Post # 1
Hello! I really wanted to do floral mason jar with a lantern on wood slice for my centerpieces. This picture is my ideas for the floral mason jar..
Now I need help! My Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses will be the color of that mason jar. I like the color and everything of the flowers because it will be a spring wedding. I do not know anything about flowers or types of. I am probably going to do silk flowers or real touch and DIY these myself. I was wondering if anyone could help me out by telling me flower types that is included in this jar or flower types you think would look good for the spring. Also any tips yall have for making the DIY process easier? Is putting foam down in the jar a good idea to make things stick better?
Thanks in advance
Post # 3
Aquaria: Thats it? Do you know anything about the greenery? Would it look okay with roses, peonies, ranunculus, carnations and greenery. Or is that to much..
Post # 4
Tbsmith2: There are several different types of flowers. Here is a link to the original pic so those who are good at identifying flowers can see a bigger pic
For a small arrangement like that, I don’t normally use anything. The flowers hold themselves in place, but you can use a tape grid if you like.
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2015 - Walnut Hill Bed & Breakfast
There are multiple jars in that listing, do you mean the mint one with the blush flowers? I’m seeing roses (garden, tea rose spray, cabbage), ranuculus, peony, maybe some sweetpea and stock flower? (Those might not be exact but i think those kinds of flowers in creams/pinks/corals will get the look your’re after.)
If you’re going with fakes, take a look at afloral.com. My friend did her wedding flowers from there and they turned out lovely. They have tons of flowers – singles and pre-made bouquets. Take a look at both and see what makes the most sense for you. You can take the pre-made bouquets apart and move/change them.
Here are some cream/pink peonys they have. http://www.afloral.com/Silk-Wedding-Flowers/Silk-Bridal-Bouquets/14-Peony-Bouquet-in-Cream-Pink
Or roses, hydrangea and peony http://www.afloral.com/Silk-Wedding-Flowers/Silk-Bridal-Bouquets/Silk-Hydrangea-Rose-Peony-Wedding-Bouquet-in-Pink-Green-with-a-Hint-of-Peach-11-Tall
Post # 6
Tbsmith2: I don’t know what the little ones are to be honest. Do you want them all to be large flowers or a mix? Some dainty pastel flowers would look nice with that color jar (which is my fave color btw, it matches my bedroom walls!).
Post # 7
The first picture is really blown out in terms of flash so it is hard to see. I actually don’t see any peonies. I see several varieties of roses (regular, garden, and spray). Pink stock. maybe pink/peach hypericum.
Post # 8
julies1949: Thanks I like the tape grid idea!
amberback: Thanks for your ideas! I was thinking along the same lines to achieve that look. I have looked into afloral and I think that is probably where I will end up ordering. Glad to hear your friend had good results with it!
Aquaria: I would like for there to be a mix. Use smaller flowers as fillers kind of! And yes I love that color as well! Hopefully I can find that color dress when its time to order them.
loudsilence99: I am sorry! I didn’t realize it was such a bad quality but someone above posted a better zoomed in picture. Thanks for offering the different types of roses!