cocktail shaped flower vases??

Hello, does anyone know where i can get cocktail shaped vasses from?



Thanks

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  • cathymukcathymuk Posts: 2,675
    Hiya



    this website has a few and not too badly riced to buy. Not sure where you can hire them from but that could be a cheaper alternative.



    http://www.easyfloristsupplies.co.uk/glassware/cat_2.html



  • cathymukcathymuk Posts: 2,675
    Hiya



    this website has a few and not too badly priced to buy. Not sure where you can hire them from but that could be a cheaper alternative.



    http://www.easyfloristsupplies.co.uk/glassware/cat_2.html



  • WantThatOneWantThatOne Posts: 1,490
    Hi,

    when do yo need them? I'm having these for my wedding and wondering what to do with 12 tall martini glasses afterwards!



    http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z193/jnic1981/Reception decoration/Redrosesinmartiniglassvases.jpg
  • eld1eld1 Posts: 48
    oh brilliant!!! yes im just having a look on the website now.. thank you

  • eld1eld1 Posts: 48
    Hello "WANT THAT ONE"

    When is your wedding date? when are you looking to sell them on?? and how much for?? Thanks ever so much, they are exactly what im looking for... where abouts are you? London???
  • WantThatOneWantThatOne Posts: 1,490
    Hiya

    Not getting married until March 08 and i'll be getting rid of them straight after! I live in South London but getting married in East Sussex and as vase and flowers are only costing me £13-50 each i wouldn't want much for them. Have you got a florist yet? The lady who's doing these for me is an event florist so she doesn't have a shop or anything and all my flowers came to £550 (£90 of which is my bouquet)- the other 2 quotes i got were nearer a grand.
  • Hi want that one. Have you thought about giving the vases and flowers as presents, ie bridesmaids, grandparents, mothers any other helpful females.
  • WantThatOneWantThatOne Posts: 1,490
    Hi sleepypenguin

    We've got a pair of metre high martini glasses with 2 orchid plants in each (in place of traditional pedestals). Our florist is going to re-pot the orchids the next morning so am giving these to mothers and bridesmaids, i thought these would be good as last longer than a bouquet of flowers and my Mum loves orchids.
  • eld1eld1 Posts: 48
    thanks everso much for replying.... so they cost you £13.50 each a glass.. what it from the same website as the toosexylady had given me???i get married in the june, so i think i may want to of purchased the vases by the march....?if i havent and were still on this website chatting then il give you a shout thanks alot.
  • FloristfloFloristflo Posts: 743
    Try lavendersoflondon they deliver too i use them lots

    flo x
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