This rose centerpiece is quite beautiful. It could be used as wedding decor or even as a Christmas table centerpiece.
To create a similar look, you will need the following flowers, florist supplies and tools:
Note: For similar look that is more cost effective, you can substitute red carnations for the standard roses or even mix of both flower varieties.
Float-soak the Oasis Foam Sphere in floral-nutrient water. Place grass inside vase and top with floral foam, securing the foam to the vase with waterproof tape
Float-soak the Oasis Foam Sphere in floral-nutrient water. Place grass inside vase and top with floral foam, securing the foam to the vase with waterproof tape. If you don't use a netted sphere, you will need to tape a grid around the foam ball so it doesn't crumble into pieces by the insertion of so many rose stems. I strongly suggest you remove the thorns from the rose stems so to keep the integrity of the foam secure. Thorns can really tear up foam when inserted.
Large pillar candles must be secured into the foam. It's very hard to transport a centerpiece already this tall and making it even taller with the candle. It is best to leave and open spot at the top and insert the candle after setting the piece on the table.
Use waterproof tape to secure wooden picks to the bottom of the pillar candle. These picks are made of porous wood and will expand as it takes in water, making the wood fit tighter. It's also a good idea to squirt Floralock in around the candle base after the candle is put in place.
Attach both ends of the bear grass to wooden picks and insert randomly around the sphere, in between the rose heads as shown in the photo above.
Always finish by misting well with a flower sealant such as Finishing Touch or Crowning Glory.