orchid candelabra flowers

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Graceful cymbidium orchids flow out from the bottom of these candelabra flowers.  To make a similar church design, you'll need the following products and fresh flowers:

Always begin by learning how to process wholesale flowers correctly.  Treat your precious wedding flowers as a florist would, by using the right products at the right dosages.  To see why this is important, check out comparing professional products to home remedies.

Float soak florist foam.  This means to allow the foam to sink slowly as it absorbs water.  Forcing under the water level can create dry pockets in the foam.  Attach wire or chenille stems to the tabs on the floralcage.  You will use these later to attach to the candelabra.

Using waterproof tape, wrap more gridding around the cage.  This helps fortify the foam, as so many stems can begin to chew holes in the foam.  Once finishing arranging the flowers, secure the stems with Floralock Stem Adhesive.

Mist well with either Finishing Touch or Crowning Glory.  If you need more help on the designing, be sure to check out the step by step candelabra tutorials that teach basics on greening and flowering this type of flower arrangements.

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