Post # 1
I’m just curious. We are thinking we will have about 12 tables, and we are doing half the tables with one type of centerpiece, and the other half with another. At about $30-$40 each, the cost adds up! So I was wondering where everyone else is at, and feel free to post pictures as well. Here are mine [mock ups]:
Post # 3
Ours were around $70 I think.
Post # 4
Our are $120 each. We’re having two types of centerpieces. the tall ones are a large clear vase with white ostrich feathers and white hydrangea at the base. then the other centerpieces are a collection of 3 different height vases with different magenta flowers in each vase.
Post # 5
My centerpieces had cool water roses, green and purple hydrangeas, dendrobium orchids, phalaenopsis orchids, and anemones. Creating Atmosphere in Omaha created them for us for $75.00 each. The escort card table design was $100.00.
Post # 6
$75 each. I only need three, so we spent a bit more money on them. They will include garden roses, stock, ranunculus, mums, succulents, and manzanita branches. That price also includes our containers which will be wood.
Post # 7
We’re renting ours from our venue for $19 each :).
Post # 8
Mine are $28 each, including the vases. I bought all the vases at IKEA, there will be a center vase with hydrangea and carnation, and 3 bud vases with gerberas on each table.
Post # 9
dont have mine yet, high glass vases lots of flowers about $110 each and I didnt think that was bad for what I have been quoted. OH man maybe i need to re-think this!
Post # 11
I’m skipping centerpieces. We are having a nontraditional wedding and I don’t think they will be missed. Also the tables are pretty small and we need room for the bread.
But @joeyness11: I love yours, and if I were doing some, I would totally want those.
Post # 12
Mine are simple. I bought 3 old books from Goodwill for $5.00 each, bought a chine tea pot from Goodwill for $2.00 and I am filling the pot with 5 roses which work out to $2.00/rose. They are very cute and I cant wait to use them.
Post # 13
Approx. $170ish for tall orchids. We’re having just under 100 people, so we don’t need a ton of tables. I cut back on the ceremony flowers and cocktail hour flowers to have more grand reception flowers – I was hoping they would make more of an impact. We shall see.
Post # 14
The centerpieces I am getting are tall vases with blue balls and lights in and blue/white flowers and lilly grass on top. They come to about $120 a piece!
Post # 16
Mine are somewhere around $10 – $12