2. Bud vases look positively fantastic filled with seasonal wild flowers picked from along the side of a Nova Scotia highway, as is displayed in this eco-friendly decor inspiration from Cedarwood Weddings. Using wild flowers in bud vases also doesn't require professional floral arranging.
3. Using a vessel that works with local, seasonal wild flowers or flowers purchased through a florist that don't require professional arranging can be a big cost saving. Our bud vases general rent for $1 each, and wildflowers are free, which means you can spend less than $100 on vessels and florals, compared to the hundreds and even thousands of dollars that vase-size professional arrangements can run you.
9, Bud vases can be used to create the illusion of plentiful florals by scattering them across the table.
You can even use just a single bloom in each vases, as displayed here on on Oncewed. We just got in 50 more of this sweet style with the narrow lip.
10. Bud vases are very versatile. They can be romantic, playful, or can be used to create a vintage, old-timey feel. I love the vintage-natural feel of these brown bottles with wild flowers and copper and brass described as Masculine Wedding Inspiration in the post from which they are featured on Green Wedding Shoes.
If you're still looking for a budget-friendly, playful or elegant centrepiece idea for your wedding, we recommend you consider bud vases. Get in touch if you're interested some, as they are booking up quickly!