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Floral vs. Non Floral Centerpieces

I really love the candelabra centerpieces from Lindsay London.   I was quoted $60 per piece with an additional $175 set up and tear down fee.  I am wondering if this is really any cheaper than flowers?  I have not contacted any florists yet so I am trying to get a rough estimate of what an average floral centerpiece costs.  This is one of the areas I am trying to save money in so I'm not sure if the candelabras will actually be a savings in the long run? Anyone else know of vendors that rent candelabras in the area?  Preferably black or silver?  I've contacted a few but I really feel that Lindsay London's look the most elaborate.  I'm also not opposed to buying ones that are comparable to Lindsay's but I cannot find any for a cheaper price.

 

Re: Floral vs. Non Floral Centerpieces

  • Due to budget we didn't do floral centerpieces. We opted to use the hurricane vases the venue had with glass stones on a mirror. We only had to provide the candle. So, sorry not much help, but we were happy without any flowers and it still looked nice.
  • mlg78mlg78 member
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    Nobody will remember your centerpiece but you so it seems a little silly to spend so much. My venue provided gorgeous centerpieces free of charge so we just went with those... I used Roses for Weddings for my flowers and Ety was great to work with and very reasonable. While I didn't do floral centerpieces, she does great ones at what seems to be a reasonable price. She did my chair covers so I picked my flowers up from her there while she was setting them up so that saved me on delivery for my flowers, too! www.rosesforweddings.com


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