Post # 1
My venue is including these centerpieces at no extra charge. My wedding colors are gray yellow and white. Although I’m not completely crazy about them, they are FREE! and would save me a couple of hundred dollars. My questions is how can I jazz them up? Only the vase and flowers are included (not the charger).
Post # 3
You could get some glass bowls, set the vases inside, fill with ice, and then get some of those submergible Floralytes (maybe two per bowl). It would light them up.
I like lighted things for the reception. I am building photocubes and then lighting them on the inside so people can see the pictures.
Post # 4
Hang crystal strands down from the flowers.
Post # 5
The first thing I thought of was what hmaxwell77 already said. So there goes that idea. LOL!
Post # 6
I was going with the crystal idea also. lol
I would also add some tall grasses from the flowers! (bladed grasses)
Votives around the bottom…. Turn wine glasses upside down and put a votive candle on the base…. Variate the sizes of glasses. Thrift store time! Add a flower under the glass.
Post # 7
I’m simple. I like lots of votive candles.
question: are the flowers they are providing going to be real or are they faux?
Post # 8
Thanks for the advice everyone. @bellenga the flowers are faux, I’m debating between votives and rose petals and votives and those little faux diamonds.
Post # 9
How about adding a few feathers to the flowers and then hanging some crystals down also. I like the wine glass idea of turning them upside down in various heights, putting flowers under the glass and a votive/tea light holder on top of it. Sprinkle some petals and crystals and put it all on a mirror! Look for all you can at thrift stores and dollar stores!
Post # 10
I really like the crystals and feathers ideas.
I would also definitely add somehing around the base. PPs have suggested votives, but I might do some small vases with flowers too. I’m using a set of three of those same tower vases for some of my centerpieces and my florist said that without some volume at the base, she thought it might look too sparse on the table. So we’re doing three of those tall vases, three small cups with roses at the base, and six votives.