Post # 1
I want to have something like this but in a larger vase & with river rock at the bottom as our centerpieces. Has anybody done something like this? How did it turn out & do you have any tips? TIA 🙂
SMY your DIY calla centerpieces.
I’m worried the lilies won’t stay under water so someone recommended using a flower frog/pin frog (see pic below) at the bottom of the vase. Anyone have experience with these?
Post # 3
My Florist used them (flower frog) for my centerpieces and they worked like a charm… Ill try to post a picture
Post # 4
Flowers frogs have been used forever to anchor flower arrangements.
The advantage of the river rock is that it will cover the frog.
Easy DIY centerpiece.
Post # 5
My mom (an event coordinator) recently did a really similar arrangement for a wedding, and it turned out beautifully.
Her secret was even cheaper and easier! She put a dab of adhesive on the bottom of the lilies and stuck them in, and put the river rocks in after she placed the lilies in.
Post # 6
the calla lillies look beautiful and exactly what i am thinking! our color is yellow though, so i will do yellow calla lillies. i was originally thinking three in each vase since you always hear to use odd numbers while decorating, but only having two in the first picture looks gorgeous! is there a “right” or “wrong” number to use? does anyone else have pictures of theirs?
Post # 7
another option is to swirl the calla lilly stems…they expand to fit the vessel and don’t require anything to hold them. like this:
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Post # 9
Where can I get the pin frogs? We are using the same idea but using shorter vases so all our stems have to be cut down and then floating a candle on top.
Post # 10
Should I use real or fake calla lilies when creating a centerpiece like one in the original post?