- 8 years ago
- Wedding: July 2000
I’m doing my own centerpieces for a reception (will post pics later, because they will be stunning). I could have spent money on a professional, but it would have been exorbitant — plus none of the florists I spoke to could do really spectacular centerpieces that I am after (very tall, with light effects, etc). Plus, my theme is blue, so I need blue flowers and florists I spoke to were shirking from that.
So, I’m doing my own thing and here is my question — since blue roses don’t exist, I was going to color white roses. So, I planned to put blue food dye into water and leave the white roses in the solution overnight. Question: Will I kill my flowers? If I wake up the day of the event and my blue roses are dead because I killed them with dye — what do I do? Anyone has any experience in dying flowers!
Thanks so much in advance (and sorry for lengthy Q)!