Turn any plain pillar candle holder into a striking arrangement for
your wedding reception in just an hour with these easy-to-follow instructions.
Baby's breath , 3 stems
Candle, taper, 12 inches, color to coordinate
Fern , 1 bush
Floral picks , 3 inch
Lilacs , 4 stems
Plastic candle cup
Ribbon, 1 inch, wired , 5 yards
Roses, large , 2
Roses, medium , 4
Roses, small , 3
Cost of each project will vary depending on materials used.
1.Trim a piece of floral foam to the size of the pillar holder. Glue
in place, and then wire
around the foam and holder with paddle wire.
2.Cover foam with sheet moss, using pieces that are as large as possible.
Hold moss in place with s-pins or hot glue.
3.Establish the line of the arrangement with fern stems, as shown.
Insert a plastic candle
holder in the top center of the arrangement. Remember to keep this
holder clear of
obstructions as you build the arrangement.
4.Add focus flowers, following the line that has been established.
Use large ivory roses at the
center of the arrangement, with smaller roses toward the outer edges.
Add lilac at the top
and bottom of the curves. Fill with leaves and greenery from stems.
5.Tie two soft multi loop bows with no tails from the ribbon, and wire
them to floral picks.
Insert into the arrangement as shown. Wire straight pieces of
ribbon to floral picks. Insert
into arrangement and weave through flowers and leaves, bending into
6.Turn the arrangement around and fill the back side with any
remaining flowers and greenery.
7.Clip sprigs of baby's breath and scatter through arrangement. Insert
candle into holder.
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