This wedding urn centerpiece can be designed for many different uses. Consider it for church altar decorations, a buffet table, a centerpiece on a bridal table or even for all wedding reception tables.
To create a similar design, you will need the following products and supplies:
Please don't feel committed to these colors only. All these flower varieties come in a wide range of colors and shades. You can easily substitute your own wedding colors instead of these.
For the basics in designing wedding urns, check out these detailed tutorials. Keep in mind that is an all around design, meaning it is flowered from all sides. A one sided urn (such as for an altar design) usually has greenery only in the back.
Always start by processing your wedding flowers correctly. Don't skip the recommended products or similar professional florist supplies. These flowers are a living organism and need food and water to survive. Since you don't have a professional florist cooler (that puts humidity INTO the air), be sure to mist with flower sealants each day and add water if needed to the foam. These flowers will surprise you how quickly they such moisture out of florist foam.
Get an idea for the basic setup. The greened design ring can be made up first, as greens are hardy and stay looking good for many days.