These peach pew decorations also feature stock, which releases a light fragrance in the sanctuary for those seated near it. You can change the colors by choosing a different flower or variety.
If you want to create a similar look, you will need the following hard goods and fresh flowers:
I suggest you use a resin container, which has a flat back and is much lighter than traditional clay pots. It has pre-drilled holes that make it easy to thread a ribbon through and attach it to the church pews.
If you use a traditional clay pot, glue the handle of the bouquet holder to the clay pot and allow to dry. Make sure it is solidly attached. Some florists glue a pew clip to the inside of the pot, but these don't always attach well except to specific style of pews.
You will need:
Start by processing your wholesale flowers as a professional florist would. This is important, as it will extend the life of your flowers. Arrange your flower in the container and mist well with either Finishing Touch or Crowning Glory. If you need more help in designing, read through the pew end tutorials and the centerpiece tutorials.