn’t look like enough, you can keep going with a third row, one level up and a little further out again. You probably can’t go up much further than the third layer of feathers because the beads will cause the top feathers to droop. But if you still want to have more crystals, you can try repeating the same process to one of the layers of feathers you have already done but further out on the stem. Once you’re finished stringing the beads/crystals, take a look at it and adjust anything that doesn’t look right. Hopefully this helps!

    • Hi Stacey…If you have time to wait for shipping, you can go to aliexpress.com and search for Purple ostrich feathers…you should see a bunch of options for different feather sizes, quantities and prices. There’s also a weddingfeathers Etsy shop. Both of these ship from China so it usually takes a couple of weeks for them to arrive (although you might be able to pay for rush shipping). If you want to be able to get them quickly, try save-on-crafts.com (but they will probably be more expensive). Hope this helps! Wanda.

  • When you put the beads on the feathers do you just let them hang? or do you put glue dots or hot glue on it? i’m having trouble getting them to stay

    • Hi Toniann…I just hung the beads on there, but they do move around a bit. I think either glue dots or hot glue or even velcro dots would work if you want to make sure they stay in the right place.

    • Hi Toniann…I just had another thought. I haven’t tried this but I think it might work pretty well…you could try using something else rather than the feathers to hold up the beads. I’m thinking something like the wood skewers you would use for shish kabobs, or maybe even straws. Cut them short enough so they don’t stick out through the feathers (you might want to paint them the same color as the feathers if you can see them). Then you can put your glue dots or velcro dots on the skewers, stick them in the bouquet holder between the feathers and hang the beads from there. They might be a little sturdier and it would be a little less messy than trying to stick things directly on the feathers.

  • hello this is beautiful. i am hosting a 50th birthday celebration for my mom. a masquerade theme. purple black and gold. i would love to use this idea. where can i get the items to purchase. also its in December. your ideas are just wonderful.

    🙂 thank you

    • Thanks Jody-Ann! Your party sounds like it will be beautiful, too…Purple, black and gold look great together!

      I think you could do black vases with black and purple feathers and dip the ends of the feathers in gold glitter (you can find the instructions for that here: Great Gatsby Party gold-tipped feathers). Or you could use a clear glass vase and fill it up with gold mardi-gras beads if you want more of the gold. I don’t know if you saw it, but I did a Mardi Gras masquerade party which you might be able to get some ideas from (it was purple, green and gold so just switch out the green for black).

      I buy a lot of the supplies for my parties from amazon.com (you can find the links for the feather centerpiece supplies here: Feather Centerpieces product links. You can also try cvlinens.com, efavormart.com or koyalwholesale.com…I usually search all of them to find the best price for what I want.

      I hope this helps…good luck with your party!

  • thank you for replying. i actually thought i wouldnt get a respond. however i just purchase some clear glass vase. i was looking for some deals to get the feathers in bulk. i guess ill stick to amazon. i only have 7 tables. approximately how many feathers should be in one vase. ill check out the gatsby party. i have a question. what can i do for masks? i feel like im behind schedule party is dec 17 lol

    thanks again for all the help.
    blessings to you always.

    • Hi Jody-Ann…for bulk feathers, try searching for Ostrich Feathers on aliexpress.com. They have a lot of sellers (some bulk and some not) that generally have better prices but you do have to compare. Most of them are shipping from China so it takes a couple of weeks to get here. If you order soon, you should still have time.

      You will need 25 to 30 feathers per vase (depending on how full you want them to look).

      For the masks…it depends on how fancy you want them to be 🙂 You can get pretty inexpensive masks from most of the party stores – Party City or shindigz.com. If you want a bigger choice of colors and styles, try the Mardi Gras stores – mardigrasoutlet.com or emardigrasbeads.com.

      You still have a little time to pull it together so don’t stress too much 🙂

    • Hi Carol…Ostrich feathers should not be hard to “fluff”. You should just be able to shake them out or run your fingers through them to get them to open. If that doesn’t work, I think you probably have the wrong kind of feathers. If you still have the package, check that they are ostrich feathers (maybe they made a mistake and sent you the wrong thing?). If you’re still not sure, send me a picture of one of them and I can probably tell you. Hope you get it sorted out!

