Imagine this: Youâ€™re planning a bridal shower brunch for 80 (yes, 80) guests. The invitations have been sent, the favors ordered, the menu set and venue booked. The only thing that remains in this large-scale production is deciding on and making the centerpieces for the tables. This is the dilemma facing a good friend right now, and so Iâ€™m looking to you, dear readers, for a solution. Flower arrangements can be expensive so weâ€™re seplaceing for some creative ideas that we can execute ourselves on a manageable budget. Weâ€™ve been looking into big, scene-stealing flowers, like peonies and hydrangeas, which might be able to do the job of bigger bouquets with fewer stems. Iâ€™m also intrigued by the idea of Martha Stewartâ€™s paper flower tutorial as a craftier option but please, weigh in! Have any flower suggestions to share? Know of a great, executable centerpiece strategy you could pass along? Sound off in comments! — Sarah C.