(Closed) Flowers in Votive Holders??

posted 8 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

My only concern would be tipping. You might want to use a lighter flower rather than a bloom that’s heavy. OR find a vase that offers a bit more weight (maybe room for a stem to go down, so you could put a bit more water in it). The single bloom will be gorgeous!

Keep in mind though that in September peonies are REALLY expensive so you may want to talk to your florist about what big bloomed flowers are available and go from there.

Here’s a few photos that aren’t SPOT on what you’re looking for, but I think somewhat close.

Post # 4
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

You certainly can do it but the size of your centerpiece but be a little insignificant. After all, you are talking about your centerpiece having a diameter of one flower- 3-4 inches at most.

You don’t have to buy one to try it out. Take an artificial flower of the size you envision to the store that sells the votive holders. See if you like the look and think it will be enough.

 Even at tables served family style, a group of 3 of the votive holders would only take up a few inches.

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