Varsity Blues Bridal Centerpieces
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Add preppy flair into your dream bridal arrangements with this gorgeous color combination. Varsity Blues Bridal Centerpieces feature pops of crisp blue and whites for a complimentary look for your classically styled event. Simply cut the stems and place in vases for your reception tables or tie with a simple white ribbon for a ready-made bouquet.
SHIPPING & DELIVERY INFORMATION
FiftyFlowers exclusively ships fresh flowers with the fastest priority overnight service. If your desired date is unavailable, contact customer care - chat, call, or text us. We are here to help! When adding products to your cart, the calendar will display how many days before your event we recommended delivery. Because every flower is different, selecting the proper delivery date can be tricky. That's why our team of human experts will personally review each order to ensure you have chosen the appropriate dates for flower perfection. Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee includes this complimentary service.
About the Varsity Blues Bridal Centerpieces
- Flower Care
Recommended delivery dates: 3 days before event. If your event is Saturday, the suggested delivery day is Wednesday.
- Availability: Year-Round
- Average Height: 20 inches
Our centerpieces are easy to use; each bouquet is pre-arranged & requires little to no special design skills; Literally all you have to do is cut the ends of the flowers and put them in your vases. That's it!
Each centerpiece will feature a harmonious hand-crafted bouquet with white cremon, dark blue hydrangea, white spray roses, blue delphinium, and green pittosporum.
- Small centerpiece recipe will have 12 total flower stems.
- Medium centerpieces recipe will have 17 total flower stems.
- Large centerpieces recipe will have 23 total flower stems.
The expected vase life is a minimum of 5 days.
Looking for bulk bunches within the same recipe, check out Varsity Blues DIY Combo which features wholesale bunches in 3 different pack sizes for all your floral creations.
Discover our exquisite collection of bulk vases, thoughtfully designed in small, medium, and large sizes to effortlessly complement your centerpiece size. Whether you prefer crystal, glass, or ceramic, each option will flawlessly match your event theme.
- White Ceramic Flower Vase: This is a part of the holly chapple vases which is a couture and elegant design, available in small and medium sizes.
- Dot Glass Flower Vase: This exquisite crystal vase features raised dots and is meticulously crafted using the finest grade of glass. Available in medium and large sizes.
- Square Glass Flower Vase: Craft from premium quality glass, this piece boasts a sleek and elegant design. Available in small, medium, and large sizes.
- Diamond Cut Flower Vase: Features intricate engravings on high-quality glass, adding an elevated touch. Choose from two size options: small and medium/large.
And don't forget to enhance your arrangement with a professional flower pillow for seamless styling.
The quantity of vases may not match the number of centerpieces. Since both vases and centerpieces come as prearranged sets, we recommend purchasing additional centerpieces or vases to align the numbers as closely as possible. In order to prevent any breakage, we are unable to customize vase packs.
Needing wholesale flower supplies to create your floral creations? Check out our collection of flower processing kits, vases & professional floral supplies; Only available at professional floral supply outlets, you can be sure you're getting the best quality.
- Just a quick note, the exact color tones of our flowers may vary from what you see on your screen. This is because flowers are a product of Mother Nature, and monitor resolutions can vary. Rest assured, however the flowers you receive will be beautiful and fresh!
- Our flower package contents and prices are based on availability and are subject to change due to weather and market conditions. We do our best to keep our prices as low as possible, but we may have to adjust occasionally.
Your flowers will arrive looking thirsty and sleepy. This is totally normal! They've been traveling a long way to get to you. Just follow the instructions on the flower care instructions tab on our website, and they'll perk right up in no time.
In rare circumstances, we may need to substitute a flower in your order if the requested flowers are unavailable. We will do our best to find similar flowers in color, value, and style. We will always try to reach you for confirmation; However, in some cases, we may need to ship your order without confirmation. If this happens, we will only substitute flowers of equal or higher value.
Before shipping your flowers, we prepare them for their journey with proper hydration methods. If your flowers appear sleepy and thirsty after their journey it is absolutely NORMAL. Follow these simple steps to ensure your flowers have the proper care.
- When your boxes arrive, it is important to get your flowers in water as quickly as possible. Open your boxes and remove any protective packaging, such as foam or paper.
- Inspect your flowers.*
- Gather clean vases or containers for your bouquets. Ensure your vases or containers are very clean. We recommend rinsing them with warm water.
- Fill the vases with at least 4 inches of fresh, cool water. If flower food is available, follow the package directions for adding it to the water.
- Your flowers may or may not arrive with water tubes or sponges attached to the bouquet for hydration. If they do, gently remove them. Remove any plastic sleeves protecting the flowers.
- Holding the flowers tightly, using sharp flower shears or scissors, cut stems diagonally, under cool, running water. Cut about an inch off of each stem.
- Once stems are cut you can choose to remove any rubber bands or leave them on as they may help the bouquet hold its shape.
- Place flowers in the prepared vases or containers.
- Allow flowers at least 4 hours to hydrate, flowers may take up to 12 hours to properly hydrate. Periodically check the water levels. Flowers drink a lot of water when they first arrive and the water may need to be refilled.
- Keep flowers away from direct sunlight, drafts or extreme temperatures. Flowers should be stored in a cool dark area, until ready to use.
- Change water every 24 hours to keep flowers fresh.
*If upon first inspection, you foresee a problem with your flowers, do not proceed processing your order. Leave the flowers intact in the box and call us immediately at 1-877-50 ROSES (507-6737)
This could not have been a better experience! The flowers were perfection in color, freshness, quality and quantity. The customer service and support that I received from James was above expectations. I made eight centerpieces and used the rest of the flowers in a wreath, tall vases, and occasional pieces around the large room at the bridal shower I gave my niece on 4/17/16. FiftyFlowers saved me nearly $300 (I priced out the same at a local florist). and the whole thing was so easy! Thank you so much FF.
