Create a floral feature with a gorgeous arrangement.
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Soak a 35cm diameter floral-foam base in water. Trim the
stems to 7cm in length at an angle. Insert foliage in the foam
at regular intervals. Then add the roses and finally the
viburnum. Continue until the base is covered. Loop a piece of
ribbon through the wreath and hang on the entrance door at
your reception venue.
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Floral-foam wreath, £12.50; Blue Curiosa, Sweet Avalanche
and Peach Avalanche roses, all £3 per stem; viburnum, £4.50
per stem; eucalyptus, £7.50 per bunch; berried ivy, £7.50 per
bunch, Tom Flowers. Ribbon, £1.30 per metre, VV Rouleaux.
Wreath arrangement, £125, Tom Flowers
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