Outdoor urns – Flowers for an outdoor wedding should be placed in containers that fit the theme and fit. Formal centerpieces, such as candelabra, do not fit into the natural environment of nature. Use wooden boxes for loose arrangements, as well as urns, boxes or cubes. Depending on the season of your outdoor wedding, you have to choose Blooming Flowers at that time. For spring, consider daffodils, hyacinths, or irises. For the summer, consider daisies, dahlias and roses. Autumn flowers can be zinnias, asters or sunflowers. In the winter, arrange the jasmine, orchids or holly.
From your health food store to the local house, buy outdoor urns able to withstand the weather. Any size urn will work for this decorating idea, or you can add interest by grouping different sizes together. Fill the urns with green, such as pine cuttings from your garden. Pick up twigs and thin branches from around your yard and spray paint have bleached or cover them in glue and glaze layer.
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Once dry, they put them in the outdoor urns at random. Add even more interest by putting the red imitation berries or red imitation apples to the arrangement. Tie a red ribbon around the outside of the urn. Flank the front door with the ballot or place them in their footsteps. If you do a lot of them.