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Learn how to Use Your Gerbera Daisy Bouquet as Wedding Table Centerpiece with Sandy and Jane from Afloral.com.
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Hi! It’s Sandy with Afloral and I just wanted to talk about these two Gerbera Daisy bouquets we have. They’re already made and ready to go. You can just buy them and they’re ready to walk down the isle with. We have the long stem. This is very beautiful for brides or bride’s maids and we have the shorter stem mixed bouquet, which is nice for bride, bride’s maid, or even flower girl. If you used this to carry, you might want to use this already made bouquet and just drop it into a vase for your centerpieces at the reception. Isn’t that beautiful? It looks like it was made perfectly for this inexpensive, it’s actually plastic but it looks a very nice vase and your decoration for your table is done. Is that so beautiful?
Now, let’s talk about one other use. Before you put this on your table, could you hang this on your pew? Absolutely. You can take some ribbon and tie it right around your bouquet and attach this right to your pew, and do every other or every third pew maybe even every fourth pew if you have a very long isle. Or better yet, figure out how many centerpieces you need at your reception and use that number of bouquets to adorn the pews at the church.
And just a little ribbon around, tie it to your pew, make sure that the church is okay with having things on the pews first or if you’re having an outdoor wedding, you could tie this to the chairs and use them there first. And then, have someone collect them, drop them into a vase and you’ve got a beautiful centerpiece for every table. Good luck and have fun.