  • Hi, I want to add flowers in with the feathers…. orchids hanging down and other flowers mixed in. Would you put the feathers in first? And would you glue the orchids in? Thanks,
    Rose

    • Hi Rose…that sounds beautiful! Yes, I would put the feathers in first. I think I would try just draping the flowers on the feathers without gluing them to see if they stay. Then if they don’t stay where you want them, you can always go back afterwords and add some glue (maybe try glue dots or velcro dots which would be a little less messy than regular glue).

  • hey how are you. i would like to send you a email of a test that i did .im currently waiting on the gold beads . also how do i tie the beads. they all falling down smh

    • Hi Jody-Ann…I’m good…how are you? I would love to see a picture of how it turned out!

      For the beads falling off, here’s a few suggestions:

      • If they are sliding down the feathers towards the vase, maybe try adjusting the feathers so that they are sticking out straighter (or move the beads onto ones that are already sticking out at less of an angle).
      • If they are sliding the other way off the end of the feathers, then you may need to move the bead strands in closer to the vase (they won’t stay if they more than about 1/3 of the way out on the feather).
      • If they are pulling off the feathers from the weight of the beads, you could try wrapping the strand around a few of the feathers to keep it in place. Or maybe a few twist ties would help?
      • Hope that helps!

  • Hello
    In the one that has the pink glimmer lights in the feathers, what technique did you use for that? How did you place the lights and how do they stay in place? Thanks!

    • Hi Kaela…I strung them through the feathers (something like lights on a Christmas tree), starting with the battery pack end close to the vase and working my way out. Those glimmer light strings are very light weight so they pretty much stay in place. The tricky part is hiding the battery pack which is heavier. I stuck it on top of the bouquet holder between the feathers at the top of the arrangement, so the bouquet holder was carrying the weight and the feathers made sure it didn’t fall off. You could probably use some glue dots or velcro dots to hold it on there if you wanted to make sure it didn’t move. Hope this helps!

    • Hi Toni…I usually use 27 to 30 feathers per vase (that’s what I used for the pictures with the white feathers…they are 20″ feathers). If you want a really full look, you can add a few more, but it gets a little harder to position the stems in the bouquet holder because they run into each other.

  • Sheila,
    I have a 24″ trumpet vase and I would like to buy black and red feathers. I think I would like the size to be 20-24″ feathers. Question how many do I buy black and how many in red. Or do I buy 20″-24″ in black and 14″ in red. I hope you can help me. This is my first time doing feathers as a centerpiece

    • Hi Sheila…When I’m using two colors of feathers, I usually put in 2/3 one color and 1/3 of the other color. Since it normally takes 27 to 30 feathers to do one vase, I would do 18 to 20 black feathers with 9 or 10 red ones. I haven’t tried using 2 different sizes of feathers in one vase, but it might work if you want to make sure black is the dominant color.

  • I think it’s fantastic that someone who does this for a livelihood would share so openly with everyone .
    I say this because it seem to me people are so selfish .God bless you Wanda and may your store room never be empty ,because you have a good heart.

    • Thanks, Eunice! I firmly believe that you get out of life what you give. Not everyone can afford to hire someone to make these kinds of decorations…but if you’re willing to do the work, you can still create a beautiful setting for yourself. I’m happy to help make that happen 🙂

    • Thank you so much for sharing. My only daughter has been with her husband since they were 15 years old. They are now 30. They did not have a wedding but are now having a 15 year anniversary party. Your decorative ideas are excellent. Thank you!

  • Hello Wanda, You are A Blessing If I can send you this picture I’m trying to make feathers crystal centerpiece with lights, Can you Please Tell me Step By Step What To Buy and How to make it. It’s For My Wedding.

    • Hi Patricia…Congratulations on getting married! I will update the instructions on the site and send you a link when I’m done (should be later this week or early next week at the latest).

  • hi Wanda,

    I am currently looking into making some centerpieces for my Mothers 50th Birthday. I’m trying to order the feathers first. Going off of everything I read thus far from you. Does 40-45cm size , 25 to 30 feathers for each centerpiece sound about right? And if I calculate correct that is going to run me more then $600 in just feathers? I need to make 15 centerpieces.

