Featuring Japanese flowers from Naniwa Flower Auction, Kaylee designs a beautiful floral arch. The structure is created using a lovely arch from Danner & Soli, which she attached foam cages using zip ties before placing the flowers into place. Archways are perfect for setting the tone of a truly romantic wedding ceremony and this design surely accomplishes that in spades!
Featured flowers: spirea, ranunculus, butterfly ranunculus, acacia foliage, eucalyptus, and roses.
Here are the products/quantities used — aka, the flower recipe:
- 8 bunch acacia foliage
- 40 stems spray rose
- 70 stems spirea
- 3 bunches eucalyptus
- 20 stems sweet pea
- 10 stems tulips
- 10 stem cappuccino roses
- 50 stem quicksand roses
- 2 bunches (40 stems) Japanese Ranunculus
This is how much product it took to cover the front half of the arch, so if Kaylee was creating this same arch for a wedding, she would use double the amount of product to make sure that it was completely covered all the way around.
Also, this arch took Kaylee 3 hours to make by herself. However, if she was designing a similar arch for a wedding, she would have people helping, and would expect to get it done in under 2 hours.
After watching the video, keep scrolling for all of the gorgeous pictures – perfect for pinning!