Your landscapes are probably still filled with flowers, foliage and berries to incorporate into your table top centerpieces. The centerpiece below was arranged in late November.
Mums, dried grasses, southern magnolia leaves, amber-colored bald cypress and scotch broom.
Take 3 different vases, containers, bowls or anything really and stack them together. This will create a layered look.
Fill with water and go out into the cold and collect your plants.
Remember when pruning to remove the lower leaves. Your centerpieces will last longe, not turn the water brown or smell.
Don’t fool yourself. An abundant supply of flowers and foliage were needed to fill up these containers. If this is too large, start small. The tiny vase below was filled with over 25 stems.
The centerpiece is still gorgeous after 2 weeks.
Knock roses could be still blooming in the landscape.
Sage was also used to add a contrasting green and rough texture.
Rose hips also add color. Marigolds were still in bloom and the foliage on the perennial, yarrow was beautiful and feathery.
The thick, shiny dark green magnolia leaves provide a nice backdrop.
Think about all the possibilities for a wedding. Centerpieces can be cut from your own landscapes and save an incredible amount of money. Give a call to hear more.