Post # 1
I just wanted to share this with you all. My florist emailed me the pictures for my centerpiece mock up. I will be making some changes like Hydrangeas instead of carnations and I will have garden roses instead of the standard roses.
The venue will also have pink uplighting. What do you all think…Any suggestions?
Post # 4
AWWW I love it too, It very pretty and I think it would look wonderful at your venue. How much is your florist charging you for each centerpiece? I only ask casue I was looking for that kinda centerpiece for my wedding but still havent gone to see florist.
Post # 5
Thanks it is going to be around $950 for 25 centerpieces which is supper cheap! I know the girl that is doing them and I am one of her first customer. Since she is trying to built up her portfolio she is giving me a great deal!
Post # 6
I totally agreed with the hydrangreas.. She can add a few roses to it.. And the crystal gives a elegant look.. She is giving u a good price. I am using almost the same for my wedding and it actually coming up close to the price u are getting. The different is that i got a silver trumper instead so if more expensive.
Post # 7
I like the first one with the hanging bling, and $950 is a steal
Post # 8
I like the first one the best!
Post # 9
YOu are lucky. She is basically doing it for free! I was chanrged in the $$$$
Post # 11
Crazy question…How are they making the arrangements in the vase without showing the stems in the vase? Do they put some kind of foam on the top and then stick the flowers into the foam? I really need to know because my wedding venue is doing the arrangements and everything I have seen them do shows 1000 stems! It kinda looks like they just take a bunch of flowers and stick them in a vase with water. I want this dome shapped look and no stems showing!
Post # 12
usually a styrofoam ball is used and the flowers and cut and attached to it.
Post # 13
These are both beautiful and the hydrangeas will be a great addition. I like the hanging crystals, very pretty! What a deal too!!!
Post # 14
Love the idea of keeping the hanging crystals and adding the hydrangeas!
Post # 16
- Wedding: February 2014 - Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
I actually like as is but I am sure your alterations will be perfect as well.