Even the most traditional detail can get a fruity upgrade!
1. Fill jars with fruit.
2. Using a plastic saucer that will sit neatly on a jar's rim,
cut blocks of Oasis floral foam to fit. Soak the foam blocks in
water, then fiz to the sauvers with floristry tape.
3. Place a saucer on top of each jar.
4. Arrange flowers in each foam block to create a dome. Glue
table numbers onto lengths of dowling and secure in the foam so
they are clearly visible.
As seen in the May/June 2012 issue of Brides
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