Floral Styling with Bud Vases

Small floral arrangements and single flower stems make a beautiful statement in bud vases. Styled to suit the theme and setting, they can be part of a centerpiece or serve as accents in your decor, at weddings and events, or at home. Below are 10 looks in a variety of styles that are also easy to replicate.


tablescape with lily of the valley in clear ball bud vases down the center of a long table
1. Clear winners; pretty for a ‘white wedding’ theme.

1. Lily Of The Valley In Clear Ball Vases

Place one or two lily of the valley stems in clear ball vases, then run them down the center of a crisp white table for a fresh and elegant wedding setting. Or, use these faux lily of the valley that come ready to display in a bottle bud vase.


pedestal bud vases on a dinner table each with a single rose in different colors
2. Rose Array. (via Martha Stewart)

2. Deconstructed Arrangement

Group together single roses placed in pedestal bud vases. It’s easy and economical.


clear glass bud vases with thistle eucalyptus and other green vines
3. Go green.

3. Serene Nature

Place single stems of thistle, ivy, and eucalyptus in a mix of our teardrop and test tube bud vases and clear flask bud vases.


a green tablescape from Martha Stewart Weddings with foliage centerpieces accented with flowers on a long table
4. Green with an abundance of foliage. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)

4. Dinner In Paradise

Group ferns and other tropical foliage in a mix of mini glass urn vases and textured bud vases in round and bottle shapes for an effortless centerpiece. Accent the glass bud vases and tropical feel with green and gold tableware and linens.


tall and tight bouquet of purply blue anemones and queen Anne's lace with rosemary in a bottle vase
5. Tall and skinny. (via Bon Appétit)

5. Ethereal Blooms

Aromatic herbs, grass, and wildflowers in clear glass bottle vases look airy and free; the gold rim adds a luxurious touch. This mix includes rosemary, Queen Anne’s lace, thistle, and anemones.


a bowl of succulents holds a table number with yellow billy buttons in bud vases around it
6. Table No. 4. (via Wedding Wire)

6. Succulent Centerpieces

Stick table numbers into earthy succulent arrangements, and surround them with yellow craspedia in white ceramic teardrop bud vases. Take advantage of premade, permanent arrangements of potted faux succulents.


7. Take a seat. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)
7. Take a seat. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)

7. SEATING ArrangementS

Add a pretty point of interest to an escort card table using white and pink orchids in bottle bud vases. To get the look, mix our ball bud vase and our square glass bud vases and set them on a beautifully detailed marble tray.


green and pale green hydrangeas and viburnum in clear and sea green bud vases and bottle vases on a mantle
8. A monochrome mix. (via Scarlet & Violet)

8. Mantel Decor

Group snowball hydrangea, premier hydrangea, and green hydrangea bunches in colored bottle bud vases and glass water bottles, to fill along the full length of a mantel.


a trio short and small bunches of white sweet peas in tiny ceramic vases on a windowsill
9. A sweet trio. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)

9. Soft White

For winter weddings or modern events, take a cue from Martha Stewart and arrange short bunches of white carnations or sweet peas in white ceramic vases. Set them on a windowsill or make them part of a table centerpiece.


a tiered display of bud vases in different shapes and sizes each with a single fern
10. Leaves only; and specifically, ferns.

10. Fern Focus

Place ferns in clear glass bottle bud vases to effortlessly bring the outside in. Create your own mix with a selection from our line of wholesale vases. and artificial ferns.


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