Post # 1
I’m in desperate need for ideas for my centerpieces. I am doing tall and short ones and no clue what I want to do for the short ones. I sent a pic to my florist for an awesome centerpiece from a fellow bee. She re-created it and and it not what i pictued at all and full of greens. I want little to no greens at all if possible. Does anyone have any pics from their weddings along those lines? I’m not particular on any specific flower, I just want dark pink. light pink and white. I googled a lot of differnet images that I love but realize that each centerpiece is probably insanely expensive!
Post # 3
Why don’t you just tell your florist that you are not happy with what she showed you, give her your guidelines (color, no filler, etc) and overall budget and she can come up with something else?
Most florists probably don’t get it the exact way you want it in the first try…
It will help the cost for you to ask them to pick flowers that will be in season. Hydrangeas paired with other flowers can be an inexpensive way to have a fuller look to a centerpiece.
Post # 4
We did hydrangea – blue and blue and I don’t remember much green. Had I ordered them with enough time to see a sample, I would have asked to mix another flower in but ultimately they looked good alone as well.
Post # 5
Thanks! I did email the florist back and say easy on the greens. I was just surprised b/c I told her a few times that I don’t like a lot of greens.So hopefully, it will be closer to what I want now.