Post # 1
Are submerged flower arrangements cheaper than large arrangements. I realize that if i use expensive flowers it would be more expensive… i guess my question is does the submersion save money or add to the cost? I would think that if the glass cylinder had only one or two flowers in it that it would be cheap… Anyone have any ideas?
Post # 3
It typically saves money, because you can use only one or two stems instead of a whole bunch. The submersion make the flowers look larger.
Post # 4
I am doing a submerged flower centerpiece for 1/2 my tables. My aunt is a retired florist and gave me the low down on how to save money.
She reccomended using fake flowers for submerged pieces because under dimmed lighting and the water no one can tell the difference and it save so much money. We made ours and it ended up costing about $12 per centerpiece which was perect for us!
Post # 5
@Miss CuppyCake: Woah! Great advice!!!
Post # 6
I’m doing half submerged centerpieces and the other half with traditional centerpieces. Submerged dendrobium orchids are $22 and the traditional centerpiece is $55.
Post # 7
The florist we talked to charged about $35 for submerged and $60+ for regular. You can make your own for a lot less though.