Post # 1
Has anyone done any submerged flower centerpieces? Im looking to do 3 vases with differant flowers. Im thinking of maybe 1 with purple crown dendrobium orchids, 1 white with purple center cala lillies, and one with lavender freesias. Any ideas for taking it to the next level and making it very dramatic? My fiance vito’d the tall arrangements lol.
Post # 3
I don’t have any ideas, but I love this look!!! If you could somehow light it from underneath, that might had some drama to it, but I think it looks stunning by candlelight like in that photo!!
Post # 4
I don’t have anything to suggest, but I wanted to say that that is probably the most gorgeous centerpiece I have ever seen!!
Post # 5
You can submerge a floralyte in the bottom of each vase.Place some pebbles next to help disguise the lyte.
Post # 6
I think it’s very dramatic and beautiful just the way you’ve shown it.
Post # 7
These are beautiful… about how much do these cost? I would love to know for all three of those sizes how much each one is (first picture).
Post # 8
This is just a picture I found and loved as wellm but heres what I have found for pricing: The trio vase rental is about $12. The stones are about $9 a table. The smaller mokra orchids are about $2.60 a stem wholesale, and the cymbidium orchids are $22 a stem wholesale! I am thinking of using gladiolus in place of the expensive orchids, they are a comparable size and look equally dramatic submerged, but cost $3 a stem instead, Hope this helps!
Post # 9
I second the floralytes!!! I think centerpieces look so cool when lit from underneath, and I think it would be really cool and dramatic shining up on the submerged flowers! http://www.amazon.com/Pack-10-Acolyte-FloraLyte-White/dp/B0010ED2Z0
Post # 10
That looks really pretty and makes me rethink my own centerpiece ideas. I really like it!