Post # 1
I had my sample table visit with my florist today and I would like your honest opinion… I wanted some lower pieces for our rectangle /royal tables, but wanted to separate them so it didn’t look like a funeral arrangement lol. However now, i don’t know if the 2 pieces look too small and should ask that he put them together and then just keeP The smaller candles all around.
Also, for the same price, I have the option of a tall trumpet vase with very large cloud of babies breath. I was thinking of doing a few tables with those for some height (and I kinda like to mix it up) but then I’m scared the long table will look empty….
What do you guys think???
Post # 4
I think it’s very pretty! I think the sizes are just right.
May I be nosy and ask what the cost is?
Post # 5
I don’t like the arrangement on the left. It just looks… untidy, like it doesn’t really have a “center of being” if that makes sense. The one on the right looks like it’s meant to be together, and the one on the left looks… well, not so much.
If the flowers on the left matched the flowers on the right, it’d look fine.
Post # 7
Thanks, I didn’t catch that about the one on the left.
They’re costing me $96 per table befortable and setup ; )
Post # 8
The one on the left…is that a hydrangea? If so, it looks like the florist just stuck a rose or two in it and did nothing else. Can they arrange it differently? It doesnt look like a florist’s work. I would not pay $96 for that.
Post # 9
I think the concept of the centerpieces are beautiful but I also think the florist could have worked on execution a little bit. The centerpieces with the purple flowers sticking out just look sloppy. I would have them take those out and have them insert more roses. I wouldn’t pay $96/centerpiece with the way they are. I like the candles thought. Otherwise, the concept is very pretty and romantic.