A classic addition to any wedding table centrepiece, our large range of high-quality glass vases provides you plenty of options; allowing you to reflect your own personality and style, and really add to the overall look of your wedding decor. Fill your vases with fresh or artificial flowers, artificial greenery or decorative branches. You can even go a step further and add water pearls, acrylic ice, or fairy lights to complete your look.

Glass Wedding Vases / Glass Cylinder Vases

As much as the ceremony is what a wedding is about, a memorable reception heavily matters. It is what your guests look forward to after a long ritual of exchanging vows — it is where the real celebration happens. 

 

Now, how do you make an unforgettable experience for your guests, should you ask? Most couples spend the most time carefully selecting the food menu and entertainment (which matters so much also). But the dining experience with the attention to detail on the tablescape can make a hysterical difference.

 

Wholesale Wedding Superstore offers a wide variety of glass wedding vases and Glass Cylinders at wholesale discounted pricing. We are committed to providing Australia with affordable wedding and event essentials without sacrificing quality and design. Our products are available Australia-wide, and we offer fast delivery to all major cities, including Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.

 

Trend Alert

Top 5 Glass Vases / Glass Cylinder Vases for Weddings

Trends come and go, but while we are at it, let's explore the top trends in 2022 that have the potential to stick around for long. Here are our top picks for the trendiest design ideas for your centrepieces.

 

#1. Dried Blooms in Long Glass Cylinder Vases

Dried flowers have been making a statement in interior designs for quite some time now. It is no surprise that this trend would crossover to weddings and events. This eco-conscious trend can easily be achieved with the help of long stem glass cylinder vases for a more elaborate and classy finish.

 

#2. Suspended Centrepieces

Hanging centrepieces and floral displays have been a trend from late 2019 through 2021. This trend is predicted to continue its popularity in the upcoming years. Artificial flowers can be displayed inside a posey glass vase with faux greeneries and even hanging tea light votives.

 

#3. Mixed Metals

Mixing metals is a thing, you guys. Say goodbye to your traditional all gold or all silver metalware and table decors. Combining gold, rose gold, and silver for your table decorations and centrepiece is absolutely worth trying. 

 

#4. Scented Centrepiece

This trend may be a little extra for some people. But, thinking about providing an exceptional dining experience for your guests, this idea makes sense. Our sense of smell enhances our taste and creates delightful visuals in our heads. Throw in some scented candles in glass frosted heart votives alongside bold blooms and some fairy lights, and done.

 

#5. Touch of Acrylic

This wedding centrepiece decoration trend has been around for a while and continues to gain popularity over time. This centrepiece design idea heavily incorporates acrylic detailing for a classy tablescape finish. Achieve this look with the help of glass vases, water pearls, and acrylic ice.

 

DIY Hacks

Because we believe you can, here are some simple DIY tips if you plan to make your wedding centrepieces yourself. These instructions also apply to centrepieces for any occasion.

 

What You Need:

  • Glass cylinder vase
  • Long stem artificial flowers of your choice
  • Greeneries
  • Acrylic ice / Glass beads
  • Ribbons
  • Glue sticks and glue gun
  • Scissors

 

#1. Cut your long stem artificial flowers in different lengths but enough to hit the brim of the vase

#2. Arrange your flowers together before placing them inside the glass vase with the help of your hot glue

#3. Add your greeneries around your floral arrangement

#4. Make sure to have a variety of foliage to cover the gaps

#5. Add acrylic ice into the glass cylinder for the final touch