Wedding Centerpieces Messages in this topic - RSS

Wedding Centerpieces Messages in this topic - RSS

Hkemp143243
Hkemp143243
Posts: 72 Pottstown, PA May 31, 2010
I was thinking of putting some flowers in a vase with crystals in the bottom and votives around the base, then some rose petals. too. What do you think?
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LiveWire99Ent
LiveWire99Ent
Posts: 18 May 31, 2010
May I ask what type of flowers? Are they roses as well? Size/shape vase? You may email me directly if you like info@livewire99.com
bloomer
bloomer
Posts: 11 May 31, 2010
If that is all the budget allows I'm sure you'll do a fine job & they'll look lovely. The look has been done however;any way to personalize them to more reflect you? If you want guests to take them home make sure the vases are of a manageable size, and provide bags for carrying.
DesertLightWeddings
DesertLightWeddings
Posts: 130 May 31, 2010
Hkemps87 wrote:
I was thinking of putting some flowers in a vase with crystals in the bottom and votives around the base, then some rose petals. too. What do you think?


What I tell the brides I work with, is this is your wedding and reception and you make it how you want. Personally I think this sounds very nice. I like simple yet elegant. A recent wedding the bride took a vase (cylinder), had 1 silk flower with a curved stem, and the crystals in the bottom. She got square mirrors to set the vase on and then added the votives around the base. Elegant, very classy and very reasonable. I just did the centerpieces for a charity event and went with silk flowers (wild colors), beach sand, sea shells and looked great and now they are in my daughter's and my homes.

Robbie
Hkemp143243
Hkemp143243
Posts: 72 May 31, 2010
Flowers are going to be roses and orchords(spelling) and the vases are small round ones. We are on a 1000 budget and having a small 20 person wedding at our apartment. I will be adding some Fuschia ribbon
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LiveWire99Ent
LiveWire99Ent
Posts: 18 June 1, 2010
I believe I have an idea for you, that incorporates your flowers, $1 store globes or WalMart, ribbon and glue gun (smile). Please email me and I'll send you over an email with the details and I think there is a video you can watch how to do part of it. Hope you'll like the idea. Please shoot me an email to info@livewire99.com and I'll answer it as soon as I can.
hocke447334
hocke447334
Posts: 9 June 4, 2010
I think that sounds beautiful! I love it, =). I was planning on putting clear crystals on the tables and a vase with flowers in the middle, xP. (Still unsure of what flowers though, =P).
Hkemp143243
Hkemp143243
Posts: 72 June 4, 2010
yeah we are in a small apartment and only having like maybe 10 guests or so. So we only have 1 or two centerpieces. Its a casual affair so we are having a homemade meal and minimal decor.
sbarn443751
sbarn443751
Posts: 190 June 16, 2010
Would be okay that part of the centerpieces be used as party favors? I am doing a beach theme wedding. And I was going to make my centerpieces with a vase, candle, sand, colored rocks, and shells. I was going to make several big ones and small ones.
Hkemp143243
Hkemp143243
Posts: 72 June 16, 2010
Yea you can give them away and you can even donate them to a local hospital or nursing home to briten up someones days
sbarn443751
sbarn443751
Posts: 190 June 17, 2010
What are you doing for centerpieces? I have found several pictures of centerpieces and most of them you can make on your own instead of paying an arm and a leg for them.
Hkemp143243
Hkemp143243
Posts: 72 June 17, 2010
flowers in vases and crystals with candles
sbarn443751
sbarn443751
Posts: 190 June 19, 2010
What I am doing for my centerpieces is a small glass vase, use natural sand, with either lavendar rocks or ocean blue rocks, sented small voltive candles already in a small jar, and put seashells around the edges of the jar.
Hkemp143243
Hkemp143243
Posts: 72 June 19, 2010
Scented candle can be a small problem if you have nose sensitive guests. Try unscented and just place some flowers around for scent. Candles are the worst if they are scented
sbarn443751
sbarn443751
Posts: 190 June 19, 2010
I am wondering if they have unsented candles that are lavendar and ocean blue without the sents. I did not even think of that.
Hkemp143243
Hkemp143243
Posts: 72 June 19, 2010
yeah
lokie
lokie
Posts: 2 June 21, 2010
sbarnhart1974 wrote:
I am wondering if they have unsented candles that are lavendar and ocean blue without the sents. I did not even think of that.


