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Submerged Flowers

  |   By Amber Richman

It seems so simple, but this basic technique enhances the beauty of a single bloom by magnifying every amazing detail. Along with appearing to increase the size of the flowers, the water also helps to display the depth of their colours. If you desire a minimalist approach in your decor with a splash of drama—submerged arrangements may be perfect for you.

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There are many reasons to love this style of floral design—the price, the candlelight, the creativity, the uniqueness, and of course, the cool factor!

The Price—You can choose to rent the vase, which is much cheaper then purchasing. Most of the arrangements are made up of only a couple of stems, allowing your flower cost to stay low too.

The Candlelight—A majority of venues will let you use real candlelight if the flame is below the glass. It is easy to stick to these rules with submerged arrangements; we just adjust the water levels according to the venue, allowing you to have candles wherever you like!

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The Creativity—We can change the vase, the wire, the rocks, the flowers! The possibilities are endless, and fun to explore.

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The Uniqueness—This is a relatively unique style for weddings, so many of your guest will be experiencing it for the first time.

The Cool Factor—Sometimes less is more! Does this design fit your wedding theme?

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This article was originally published on Sep 15, 2009
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