Place your stems in their appropriate vases, and fill with water. Finally, for the orchid centerpiece, place one floating candle on top, light it, and voila! You’re finished with your DIY submersible centerpiece.
This week we’ve been focusing a lot on submersible wedding centerpieces. They are so popular right now, and incredibly easy to assemble. On Wednesday, I wrote about my picks for top five submersible wedding centerpieces (the fish bowl one was my favorite!) but today I want to show you what products you can use to accent your submersible centerpiece.
One of my favorite accents is floralytes. Drop one or two right in your container, and watch it glow. We currently carry four different colors, and I have to say, the purple is definitely my favorite.
You can even do different colored floralytes in each centerpiece, which takes the drama up a notch.
Another accent I love is natural stones. Drop them in your vase, and they give your entire centerpiece an earthy touch.
Keeping with this same idea, you can also use several different types of vase filler, from metallic gold glass to raw cork. Here are some of my favorite vase fillers we currently offer.
As you can see, the possibilities are totally endless. Don’t limit your submersible centerpiece to just one vase, one flower, and water.
Submersible wedding centerpieces were incredibly popular in 2013, and they still are making a strong appearance in 2014 wedding trend forecasts. Not only do they make a lasting dramatic impression, but they’re so easy to assemble. Check out our top 5 picks for this season’s hottest submersible wedding centerpieces.