Tall Floral Wedding Reception Centerpiece Idea

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Because flowers work well with any wedding centerpiece, tall floral ones stand out at a reception. Create a big flowery centerpiece to be the talk of the town with help from a professional wedding planner in this free video.

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Hi, my name is Jenna Lee, and today I'm going to show you how to make a tall centerpiece. To create your moss balls, you'll need styrofoam balls, stagna moss that can found either at your local craft store or fresh from your florist and moss pins. For your vases you'll need aluminum wire in the color of your choice, scissors, LED lights and glass beads. And then you'll need three glass vases, one tall, medium and then one short. To create your moss ball, you take your styrofoam and then a section of moss. You place it on top and then you pin it into place with your moss pins. It doesn't need a lot of moss pins, just enough to hold it down. And then you go to your next section and overlap your moss just a little bit and again, pin that into place. And then, when you have your whole styrofoam ball covered, it'll look something like this. Next step is to take the aluminum wire, it bends very easily. You just wrap it around your vase and you'll twist it, twist the end so that it's tight. Then, you can just move your vase around, pulling the aluminum wire with you as you go. When you get down to the bottom, you just cut your end and then you'll bend it and loop it through so that you can twist it around the bottom and hold it into place, just like that. Then, you're going to take your LED light, just twist it on the bottom to turn it on, place it down in the center. You'll take your crystals, put them in the bottom and you want to fully cover the light so that you can't really even tell that it's down there, but you can still see the pink glow. So when you bring them altogether, you got a really pretty modern centerpiece. Again, my name is Jenna Lee with Splurge Events and we just showed you how to make a tall centerpiece.


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