There is such a wide range of table
arrangements that are wonderful for the guest tables at your wedding. Below you
will find several samples from the most modest to the elaborate. All of these
may be customized to fit your palette.
More and more brides are wanting to include
mason jars, or old bottles into their reception decor. These are lots of fun,
and so cute when made up. Most often it is more economical for the bride to send
the jars and bottles, or drop them off here, than for us to find them. This is a
great way to save some money, and personalize your decorations. Contact one of
our designers to find out pricing for various types of flowers used.
Please also look through our everyday flower
arrangement pages for more ideas,
http://www.harkinsneworleans.com/Flower%20Arrangements2.htm This page is
broken down into price categories, which will help you decide what will work
best for you, according to your budget.
||Reception #2 $20
|This is our cube vase with a single
gerbera daisy. It's similar to our single floating gerbera in a bubble
bowl, with just a little different look.
||We have a series of three pictures here, showing
one of our bubble bowls with a single hydrangea, the next two pictures
show the differences with additional flowers to the same base.
|Reception #3 $32
||Reception #4 $40
|Here we have the same bubble bowl
arrangement with the addition of roses. It really changes the look, and
adds some color.
||The same arrangement as next door to the left,
though we've added the hypericum berries.
|Reception #5 $25
||Reception #6 $35
|Our alstroemeria bowls are very
popular. They are inexpensive and have a fuller look than some of the
other smaller centerpieces.
||This is our alstroemeria bowl with the tiny spray
roses added. The roses give it a charming look.
$65 as pictured
||Reception #8 $45
|This is a wonderful example of our
traditional centerpieces. Note the low profile, and large amount of
foliage as a base. This design is styled in florist's foam which enables
us to create a broader spread at the base. These work well for large
||A lovely small centerpiece of white and green -
one of our most popular color combinations! Of course we can make this
in any colors you choose. They are just darling!
$225 as pictured
$325 as pictured
|This was a fun, bright table scape
centerpiece. Each element is different, but they all co-ordinate. Very
festive, with lots of interest.
||Another table scape, this one, again, happens to
be in bright festive colors. Have our designers come up with something
that's just right for you!
$400 as pictured
|This is a great vegatative design. It
looks like the flowers have been planted and bloomed here. With the
strong vertical lines, these are great for mantles, or table
arrangements that call for height.
||A table grouping of flowers in greens, and
candles - both floating and pillar, along with tropical foliages,
pebbles and sand.
$50 as pictured
|These bubble bowls with a single
gerbera daisy floating, are great for a spot of color.
||This ming bowl arrangement - pictured from above
- are lovely centerpieces for any table. Because of their low profile,
and broad base they work particularly well outside, where wind can be a
concern. We've swirled Asiatic lilies, roses, hypericum berries, and
delphinium blossoms around the bowl, along with curly willow and smooth
river rocks for a natural touch.
|Reception #15 $50
$100 as pictured
|This is a nice example of our ever
popular cube arrangements. The vase has nice sleek lines, and the
arrangements is all blossoms, no heavy foliage, or long stems, just the
best part, the blossoms! They cover less of the table, than a
traditional centerpiece would, but are more lush, and have more
||Here is a large sized cube arrangement. This one
is about double the size of the one shown as Reception #15. These work
well on larger tables, or special tables, such as the guest book table,
or gift table. These may be made in any color combination you would