If you have questions regarding the centerpieces you see on my site, check each section below to see if the question is answered. If it isn't, please feel free to drop me a line through the contact form at the bottom.
Can You Make my Wedding Centerpieces?
I'm sorry - I'm now retired from shop work and just maintain this "how to" website. I spend my time answering questions and providing the products needed for YOU to make your own beautiful wedding flowers.
How Early Can I Make My Centerpieces?
That depends on how fresh the flowers are. Florist rarely design your flowers the day of your wedding. They do it days in advance and keep them in a cooler.
What Will Make My Centerpieces Last Longer?
Cool temperatures, regular rewatering of Oasis foam, and frequent misting with a flower sealant such as Finishing Touch. There are some awesome Oasis products such as Design Rings which have their own water tray built right in! You can green in days in advance and pop the fresh flowers in the day before the wedding.
How Should I Choose the Centerpieces I Make?
Give thought to not only if you LIKE the design - but how much time will be involved in creating it and whether the flowers you want are in season. Be realistic and don't stress yourself by being overly ambitious. Huge elevated sprays of roses towering over tables are usually set up by professional florists with a design team at hand.
What If I'm Allergic to Flowers?
Browse the centerpiece sections anyway. Many of those shown can be easily duplicated in silk. Consider submerged flowers which will cut out on the pollen in the air. Investigate water beads and other gorgeous design products that can be used with candles instead of flowers (watch out for the heavily scented ones!)
Where Can I Find . . . .?
I carry a great deal of professional centerpiece supplies in my store. Here are thumbnail links to some of them:
I Have a Question About a Picture I Saw . . .
Fill out the form below and I'll get back as quick as I can. Be sure to fill in the page URL where you saw the picture AND be specific about which picture on the page you are talking about.