How to Use Artificial Flowers With Eiffel Tower Vases

 Artificial flowers have many varied usages. Historically artificial flowers have been seen as a work of art. Painters would use them in place of more natural floral arrangements to practice their painting techniques. Young girls would work with them before working with real flowers. Today artificial flowers can are very much are used in many different areas. Such areas include weddings, funerals, dance performances, art classes as well as in colder climates where real flowers may be very difficult to obtain as well as quite expensive.

An Eiffel Tower vase can help you set off any artificial flower arrangement.

Bridal Flowers

 Artificial flowers are frequently used in weddings for a wide variety of reasons. The bride may want to match the flowers to a specific color in her dress. This color may not be available on the date when she’s getting married. A bride may also wish to have the flowers color coordinated with the dresses worn by the members of the bridal party. Some bridesmaids may prefer to have a dress in a color that is hard to find in nature such as bright blue or deep green. Artificial flowers are also used in weddings to add volume to decorations. A wedding decorator may choose to mix up artificial flowers with real flowers to create a sense of space and drama. Guests may see artificial flowers intermixed with real flowers along the walls of the church as well as decorating the aisles of the reception hall.

All of these factors should be taken into consideration when working with Eiffel Tower vases.

Eiffel Tower Flower Arrangement

 After you have settled on the need for artificial flowers, it is time to work your flowers into the Eiffel Tower vase. There are several factors you should take into account. One such factor is the kind of colors you want to use. The colors that you use depend on the kind of arrangement you prefer. Darker colors work well during the fall season. Darker colors can also create dramatic flair that makes any area look more inviting.

The second think you need to do is remember the height of the Eiffel Tower vases. These vases are typically quite tall. Any artificial flowers that you use should take advantage of this height. Look for items that have long stems and thick flowers. The flowers need to stand out against the vase to be seen. Many artificial flowers have long, thick stems. This sort of stem will stand out and allow guests to see the flowers. Shorter flowers can be taped against the sides of the vase.

Accessories

 An artificial flower arrangement used in an Eiffel Tower should always have accessories. Accessories include frills, feathers, coins, mirrors, leaves and other materials. Mix real flowers and artificial flowers to create a striking look. Use fabric to add contrasting color along the edges of the vases. Glue on coins to add sparkle. Place a mirror behind the vase to capture the light as guests come in. An Eiffel Tower vase is designed to bring attention to itself. Your arrangement should play up this factor with elegant light and dashes of color.

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