Post # 1
It seems like centerpieces for rectangular tables can be so much pricier (I still haven’t figured out how many ppl are seated at them, but my florist thinks these tables are pricier per person). I’ll find out for sure before I decide. Any suggestions, pics, etc. are welcome.
Which of these centerpieces do you think is least expensive? How much do you think it’ll probably cost from a good florist in an expensive area? Thanks in advance again, bees.
B: (it’d probably take 2-3 of these per table)
C: (but w/ purple flowers)
D: (but w/ purple flowers instead)
E: (but w/ purple flowers instead)
F: (but split into 3 separate clumps along the table)
Post # 3
You have very lovely taste! I really like your color palate. “B” is definately your most cost effective option. Carnations are nice and inexpensive. (the very ones I referenced in your cascade post actually) The others are gonna cost signifigantly more based on flower types and labor, transport, etc.
Ask about carnation balls- going up and down the tables at various heights. the floral is cheap, you can place them atop glass cylinders of varying heights or directly on the table with votives… you could become an avid goodwiller and collect the “eclectic” vaseware yourself and provide that. Cheaper than renting from the florist for a day. Alternate with glass and floating candles to keep the table full and floral cost down.
OR- Have ONE TALL arrangement on each rectangle table and rows of votives on either side down the length of the table.