- Use plain, lukewarm water for most cut flowers, but use cold water for bulb flowers, such as daffodils, hyacinths, and tulips.
- Change the water every 2 days — don’t just top it up
- Remove excess leaves. Remove leaves, flowers, or branches, which would fall below the water line. Having these in the water encourages bacteria growth.
- Keep flowers out of direct sunlight, and move them to a cool place at night.
As you can tel we are all totally obsessed with flower crowns. It’s one of the prettiest accessories to complete your wedding look. A simple foliage based crown for the bohemian bride or a bold crown with deep pinks and reds to set off an outfit. Here are just a few fun flower crowns we came up with…
We love spending our weekends running our fun workshops. We are totally obsessed with beautiful flower crowns and love gathering friends around for pre-wedding parties! The workshop is all about having fun and learning a new skill while sipping on a glass of bubbles! We start the workshop with a short demonstration and explain how to wire the stunning flowers. We go over all the steps on how to design and construct a flower crown. Our workshops run for one full hour. It’s best for us to come near the start of your event so your guests can wear their pretty crowns for the remaining of the day/night. No one leaves without wearing a crown! We are hands on so if anyone is having difficulties we are more than happy to finish off their crown!