These standard bar glasses have been retrofitted to work for your centerpieces–in much larger versions that are contemporary, eye-catching and add a little umph to your tabletop. If you are looking for some umph you might want to look at renting or purchasing some of these.
Bubble bowls, or fish bowls as they are also called, are a standard for wedding receptions. They are simple, elegant and give a nice pop of color to your table top. Or you can dress them up a little more and step outside the box, per say, and jazz them up a little.
Congratulations to Shena and Evan married five years ago on November 8th at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Downtown Houston followed by the reception at Sweetwater Country Club in Sugarland. Thanks for LZ Floral Design be a part of your wedding celebration.
Congratulations to Melissa and Bret on five years of marriage today. They were married November 1, 2008 at Bellville United Methodist and had the reception at her grandmother’s house close by. It was a beautiful wedding and I was happy to be a part of it. Congrats to you both.
Glass cylinder vases–yes of course I have those to rent. Every height and every width imaginable. What if I don’t have the exact size you want? That’s easy, I can buy it and add it to my rental inventory. I have much more use for 20, 20″ cylinders then you do probably. However that is not all I have in my inventory. Rectangular vases, cube vases, pilsner vases, satellite vases, trumpet vases, inverted trumpet vases. Silver vases–yep those can be rented. Do you need lanterns? How about an arch? Today we can just look at the cylinders then I will expand upon my rental piece inventory over the next several weeks to show you what fun stuff I have that you get to use for your wedding. Did you find a picture of something I haven’t shown–show it to me–I’ll get it 🙂
There are many fabulous ways to display your florals at your wedding; vases, stands, pedestals, vintage containers. There is the ever popular DYI where you collect pieces (for what seems like forever), filling a room in your home (or your parents’ house) with “wedding stuff” in order to save money. This is a good option for some brides. It gives you the option to give a really personal touch for your wedding. But what are you going to do with all of that stuff after the big day? When the clock strikes midnight and you are swept away in the limo with your new groom to your fantastic honeymoon what happens to all of it? How excited is your family to start gathering all of that stuff? Just something to think about. On the other hand, what if you rent your containers from your florist, linen company or an outside equipment rental company? There are some fantastic high end pieces that you can rent that you wouldn’t want to purchase necessarily. Does someone come pick that stuff up? Will the venue hold it? Does your family have to still pack all of that up and then return it the next day? All things you need to ask so everyone knows whats going on at the end of your wedding. Because no matter how organized everything is and how many lists you have–you are married and are no longer there–because the clock has struck midnight and you have been rushed off to begin your new life with your Prince Charming. Congratulations! Thank you family–see you in a week 🙂 I wrote this blog more as a question raiser not as an answer giver. If you want the answer though–just booked me as your florist. I’ll rent you everything you need, then come back and pick it up at the end of the reception and any flowers your family wants to take with them I will have boxes available for them. I can also use all of that stuff you have been collecting to make awesome table scapes. You can give me as much, or as little, guidance as you want and let me do the work.
Congratulations to Danielle and Troy who have been married five years today, October 18, 2008. Their wedding took place at Waller Baptist Church with the reception at La Hacienda. Thank you for letting LZ Floral Design be a part of your wedding. Congratulations also on your beautiful family!