Large white Flower Arrangements

Floral Step 7Using water tubes for the orchids, insert the tubes into the foam right up against the roses. So far, all the flowers in the centerpiece have thicker stems, or, like the orchids, are in water tubes. This follows the principle of putting the hardier, larger-stemmed flowers into an arrangement first.

STEP 7

The next step is to add the other more delicate flowers—the calla lilies, snowball viburnum, lisianthus, hyacinths, delphinium, hypericum berries, and ornithogalum. You might notice that there are several buds of the lisianthus peeking out over the other flowers. These buds, along with their flowers, add a touch of asymmetry to the arrangement.

Floral Finished Bouquet

STEP 8

Having put as many flowers as is humanly possible into the centerpiece, add a final crowning touch—a stem of grass with each end held by a small green wooden stake. Then split the grass stem down the middle, making it look like a decorative handle for a basket made of flowers.

While it may take awhile to feel like a professional florist, don’t get discouraged! This arrangement is very forgiving – the more asymmetrical the better.


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Not as bad as you think it was

2011-12-09 21:57:16 by Awesome-O_2000

I think you are overreacting a little bit, but the wedding does sound pretty bad.
1) Renting an outhouse is actually a fairly common thing for outdoor parties. Sometimes people want to host an event outdoors, but they don't want to deal with the hassle of cleaning up after people, and they may also be uncomfortable with the idea of strangers walking through their house while everyone else is outside.
2) You are right about the reception hall being too small. A well planned wedding would take place in a venue that is large enough to accommodate the amount of guests that are invited


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