This Centerpiece Package makes 5 centerpieces featuring fresh white and ivory flowers with hints of dusty green. The collection has a classic look, with fragrant White O’Hara Garden Roses and White Lisianthus for added texture. All the flowers needed to make your own centerpieces are included, perfect for a wedding or event!
This Centerpiece Package makes:
5 Centerpiece arrangements, designed for a 5″ cylinder vase
Included in This Package:
50 stems Vendela Ivory Roses, 24 stems White O’Hara Garden Roses, 20 stems White Spray Roses, 15 stems White Lisianthus, 15 stems Seeded Eucalyptus
Below is a suggested recipe for each centerpiece, but feel free to be creative and make each one unique!
For Each 5″ Cylinder Vase:
8 Ivory Vendela Roses
4 White O’Hara Garden Roses
3 White Spray Rose
3 White Lisianthus
3 Seeded Eucalyptus
This centerpiece package contains all the flowers you need, but you’ll also want to get the following supplies which are not included:
- 5 vases of your choosing (We recommend a 5″ size or something similar for best results! Mason jars, cylinders, and cubes work well.)
- Clear 1/4″ tape for gridding your vases
- Flower Food
- 1-2 buckets for storage in water before designing
When to Order? We recommend placing your order at least 2 weeks away from your delivery date. Delivery should be 3-4 days before your event, so for a Saturday event that would be Wednesday delivery. This gives you plenty of time to open and process all your flowers, allow the blooms to open, and then design your arrangements.
Are the recipes exact? Flowers are a product of nature, and we have little control over how they grow! Changes to rain, sun, temperature, and growing process can directly affect your blooms. As any florist will tell you, you can usually expect about a 5% loss of flowers (usually 1-2 stems) from any bunch due to blooms being bruised, wilted, broken, or slightly the wrong shade. When making your own arrangements, you become your own florist! While there are some extra stems in this package to account for the possible loss, you will have the responsibility of adjusting your recipes to account for the blooms you recieve.