Roman Pillar Columns add that special touch of elegance that completes your perfectly planned day and this incredible pillar is very sturdy and so versatile! Not only do pillars add to the classy look of any wedding aisle or reception hall but they provide a stylish platform to hold floral bouquets, urns, vases, candles, card or money boxes, centerpiece kits or cakes and treats!
This pedestal is made from heavy duty high quality plastic but it only weighs 5.6 lbs. The inside of this column is completely hollow and it comes in 5 pieces, making it easy to clean, transport and store and the assembly consists of simply sliding the pieces into each other. The top platform is a 13 ˝” square which is solid on one side and it features a floral plate on the other side. The plate has 20 sturdy spikes to secure floral foam / Styrofoam and there are 4 pop out drainage holes that you can also use for inserting artificial long-stemmed sprays and roses. One of our favorite features is that it’s height adjustable for whatever your needs are. With only the top and bottom sections it is 15 ˝” tall and it looks awesome sitting atop a table or shelf. With the top, bottom and 1 section of column it’s 26” tall and with all pieces it’s 36 ˝” tall.
Display grand upright floral arrangements or gorgeous flowy sprays
and you can even remove the top plate which allows you to insert extra tall sprays without even using a vase! This works well with our upright Phala Orchid Sprays or our dangling silk Plumeria Garland! Use this magnificent riser to hold urns, vases and candles for wedding aisle décor and to hold centerpiece kits, cakes and serve as a mini stand-up table at receptions, dinners and parties. This pillar makes a ritzy photography prop and it also looks tasteful and rich accenting a garden area, patio, sunroom or gazebo.
From 15 ˝” tall to 36 ˝” tall, from serving at your party to accentuating your home, this incredibly versatile pillar column fits in anywhere and it adds sophistication while providing valuable functionality! Roman Pillar - Roman Column - Greek Pillar