Boho Top Table Arrangement

Top Table Arrangement in Bohemian Theme

Time: 26 minutes | Season: All Year Round

Thank you for joining us for another demonstration in 2024. It is an incredibly popular design, especially in the wedding industry and covers elementary techniques that you can transfer into different disciplines and designs. 

In this video tutorial, our tutor will provide you with a step by step demonstration of how to make a cascading top table arrangement. This arrangement can be used to decorate the ceremony registry table, and transferred to the venue for the top table in the wedding reception.

Tips: There are different types of greenery that you can use for this demonstration. It will depend on the style, theme and colour palette that your couple have opted for. Popular varieties include eucalyptus, ivy, palms, and so on. Ideally, you will need to consider foliage that offers a cascading, drape style as you want the design to flow over the front of the table.

Tips: Although it is a good idea to keep to the colour palette for the reception flowers, the venue décor must be considered. Brightly coloured carpets and curtains can have an impact on the colours you choose. Venues that offer a “blank canvas” are much easier to work with!

QuantityPlant Materials / Equipment
1 pairScissors AND Secateurs
1 Double Spray Tray
1Floral Foam Brick (Alternatives available)
1 rollAnchor Tape
1 bunch Olive Branches
1 bunch Eucalyptus Cinerea
5 stems Lisianthus (Rosanne) Brown
4 stems Protea
5 stems Germini Pompomi (Black Pearl)
5 stems Carnation (Hypnose)
5 stems Rose Charmant

Thank you so much for watching this demonstration. I hope you have gained an insight into the stages and techniques involved in creating this popular flower arrangement.

It goes without saying, if you have any questions at all about the demonstration, please do not hesitate to comment in the box below or post in the Facebook group. 

Thanks again for watching, I hope to see you again in the next demonstration. See you again soon, bye for now.

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