Post # 1
Hi ladies 🙂
Do any of you know what the flower vase is called in this picture?
I’ve been trying to describe it to people and just can’t get my point across lol.
Post # 4
Yeah I was going to say goblet as well. Maybe ‘pedestal goblet’?
There has to be a florist around here somewhere that can enlighten us…
Post # 5
I think an urn vase, but I’m not positive. Isn’t that the colors Mrs. Duckling is using for her wedding?
Post # 6
Actually, for that kind of look maybe you can even get away with a champagne bucket.
Post # 7
hmmm…I’m going to google "goblet" and "urn vase" and see what it comes up with, thanks!
I’m wanting to use all ivory roses with ostrich feathers and pearl accents 🙂 I thought that would be pretty 🙂
Post # 8
Compote dish! I’ve seen some pretty antique glass ones you could probably pick up at thrift stores. Or even make them by gluing short candle hodlers to bowls.
Post # 9
I was thinking compote dish too! So I googled it and the pictures that came up are much like the one in your pic.
Post # 10
A compote dish! Thanks girls! Going to a thrift store is a great idea! Who doesn’t like saving money?
Thanks again for your help 🙂
Post # 11
- Wedding: June 2009 - Red Fish Grill
If you have a hard time finding enough of them, Jamali Garden offers them in both metal and glass. Right now, they’re having a 15% off sale on metal containers, which helps because they’re regularly priced at around $25. The 10" nickel bowl looks very similar to your photo, but may be a bit too tall.
I’m actually going with their antique silver glass pedestal vases, which are more affordable and available by the case at a slight discount. (I’ll need to use a plastic liner for them, since the silver doesn’t do well with water.)
Good luck! It’s a lovely vision that you have for your centerpieces. :o)