Materials Needed: Large Glass Vase, Decorative Stones, Water, 5-Inch Orchid, Scissors
*Note: Can be done using a small vase and a Mini Orchid if preferred.
1. Add Stones
Grab the large glass vase and carefully add in the decorative stones to the bottom of the vase. The decorative stones should fill ¼ of the vase.
Using sterile scissors, cut the orchid spikes off the base of the orchid. Then determine how much of the spike you need to trim off for the orchid to fit in the vase. When measuring, be sure to allow the spike to fit down into the decorative stones with the bottom of the orchid touching the bottom of the vase. This will help prevent your orchid from floating.
3. Add Water
Slowly add room-temperature tap water to the vase. Do not pour water on top of the orchid, the force of the water can cause the blooms to brake off. Add water into the vase until the water is an inch from the top of the vase.
Place your Orchid Centerpiece in the middle of a table to add extra flare to the room.