The types of wholesale vases for weddings and receptions

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The types of wholesale vases for weddings and receptions
Vases are often used for reception centrepieces at weddings. (Ciaran Griffin/Valueline/Getty Images)

Vases, which come in a host of sixes and styles, serve a variety of purposes at weddings and receptions. Among the available uses for wholesale vases is the centrepieces of all of the reception tables or placing the vases decoratively around the room to add flowers or large plants to the room.

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Tower Vases

Tower vases, also called Eifel Tower vases, are thin vase options. They come in several sizes which range from 8 to around 32-inches tall. points out that these vases are good for a wedding centrepiece that is thin and does not prevent talking while allowing items like long stemmed roses or long stemmed flowers of any kind to sit in the middle of a table. They come in various sizes and colours and are sold wholesale in sets of 12 to 24.

Trumpet Vases

A trumpet vase is similar to a tower vase in that it is a relatively thin vases. It is a thin vase that flares out at the top to widen for more flowers in the display. The trumpet vase sometimes has a lip that curves as well, adding extra style to the centrepiece display.

Cube Vases

Cube vases are vase options that are very square in shape, forming a cube rather than a circle like many vases tend to form. Cube vases are often smaller, typically ranging in height from 2 to 8 inches. Wholesale Glass Vases International points out that the purity of the glass makes them ideal for wedding centrepieces, these vases are sold in packs of four to 24. If used as centrepieces at round tables, choosing shorter vases won't interrupt the conversation among guests.

Martini Glass Vase

Martini glass vases look like a regular martini glass, but are often taller and larger. These vases are suited for centrepieces with trailing flowers and vines rather than stemmed flowers. The flowers and vines spill out of the glass vase to fall around it and trail to the table. The vases come in heights from 10 to 32 inches.

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