You can’t have Shavuot without some fresh flowers in the house, which means you’re going to need some really pretty vases!
Treat yourself, treat your spouse, or buy one as a hostess gift. You just can’t go wrong with a beautiful new vase to celebrate the season.
Below are some of my favorites. The best part? They are all under $25! Yup, I’ve got your back.
I hope you find them as lovely as I do.
Bring on the blooms!
Sleek, modern, yet feminine. This vase adds the perfect artsy feel to the table.
This is probably my favorite on the list. It’s simply stunning, and the little floral etching adds just the right amount of detail.
Bud vases are perfect for single stems. Put a few running down the table for a dramatic look. I also love bud vases for single flower stems that are still vibrant from a bigger bouquet that has seen better days. All I do is cut the few flowers that still look nice and throw the rest of the bouquet away.
Sometimes pretty branches or dried flowers are just what a room needs. This neutral vase is the perfect pairing.
The texture, the color…that price! This vase is an overall winner!
Another great neutral vase that is a beautiful conversation piece in one. These are so pretty, you can even just place them together in a bunch on the fireplace mantle or bookshelf.
I once got this as a Shabbat hostess gift and have bought 3 more since. It looks beautiful on a large windowsill, lined up along the Shabbat table, or sitting pretty next to the Shabbat candles. It’s the perfect hostess gift!
For those that like a more modern, sleek design. The color is unique, but still neutral so it’ll look nice in almost any home.
I just love the earthiness of this vase. It looks pretty pricey too- but no one has to know it’s under $30.
I love the pink, feminine feel of this vase. It adds just the right amount of pizzazz while still being tasteful.
One of the best elements of a great hostess gift is it’s uniqueness. Everyone has a tall clear vase. I want to receive a vase I don’t already own- or haven’t seen before. This one fits that bill perfectly.
I love big abundant flower arrangements. Big bunches of hydrangeas, peonies, or even just lots of branches are my favorite. So I typically need big, wide-top vases like these.
Um, yes please. The name is just as cute as the actual vase. This one’s already in my cart.
I typically don’t love a black vase, but at this price, you can buy a few, line them up together and put a bunch of tan straw stems inside for a dramatic Shavuot tablescape.