Post # 1
I wanted your feedback on hydrangea center pieces with baby’s breath. My wedding is May 25th in the mountains in southernCalifornia under a gazebo. I plan on purchasing them whole sale Friday morning before the wedding at the LA Flower Market and arranging them myself.
I plan on keeping them in water the whole time. Do you guys have any feedback or tips to keep them from looking bad and wilting? The centerpieces will just be mason jars with two stems of hydrangeas and baby’s breath on both sides of it.
Thank you all for help and feedback!
Post # 3
The wedding is Saturday!! I forgot to mention that!! 🙂
Post # 4
Keep them cool and set them out just before all the wedding times. they should be fine. I have a huge bush of them and cut them for my table and they lsat about a week so you shouldnt have any problems.
Post # 5
I’ve heard warm water can help? It sounds pretty.
Post # 6
Mist the heads and stems with water periodically through the days before the wedding, I’ve heard they absorb water through the heads and stems.
I’m also going to be doing Hyrdangeas as my main flower, so good luck!
Post # 7
We sprayed ours with water (on the bloom, not the stem) the day we made them and the next day. Hydrangeas breath better through the tops, so hydrating them that way will help. Keep them out of warm/hot areas if you can help it – that’ll make them wilt quickly!