long floral centerpiece in garden party style with tapered candles and tea lights
February 23rd 2024

A Fresh Look at Centerpieces

Envisioning Scale

We have centerpieces to fit a variety of styles, budgets, and tables and are excited to share this guide with you to help envision scale and compare options! We have our most common centerpiece offerings as well as examples of how we can customize them and scale them up.

Please note: We made all of these arrangements in white containers with the same color palette & flowers for the ease of comparison. Deciding on container type and color is all part of your floral plan and we take that into consideration when designing for your day. We offer most of our containers in glass and ceramic as well as in different colors. We will discuss options in our consultation.

6" Cylinders & Medium Arrangement

Footed Compotes

Typically designed with an asymmetrical shape, our footed compotes are perfect for round or long tables.

Low & Round

Low & Rounds are great for the center of a round table. They are designed in a more symmetrical, round shape compared to our footed compotes.

Low & Long

Our low & long centerpiece would make a great option for a long banquet table. It's similar to our low & wide option but we design it without forward drape so it sits evenly in the center of a table.


Clusters are a great option to fill a long table, especially if you're planning a family-style dinner service or if there will be other decor on the tables. They are easy to mix and match with larger arrangements or with bud vases, petite arrangements, and candles.

We offer two small cluster options (one designed in an airy style and one designed to showcase more varieties of flowers) as well as a fuller, modern style (offered as custom option).

5-Piece Collection

Bud Vases & Petite Arrangements

Our bud vases are designed with one or two medium blooms and some greenery or small blooms. Our petite arrangements are typically one stem of a few different varieties and some greenery.

They all pair nicely together down a long table. Bud vases also work well clustered together at the center of a round table.