There are many make your own kits for candles at craft stores or on line. Very simple to make. You can add what ever color you want and don't have to use any scent. Also I found some great candles at Flowerfactory.com. They have local stores also if you do a search for them. They are a supplier of all kinds of party things not just flowers.
sbarn443751
sbarn443751
Posts: 190 June 21, 2010
I'll look that email address up later when I have more time. Thanks
sbarn443751
sbarn443751
Posts: 190 June 22, 2010
I just looked up flowerfactory.com the web page came up as a problem.
info640429
info640429
Posts: 6 March 4, 2011
Hi. We rent ostrich feather centerpieces, 50 different color Spandex vases and many color ostrich feathers to choose from. We ship
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Guest March 4, 2011
I have been to several weddings where they give the center pieces away to the person at the table whose birthday is closest to the wedding date of the bride and groom. It is a lovely gesture.
BeyFavors
BeyFavors
Posts: 16 March 7, 2011
I think the idea is great. A few suggestions to add some variety would be to use another type of flower. There are elegant centerpieces that use one single slightly over the top flower in a vase as the centerpiece. Another idea would be to use the blooming flower under an upside down wine glass. I have pictures on my site http://weddingcandledecor.com/?p=1807 to give you a better idea. Hope that helps.

BeyFavors
http://www.beyfavorandgiftcompany.com

Guest March 9, 2011
That would be beautiful.you should go to michaels or hobby lobby and get the stones that are colored.
MAGEvents
MAGEvents
Posts: 27 March 15, 2011
Love it! You can get really inexpensive roses (markdown) from King Soopers or your local grocery store. They will drop the price on blooms that are past their prime. Depending on the color you are looking for, I got a dozen roses for 4.99 must last week. That's a good number of petals. Also Big Lots has very inexpensive candles, but Michael's sells 100 pack of tea lights for pretty cheap. Congrats on your wedding day.
MAGEvents
MAGEvents
Posts: 27 March 15, 2011
Oh and the stones.... if you need a big amount water pearls are a more affordable version (if you're putting them in the vases, not around the base) You can dye these with food coloring, I've even done neon colors!

Guest March 11, 2013
Hi Hkemps87.
It is a nice idea. Well, at home I have a vase with water beads at the bottom and a hydrangea on top of it. My friends say it was really nice and so I kept maintaining my centerpiece.
-EvanG

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Evan Gregory
Passmore's Flowers
http://www.passmoresflowers.com
190 King George Rd
Brantford, Ontario, Canada N3R 5L3
(519) 752-5402
MyBelovedNYC10036
MyBelovedNYC10036
Posts: 107 May 5, 2013
check out this blog. You may like what you see. I think it's elegant and easy to do yourself. http://decorhacks.com/2013/03/diy-wedding-centerpiece-rustic-elegance/

Guest June 12, 2013
Look at some of the things I do, you might like them.
I sell and rent, ship and install.
Cheaper then flowers, last forever, no allergies, no hassle, no worries

https://www.facebook.com/PageCollectorForever/photos
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bessiehudson
bessiehudson
Posts: 1 September 28, 2013
Don't worry, planning a DIY wedding on a budget doesn't have to look as if a bunch of kids in kindergarten threw it together.
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trajuacarlos
trajuacarlos
Posts: 1 South Portland, ME October 28, 2013
Yea you can give them away and you can even donate them to a local hospital or nursing home to brighten up someones day
fourj1136853
fourj1136853
Posts: 1 March 24, 2014
A Beautiful flower for a best wedding rental is a must-have.
shepa1151616
shepa1151616
Posts: 1 manchester nh April 25, 2014
I like to make my own centerpieces of candles
MarioGipson
MarioGipson
Posts: 1 May 24, 2014
Well it’s a nice combination; however, I want to know that what type of flowers you are going to use. Whether they are real or silk. Personally I feel you should use silk flowers in wedding centerpiece. You can see their great variety on http://www.alltimeflowers.com/Roses-s/1825.htm#.U4B1w3aU7IU . The silk flower centerpiece will definitely set the mood in the wedding reception. For making it more attractive you should add succulents and put it on linens.
christinaroberts
christinaroberts
Posts: 4 June 27, 2014
It's a lovely idea. By this you can easily give a personal touch to your wedding. Put some orchids flowers and colorful candles to make it perfect and eye-catching.
jessy5324
jessy5324
Posts: 4 July 21, 2014
It's fantastic idea, and ideas of putting rose & votive is going to make centerpieces attractive.
info1247111
info1247111
Posts: 3 Rockville, MD 1 days ago
jessy5324 wrote:
It's fantastic idea, and ideas of putting rose & votive is going to make centerpieces attractive.




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melis1272096
melis1272096
Posts: 1 1 days ago
I was thinking along the same lines with the vase. I am thinking of using small glass vase bowls and putting crystals in the bottom with a little water for flowers to float. I think it will look beautiful, yet simple.

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