Post # 1
I’m trying to get a gauge on what to expect for the money for centerpieces. How much were or how much will your centerpieces cost? Please share a picture of them or an inspiration photo if possible. If you have pricing for gold candelabra ones, you get extra brownie points haha.
Post # 3
We are making our own centerpieces and are able to borrow a lot of the parts. It works out to us spending just under $6 on each centerpiece (we have 30 tables). We might decide to add a couple votive candles to each table but that would still keep us under the $25 each mark.
Post # 4
You need a higher price range on your poll 🙂 Tall centerpieces in my area usually are around $150
Post # 5
$350/piece – crystal candelabras were a significant up charge.
Post # 6
@MrsR2014: ours were right around $25 per table. It includes a burlap square, flowers, metal birdcage, and LED flameless pillar candle.
Post # 7
Ours are included with the rental of the venue (as are the linens! score!). They’re the little lamps on each table. I like the way they look as-is and they play into my lazy/cheap sensibilities.
Post # 8
@mintblush: thanks. I added more options on the pool initially but it didn’t save it. Added more options again!
Post # 9
Mine would end up costing about $25-30 each, but I ended up having a giftcard to Pier 1 (where I’m getting vases/candle holders) and can order another one from credit card rewards that’ll make it closer to $5 each (we only need 7). I have been collecting corks for a while, so that’s taken care of too.
Here’s the inspiration pic:
Post # 10
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
@MrsR2014: I am DIYing mine and I am able to keep costs under $15 per centerpiece. My inspiration:
Post # 11
Ours were $45. Each we different and included airplants that I was able to keep!
Post # 12
I have silver candelabra centerpieces with white hydrangea and white roses. The lowest quote I received was $65 and the highest was well over $100.