(Closed) Help with Tall Centerpieces

posted 10 years ago in Decor
Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

What about using branches and wiring Cymbidium orchids to the branchs and dangle some candles or crystals?

Post # 5
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2007

I agree with using some kind of brandches- You see that a lot in magazines and whatnot, and it always looks beautiful!  We had tall centerpieces and ended up spending a little more than we wanted to (but we also had 38 tables!).  The thing we did to save money (and a lot was saved, according to our florist)– we ended up shopping at a discount store (I don’t know if you have Marc’s where you are?) and bought all of our vases.  It would have cost at least $15-$20 to rent each vase from our florist, but we ended up buying them for only $3-$7 each!  What a steal!  Even my florist was amazed at our find. And the best thing- our florist loved them so much that she bought some of them for us, and then our DOC convinced our venue to buy the rest! My husband and I kept one set (three different heights) as momentos, but we made our money back on the rest.  If you could do anything like this, it may end up saving some money in the long run.

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