Securing the Bowl for Making a Wedding Floral Centerpiece

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How to tape the blocks and the bowl to make a wedding floral centerpiece more secure and stable; get expert tips and advice on floral arrangements for weddings and other special occasions in this free instructional video.

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Hi! I'm Ruth Dehoyes and I'm here with Expert Village to show you how to do the perfect centerpiece for your bridal occasion. You really don't need any tape, but i'm going to use it just for leverage. Just in case someone decides to take this out of the car and just throw it in a back seat. This way it will not fall apart. Normally, your arrangements can be made triangular, circular, or just one sided. Being this is a wedding and it's going to be at a church, we're going to make this centerpiece one sided. Take your tape and you make it crisscross like so. Then you tape it all the way to the bottom and you tape the ends. You tape it all the way to make sure it doesn't fall apart. This is waterproof tape and you can get it at any store. This oasis is not wet so I'm just going to give it just a little drink. You don't have to have it real wet, but if you're going to put it in a fridge or deliver it, you'll probably need to get it wet there.


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