Post # 1
I’m on my way into Manhattan to go to Jamali Gardens, a wholesale garden store. I am trying to make my own centerpieces and save BIG TIME money. I was quoted $200 a centerpiece so now I’m on a mission to do this for way under that price!
This is the look that I’m looking for…..
I want a mixture of all these pictures
I’m getting married in a tent that obviously has really high ceiling and I feel like it needs some height …
Wish me luck!!!
and Give me ideas if you have any!!!!
Post # 3
Good luck!! This is the style I will be going for as well. I will be making mine too. Let us know how it goes!
Post # 4
Okay so I found an amazing place in Manhattan!!!! It’s on 28th between 6th and 7th!!!!! I thought that Jamali Gardens was going to be good.. I was WRONG… B&J Florist supply is way better. I got 4 vases 8×18 in. for $53. $30 cheaper than Jamali!!!!
I also got the exact branches i wanted from a store around the corner… it had allllllllll different branches! It was awesome. I don’t know what they are called though, all i remember is that it was something that starts with the letter M. hmm can you help??
Here they are
Sorry… That last one was side ways… wouldn’t rotate for some reason…
What are those branches??
Post # 5
@LizzieMo: They look like birch branches to me but I do believe the word you’re thinking of is manzanita?
Post # 6
@Mrs.ChubbyBunny: Thanks! I’m pretty sure it’s not Birch and I know they aren’t Manzanita… Manzanita are much thicker… hmmmmm I’lll have to call them tomorrow.
Post # 7
@LizzieMo: moutzata? or something like that haha? I think I know what you’re talking about! And yes that makes sense.
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They will certainly make great centerpieces. Just a note of caution, make sure your guests can see the persons across the table without obstruction.
Post # 10
I wanted curly willow but also wanted to hang votives…my florist said they should really be manzanita if i wanted to hang anything on them. Make sure to test that something will hang on them if you really want votives. I’m doing 2 types of manzanita centerpieces. One in tall vases with hydrangeas sitting on top and manzanitas coming off of that…should be about 3′ high. The others are similar to yours…manzanita in a base of hyndrageas…both with hanging votives. Here’s one inspiration: