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centerpeices?

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Re: centerpeices?

  • edited December 2011
    We are buying the $20 flower arrangements from the local Costco store in our wedding colors. For the cocktail hour we are serving 2buck chuck from Trader Joe's in a variety of flavors plus cube cheeses, grapes and crackers from Costco. And since going with the on-site caterer for 200 people will cost us $8600 we are buying different pasta dishes from the local Italian restaurant for $750 + the $2500 linens fee for $3250, a savings of $5350. I'm glad my Momma taught me how to bargain shop.
  • edited December 2011
    We are doing submerged centerpieces with tulips, orchids and cherry blossoms.  There will be 3 on each table, one is 18", one is 12" and the other is 8" tall.  On top of each tubular vase that the flowers are in will be a floating candle. 
  • edited December 2011
    In my bio.  I went to the Flower District in LA.  Vases were around $2 or $3 (tall ones) and I ended up using fake flowers to save on costs.  i know people say that's tacky but I truly did not care. 
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