Post # 1
i’m wondering if any of you bees have seen/been to a wedding that had one vase per table, but each one was of a different height or shape. i remember reading martha stewarts website and she listed this as a way to keep the decor interesting to the eye, as long as all vases were made of the same material. i like the look of different heights and all the vases are glass, but would like to hear if any of you have actually seen this since i’m just not too sure how it will all look. i’ve only seen pics of centerpieces w/ multiple vases of different heights at each table. If you have any pics to post that would really help a lot 🙂
thanks so much!!
Post # 3
Yes, I have seen this done and it was lovely. The tables varied between a tall thinner glass vase with lots of floral / greenery punch at the top, to very low but wider (took up more of the table space) arrangements at other tables. The only thing I’ll say is that, having been seated at a table with the shorter arrangement, it did take up just a wee bit too much of the table, so if you go with this idea, be careful of that. But it really was beautiful, I think it’s a great idea!
Post # 4
I did that at my wedding, all square glass vases in different heights, some cubes some rectangular. I also tied things together with a brown ribbon around the base at the same height from the table on each one. I don’t know whether you can really see that in any of my pics, I don’t think I have a good photo of all the tables. But I think it will work for you!
Post # 5
I’m doing something like that. I went to various thrift stores and bought different vases/pitchers, all with the same vintage feel, and mostly with the same color (I’m doing very bad at sticking with one color scheme). I thought it would be fun to have all different centerpieces, and I’ll tie them together by having the same flowers in all of them.
Post # 6
Great – I’m glad to hear of others who did this, I was starting to think that maybe I was in over my head thinking I could pull it off! I like the idea of adding ribbon to all to tie them all together. I actually found a bunch of vases @ Marshalls & Ross at great prices!