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Any ideas on a disposable vase? - sorry long

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Okay - so the centerpieces at our resort cost $50 a piece. They are fairly small so we will need to have 10 at the most. The dinner setup is long tables that seat 10. so I was thinking of putting two at each table.

 

Well - I was thinking can't we just go to a florist there and buy some flowers instead of paying that enormous price tag? We'll be there early enough - plus I will have enough aunts and grandmothers and girl friends there to help get this task done.

 

I don't want huge arrangements with tons of flowers - I think less is more, so something simple will do.

 

The problem is, I just don't know what to use for a vase. I do not want to take 10 glass vases on an airplane. I was looking on line and found something called Vox - it's a disposable vase, but i can't find any vendors here in the US.

 

So after looking at them, what they really look like are fancy boxes with a plastic liner for water. That is easy enough to do don't you think? I just need some sort of a container. Nothing too tall or too wide and something I can take with me and pack flat.

 

Let me know if you guys have any ideas.

 

Thanks!

Celina

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Are you set on flower centerpieces?? If not, maybe your wedding coordinator or if you aren't having one of those the resort coordinator can get you a hurricane w/ a candle and sand like I and a bunch of others are using. I am renting mine from my wc for $12 each...

 

Then if you still want flowers (I don't know what flowers you are using) you can use the tops only and place them randomly around the tables or rose petalshuh.gif

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You can get large shells and fill them in with sand and smaller shells once you got there, and you can put a small picture frame stand with a note and make it a theme.

 

Also, if you want containers. The Container Store has clear square boxes that all different sizes and different. You could take off the lid and use the container alone.

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You can also ask your wedding coordinator to rent you vases only. Then you add your own flowers. I think you could probably get them for under $10 a piece.

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