    Help please lol

    • Hi Jocelyn…yes, I think you have the size and number of feathers correct. So for 15 centerpieces, you will need between 375 and 450 feathers. If you look for bulk feathers sold in 100-piece packages, you can usually find them for about $100, which would come out to about $400 in feathers. Hope that helps!

  • Hi Wanda, your instructions are just what I needed. I am holding a 1920s murder mystery dinner for Macmillan nurses and a vase with ostrich feathers and pearls will be my centrepiece. Thanks for the inspiration, from Stephanie

    • Hi Stephanie…I’m happy the feather centerpiece instructions were helpful. Good luck with your murder mystery dinner (It sounds like fun!)

  • Hi Wanda
    Love your site. I want to make these feather centerpieces on a small scale
    for a charity dinner dance. The tables will already have Balloon Bouquets in the center
    in Black, white and gold so the centerpiece must be small. I’m thinking a 12″ vase
    How can I place the feathers and beads without using the Bouquet Holder as I think
    it may be too big and also what size feathers would you recommend….I’m new to this and badly in need of assistance.
    Thanks

    • Hi Gary…I think you could cut a piece of floral foam to the size you need and stick a small dowel in the bottom of it to hold it straight in the vase. Usually, I use feathers that are the same length as the height of the vase…so for a 12″ vase, I would use 12″ feathers. But you can get away with going a little bit smaller than that (8″ – 10″ feathers) if you want to keep the centerpiece size as small as possible. Hope that helps!

  • Hi Wanda, I want to create a feather piece to go on top of my crystal chandelier centerpiece and wanted to know what type of floral foam …if any …. would I need to use?

    • Hi Terri…I think the easiest way would be to buy floral foam balls (or blocks) and cut them to the size that you need. That way you can make sure they’re the right size. Since you’re not using it for flowers, dry floral foam is the easiest to work with (and usually less expensive than wet floral foam). You can find it on amazon if you search for “dry floral foam”. Hope that helps!

      • Hi Wanda,
        You’re so Awesome!!!… Thank you for your quick response and solution to My problem. ❤

    • Hi Nancy…I usually have the feathers hanging down far enough that you don’t really notice the bouquet holder. But if you can still see it, there’s a few options for hiding it: 1. Wrap the top of the vase with ribbon or beads/crystals that match your decor and hide the handle. 2. Use a dark-colored or frosted glass vase so you can’t see through it as well. 3. Fill the vase with vase filler that also covers the handle. Hope that helps!

  • Hi wanda! I’m having a masquerade Wedding in 6 days and I have your feather centerpiece idea and have 7 large vases. The bouquet holder was too small for the mouth of my vase so I used a styrafoam Ball. It looks amazing. However how long will these stay erect? Can I make all 7 and not worry about them for the next 6 days?

    • Yes, they should be fine. If I get lazy between parties, I sometimes don’t take mine apart and they’re still fine a few weeks later…so 6 days should be no problem. Have fun at your wedding!

  • Hy thanks for the pin. I am having a bday party 50 for my hubby. The colors are navy and gold. The chairs are gold. I have clear vase. What color feathers should I use. Please feel free to share link. I noticed you said white is pilpular but I don’t think it will match my decor.

    • Hi Johanne…I agree, white would probably stand out too much against your decor. I think gold feathers would be pretty. Or maybe a two-toned vase with blue and gold feathers. The only issue you might have with that is finding blue feathers that are dark enough. Most of the blue feathers are more royal blue than navy (which would probably still look good, but that would depend on how true you want to stay to your colors). If you click on the ostrich feather links in the post, it will take you to Amazon sellers that have different colors of feathers (or you can just do a search on Amazon for gold ostrich feathers and a bunch of options should come up). Hope that helps!

  • Hi Wanda,
    I’m thinking of using the 24″ vases for my centerpieces because I don’t want them to be in the way of people trying to talk while sitting down. How top heavy are these with the large feathers in them?

    • Hi Debbie…I haven’t had any problems with the feathers being too top heavy. As long as they are evenly distributed around the vase, they don’t seem to affect the balance of the vase. Having said that, the vases themselves can be a bit unstable because of how tall they are, so I usually stick them down with a few velcro dots.

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