|You should start saving clear glass containers..... in this pic are two different perfume bottles with spray and metal collars removed, also the bottle from one of those room perfume kits with the little sticks......|
|This one was a beautiful frosted glass which held a scented candle... can't use it for drinking out of, so........|
|Two different bottles which were once sold as drinking water.....|
|Here's an assortment ready for use.|
|And here, something called a "custard cup" picked up for next to nothing on a second hand stall|
|.... and finally, one of a set of three which were found in a craft store at rock bottom prices.|
Oh, and a tip. Spray the flowers with a little shot of your favourite perfume - as not everyone will thank you for the strange and rather cat-like smell of the gyp. But there you go - four big party tables for around £30, and a bit of patience collecting your containers.
Of course, if you have lots of flowers for cutting available in your garden or next door's, or lots of ivy, or some kind of evergreen, then you save the £25. Wild flowers, whilst lovely, will not last long when cut, so be choosy. A rose in every container would be just lovely.