(Closed) Ordering Centerpieces

posted 10 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
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16 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: April 2009

I haven’t heard of any online places to order centerpieces from. Have you tried to negotiate with the place, possibly change for less expensive flowers that have the same feel. Sorry, I’m not much help.

Post # 4
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62 posts
Worker bee

Have you thought about DIY for your centerpieces?  There are a lot of places that will sell you bulk flowers online, and you could put them in clear glass vases from Hobby Lobby or Michael’s.  I’m doing mine [with pumpkins as vases, for an October wedding] and my total floral cost is under $300- that includes bouquets, bouts, and 17 centerpieces.

Otherwise, I just googled ‘wedding centerpieces’ and this came up:  http://www.fiftyflowers.com/flowers/Centerpieces_288.htm

Good luck!

Post # 6
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570 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2009

Costco does roses, $15.99 for two dozen.  I’m getting all the flowers for our wedding (boquet, bouts, centerpieces, other decorations) for $400.  They’re pretty good roses, too… We just had some in a boquet that lasted over a week while looking new the whole time.  Putting them together is easy, too!  That $15.99 price is in Seattle, but I imagine they are pretty comparable in other cities.

Post # 7
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1045 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2008

Check out the wedding flowers from Proflowers.com– they have packages that include centerpieces, bouquets, bouts, etc.  The website says that if there are any problems with your flower delivery, they will arrange with a local florist for replacements, as well.

I’ve not used them for wedding flowers, but have been very happy with other arrangements from them over the past couple of years.  Just another option, if you don’t want to go the total-DIY route…

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