Centerpiece Ideas for a Las Vegas Theme

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Centerpiece Ideas for a Las Vegas Theme
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Vega-themed centrepieces make fitting table decorations for a number of different events from casino night fundraisers to a poker night with friends. Skip the trip to the party supply store to purchase ready-made Vegas-themed centrepieces and create your own simple centrepieces that will impress your guests.

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Silk Flowers

Floral centrepieces are one of the most common types of centrepieces used as they can be made to suit almost any occasion, and a Vegas-themed party is no exception. Create a royal flush, that is an ace, a king, a queen,a jack and a ten. Glue the cards together fanned out. Create a real or silk flower arrangement with flowers that match the colours on the cards. Use a card holder to place the fanned-out royal flush in the centre of the arrangement.

Flash

The Vegas strip is a place full of bright lights and flashy buildings. Bring a little bit of that feel to the tables at your Vega-themed event with a flashy centrepiece. Spray a pillar candle with spray adhesive. Roll the candle in a plate of gold glitter. Place the glittery candle in the centre of a glass plate and arrange a good amount of dice and poker chips around the candle.

Vegas Tree

Make a centrepiece that plays on your love of Christmas trees and ornaments by creating a Vegas version. Gather a bunch of small branches from your back yard or purchase some from a craft store. Spray paint the branches gold or black and put them in a tall glass vase. Make ornaments from cards, poker chips and dice. Hang the Vegas-themed ornaments on the branches to create a Vegas tree. Arrange a few tea candles around the base of the vase to complete the look.

Large Dice

Create your own oversized dice to use as a table decoration. Take foam cubes the size you want your dice to be. A good rule of thumb is the larger the table, the larger the dice. Create three or five dice--odd numbers work best--for each table. Cover the sides of the foam cubes with white felt. Cut circles from black felt to create the pips on each side of the dice. Messily arrange a half a deck of cards in the centre of the table by slowly dropping them and then swirling them around if necessary. Some cards should be face up and some face down. Stack the dice in a visually-pleasing manner in the centre of the table on the cards. You can also sprinkle a little glitter over the top of the dice and around them to add a slight sparkle to the decoration.

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