I found these lovely glass votive holders is the Dollar Spot (just can't stay away!) at Target this week.
They came in several other colors (a dark green and a bright blue), but I liked the clear ones the best. They have a metal hanger and were designed to hold a tea light. I will absolutely use these as candle holders at some point, but I thought they would also make an adorable "garland of vases".
To do this, I just strung a bunch of the votives together with some wire. I used eight votives for my garland and I just wrapped the wire (use a heavy duty gage to support the weight of all the glass, water, and flowers) many times around each handle, spacing them at even intervals and leaving extra length at each end for tying purposes. Then, I just filled each holder with water and a tiny bouquet of these happy little daisies (it's been very hot here the past few days, so I am in a summery mood).
I will ultimately make more of these and hang them along my porch railing, but I temporarily strung them across my front walk so that you could get a better idea of how they look.
If you were having an evening function, I think it would also be very pretty to alternate votive candles and flowers. And you can obviously use any type of flower - why not just change them out when something new blooms in the garden. These would also be nice running down the aisle at an outdoor wedding. Or just as a pretty decoration for no reason at all!