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Vases Available at Flourish


Hello there. We want to give you a peek into the inventory of vases that we use regularly for weddings and events here at Flourish. These vases (and more!) are available for you to rent as part of your event order or to buy individually or as set for your own personal use.


This ceramic vase is about 6 inches tall and wide, making it the perfect size for a medium centerpiece. The rustic but timeless look gives it the feel of bringing the outdoors inside to your event. The small pedestal gives the vase a little extra flair and height so arrangements can be styled to flow over the sides or rounded on top like this one.

Dimensions:  5.75''x 5.75”

Dimensions: 5.75''x 5.75”


These mercury glass vases are used constantly over the wedding season here at Flourish. They are on trend with their gold and silver shine and again, the perfect size for that middle of the table display. The long and shallow dish at the top works well for short but dynamic arrangements that flow out of the confines of the container and into your table settings. We tape a block of Oasis in the dish and design with that as our base. Despite the pretty pedestal, these vases with arrangements included still sit low to the table so they won’t interfere with conversation.

Dimensions:  5.25'' x 7.5'' x 4.25’’

Dimensions: 5.25'' x 7.5'' x 4.25’’


These versatile goblets are small but very functional. They can hold a statement arrangements by filling the base with oasis (above) or be filled with water and hold a generous amount of loose stems (below). We often use these mercury glass beauties for cocktail tables or for accent arrangements on card or food tables.

Dimensions:  3.75'' x 6.5’’

Dimensions: 3.75'' x 6.5’’


Another mercury glass favorite! The size of this vase is comparable to it’s oblong counterpart but it has a deeper dish and is more round in shape. Still good for centerpieces, but with this vase you can get a little more height if you want it!

Dimensions:  6'' x 5.25’’

Dimensions: 6'' x 5.25’’

Dimensions:  Shortest :  3'' x 4’'  Medium: 3'' x 4.5’'  Tallest: 3'' x 6’’

Dimensions: Shortest: 3'' x 4’' Medium: 3'' x 4.5’' Tallest: 3'' x 6’’

We love these handy little bud vases! They are clear glass and come in three heights, all relatively short and slightly different from each other. Combine three in the center of a table or a bunch of them together in a windowsill or down the middle of a long rectangular table. They are the perfect choice if you want a few flowers to go a long way in your decoration design.


Behind the Scenes


Here's another behind the scenes look at what's been going on at Trisha's Flowers! We have quite a few fall weddings coming up and we're loving every minute of it! Here are a few snap shots of the team at work in the barn this week.

One of many trips in and out of our wonderful cooler. Some wedding weekends this cooler is packed to capacity and we fill up 3 other fridges as well!

Donna working on all the lovely bouquets for this weekend.

This beauty is an alter arrangement! Pro tip: we always fill these containers with floral foam (Oasis) in order to get the maximum amount of flowers in a small amount of space. The foam allows for a much taller arrangement as well!

The roses we got in this week were amazing! So full!

A wrist corsage

Donna adding the finishing touches to the bouquets. Just putting the bouquets together is only half the process. We wire them, wrap the handle with tape, glue on some greenery to cover any gaps underneath the flowers, and then wrap the handle again with ribbon or twine. It can be time consuming and test one's patience, but it's those little details that make the bouquet feel and look finished.

Today we did something new for this wedding. Each of the boutonnieres were assembled in a wine cork! It took us about 20 minutes of trial and error and lots of brainstorming to get it just right, but we think they turned out great! You should have seen us with all of our tools trying to figure out how to make a hole in the cork. I believe a screw, a large nail, a hammer, a pair of scissors, and a screw driver were all involved!