On their own, these are fantastic full bouquets, and when we added the sunflowers and some of the texture flowers, we ended up with an array of different looks and no two arrangements were the same. These deep blue hydrangeas are incredible! They are the real deal and NOT sprayed! We'd ordered the smallest quantity for our flower test because I was skeptical about the blue color but they were show-stoppers (and they matched the bride's bright blue shoes)! The white flowers in this bouquet are perfect, too. The mums are just as lush as the bold hydrangeas, with just enough white roses included to make it look "bridal." And the shiny dark green foliage is a perfect complement.
Word of advice: Remove these fluffy bouquets from their plastic wrappers as soon as you receive them, so the hydrangeas can open fully without being crowded. When we tested a batch early, we had no problem, but with the unexpected wedding week heat wave, the roses and mums bloomed out early in the packages, crowding the blue hydrangeas and they did not all open with the same uniform blue that the test batch had. Light seems to influence that a little bit. (Ask your FiftyFlowers consultant about this.) Still, everything looked terrific and these bouquets are a glorious, easy choice!
They also offer this arrangement in a "deconstructed bouquet" option which may be easier if you're going to break these apart like we did. Same great flowers. Look closely at the site when you're shopping!
Beautiful flowers! The website does not give justice to just how pretty the hue is on the blue hydrangeas.
Kenton and I have a lot in common. After 5 years together, we agree on most everything. But as it turns out, our wedding was the one thing we definitely didn't agree on. My loving husband comes from a large, close-knit family, most of which are his best friends. I, on the other hand, come from a very small family who don't see each other very often. It was never my dream to have a big chapel wedding with hundreds of guests all looking at me as I walk down the aisle. In fact, it was a nightmare of mine! But Kenton always envisioned a scene where all of his family could gather and celebrate together. And so, our very first test was to figure out how we were going to go about tying the knot. After some looking around and a LOT of negotiations, we decided to have a private ceremony with immediate family and close friends to be followed by a public reception. We found the perfect place to celebrate our union at Swallow Falls State Park in Western Maryland. We are huge outdoor enthusiasts, you see. Some of our major passions include backpacking, hiking, bugs and wildlife. So naturally we would fall in love with an outdoor ceremony on the roots of an ancient Hemlock tree, overlooking the falls.
I knew I wanted this wedding to feel natural, but to make it unmistakably a wedding. I used wine bottles, all of which Kenton diligently peeled the labels off of, and old mason jars that I spray painted gold and dusted with vinegar to give a mottled look. We bought a beautiful heirloom macrame to provide a backdrop for the entrance to the pavilion. I visited Etsy more times than I count to find quality items at a great price, and came away with lovely table runners, gold hoops decorated with eucalyptus, and incredible prints welcoming our guests. We had a cousin that generously provided beer. A dear friend who wood burned our guest book. Another friend who made flower crowns. We borrowed outdoor patio lighting, water goblets and wine glasses from friends and family. We bought disposable wooden plates and silver ware, made our own apple butter favors.
We DIY'd so much not only because we were on a budget, but because we loved the step by step process of putting together our wedding! But the best, and I seriously mean the best, part of this whole process was ordering our flowers from Fiftyflowers. I knew I wasn't going to be able to use a florist, not on our budget. So I began looking around for reputable places that I could order from. Walmart, Kroger, Costco, Sam's Club, All Flowers etc...Nothing struck me as special or noteworthy until I found FiftyFlowers. I spent hours pouring over the selections, reading reviews and pricing my orders. I was beyond excited when I placed my final order, coming in under $700.
When the flowers arrived, I was ready. I had flower buckets that the local grocery store gave to me (pro tip- if you need buckets to store your flowers in, head to your grocery store and ask the floral department!) plenty of flower food (also from the grocery store!), a sharp pair of scissors and end-snips, and a clean, dark bathroom. The orders came in undamaged, I only lost two blooms as I un-packaged the lot. The instructions were simple and clear and the flowers needed nothing else, other than a little love.
Watching the flowers grow and bloom was so enjoyable. I was 100% sure that my flowers were going to survive until my wedding day. I ended up buying a few bunches of leather leaf, baby's breath and luecedendron because my local Kroger happened to have them and I just couldn't resist! Once I had all of my flowers tucked away in the bathroom, I pondered how best to transport them! We live over an hour away from the ceremony site and were setting everything up ourselves. Thankfully, I kept all of the boxes the flowers were originally shipped in and I was able to GENTLY repackage them for the trip. All except the roses and dahlias, which I had carefully tucked between the boxes.
The night before the wedding we checked into our lodge, just a few short minutes away from the park and I set to work on making the bouquets, boutonnieres and centerpieces. I had tons of twine from my craft drawer that I put to work on the bouquets instead of ribbon. I used floral tape to hold together the boutonnieres, all of which I affixed with a large safety pin. The centerpieces were made from leftover greenery and flowers by myself and all of my lovely ladies. Everyone had their own style and it showed in the floral work! I loved the team effort and the diversity. It was such fun to hang out with a bunch of great ladies and put everything together.
The next day we went to set up the pavilion at 7:00 AM! No sleep for this lady, but who can really sleep the night before their wedding, anyway? After a few short hours, we had the place clean, decorated and looking amazing. We had so many left over flowers we were able to make bunches of greenery to dangle from the rafters, to adorn the welcome sign, intersperse the catering ...