Recently I sent out a twitter request & email to our mailing list, asking for input on five different questions. Thank you to everyone who sent in their replies!!
I’m quite intrigued with these Floral Foam Garlands from Oasis, a few of my floral friends call them Sausages… Send us photos of what you’ve created with these Floral Foam Garlands!
A classic and lush candelabra garland featured for wedding design at The Historic Renaissance Mayflower Hotel in Washington DC.
Christi Lopez of Bergeron’s Flowers and Events, Springfield, VA and the Mayflower Hotel in DC
So I’ve attached a picture of my “Oasis Snake” experience. The wedding was at a private ranch in Fischer, Texas. The house has 20ft tall cut ins. It was a crazy experience. We struggled with how to get them hung. We ended up with a dowl, jammed across the inside. It worked!
Sheri of Blumen Meister’s, Texas
I attached the floral foam garlands to the huppah metal arch base.
Carolyn Shepard AIFD of Carolyn Shepard Design Group, Charlotte, North Carolina
Mandap and elevated centerpiece designed by Marci of Entwined Designs, Southern California
We cut off the last two rings as it was longer then we needed but we used floral garland to build out on this centerpiece.
I used the floral foam sausages in a design we did across the top of a pipe & drape structure. It worked great. I zip-tied it to the cross bar, covered it will smilax and popped the flowers in.
Jen of Jen’s Blossoms, Gig Harbor, Washington
For garlands I used to attach the oasis holder to a thin board and space them out to cover the area, then wire it where it needs to go.
Kris of KRISanthemums, Oregon
This arbor design was possible by using those oasis sausage garland.
Lora of Sophisticated Floral Designs, Portland, Oregon
Thank you to everyone that participated, we loved seeing your photographs and are sure our readers will enjoy them, too!
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