Floating flower arrangements make great centerpieces on a table, and they can be assembled simply by adding river rocks in the bottom of a wide vase, wrapping a tea leaf around the inside and floating large buds and candles on the surface of the water. Create a water element in a centerpiece with advice from the owner of a trendy boutique florist in this free video on wedding flowers.
Hi, I'm Melissa Seykora with A Village Of Flowers in Nashville, Tennessee and I'm going to show you how to make a floating flower arrangements. It's really simple way to put something on your table; it's really pretty. We're using a low, kind of rectangle square vase. We're going to add river rocks to the bottom. We're going to add a striped tea leaf to go around the edge. So we're going to wrap the tea leaf around; you want to make sure you check your angles and look at the arrangement from the eye of someone sitting at a table. So we're making sort of different layers. And now we're going to take our Gerber Daisy; we're going to cut it off right at the base. We're going to float the Gerber Daisy. We're also going to add a floating candle. And that's a really simple floating flower arrangement.
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