Orchid centerpieces

Elevate your table decor with beautiful orchid centerpieces. Discover top ideas to create a stunning and elegant ambiance for any occasion.
This timeless and elegant wedding took place last summer at Chicago's historic Adler Planetarium. The couple wanted all white wedding flowers. Romee Willow Florals provided tall, white orchids in gold vases for the dinner table centerpieces. To see what other floral decor we provided, click the link to visit our blog. Photo by Ed and Aileen Photography. Wedding Centrepieces, Decoration, Wedding Decorations, Wedding Table, Round Wedding Tables, Wedding Table Centerpieces, Ceremony Flowers, Wedding Centerpieces, Tall Vase Wedding Centerpieces

This timeless and elegant wedding took place last summer at Chicago's historic Adler Planetarium. The couple wanted all white wedding flowers. Romee Willow Florals provided tall, white orchids in gold vases for the dinner table centerpieces. To see what other floral decor we provided, click the link to visit our blog. Photo by Ed and Aileen Photography.

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How to Make an Orchid Centerpiece - Happy Haute Home Hotels, Decoration, Design, Orchid Centerpieces, Orchid Centerpiece Diy, Orchid Centerpieces Wedding, Silk Orchids Arrangements, Potted Orchid Centerpiece, Orchid Planter Ideas Diy

Having long dreamed about having a large orchid centerpiece in my home, that vision finally turned into reality. We’ve all seen those gorgeous orchid arrangements in hotels and on TV, they seem to be everywhere! But when I researched the cost to purchase one…the sticker shock made me think twice. After all, it can’t be… Continue reading →

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Krystal Duran on Instagram: "Orchid are epiphytes. They grow on top of other plants and are not anchored in the soil. Epiphytes take up their nutrients from water, air, and debris around them. 

Living in Indiana, fall and winter temperatures get less than 55 degrees consistently which would prevent us from being able to anchor orchids or other plants to trees so this will just have to do. 

When choosing a board, choose one that is rot resistant. I used cork bark since it doesn’t rot but it’s also very easy to make holes in. It’s fairly plyable. 

Hang in a spot that will get light, water the moss when it’s almost dry, and you can incorporate liquid orchid  fertilizer in the water when blooms fall off. 

Now we can live our orchid hanging dreams… inside 🌸

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Krystal Duran on Instagram: "Orchid are epiphytes. They grow on top of other plants and are not anchored in the soil. Epiphytes take up their nutrients from water, air, and debris around them. Living in Indiana, fall and winter temperatures get less than 55 degrees consistently which would prevent us from being able to anchor orchids or other plants to trees so this will just have to do. When choosing a board, choose one that is rot resistant. I used cork bark since it doesn’t rot but…

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Queen Raena
How to Easily Create a Living Centerpiece — Anne Anderson Home Gardens, Crafts, Terrariums, Home, Design, Plant Centerpieces, Green Centerpieces, Large Bowl Centerpiece, Planter Centerpiece

The beauty of a living centerpiece is that you have fresh flowers/plants that with a little tending will last a very long time. Cut flowers are fabulous, but have a short lifespan and can get expensive. I like to have them in the rotation, but for the most part, I use them for smaller arrangements,

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Diane Boudreault-Owen