Day 22: Orchid planters
Lately I have had a few brides that wanted to use orchid plants as centerpieces. They make a great long lasting memory for the person that gets to take them home after the reception. Try giving them to the bridesmaids or the first person the return the rsvp card (I had a bride that did that and I thought it was a great idea!).
The bouquet is created from a mix of spring flowers including hydrangea, mini cymbidiums, ranunculus and anemones. The handle is covered with a soft green yarn finishing off the soft spring look.
Phalaenopsis orchids come in SO many shades including the unique and delicate spotted pattern. Since the plant has a much taller presence then the traditional centerpiece, candles were added to the table in various size squares to help fill the center.