Flowers Mark the Pew . . .
Flowers make a grand statement in a Church Setting!
To make the Reserved Pews stand out in the Church, create an arrangement on the pew that is proportional to the Church. A pew marker should be seen from the back of the Church, but not take over the setting of the front of the Church. The size of the flowers will be determined by the size of the pews and the Sanctuary
You Will Need:
Mini Wet Foam Holders
#22 Florist Wire
Floral Wrap Tape
Prepare the pew clip, by soaking the mini holders until saturated. Tape a piece of #22 wire with floral wrap tape. Insert taped wire through the slot in the clip. Pull the wire through the wet foam of the holders. I used 2 pieces of wire – one wire from top to bottom and one wire from side to side. Secure the wires. Cut off excess wire.
Prepare a small bow. Make large streamers. Attach the bow to the wood pick. Tape the wire of the bow to wood pick with floral wrap tape. Set bow aside.
I prepared the pew marker on the back of a chair. Place the clip over the back of a chair. Begin by placing a tall, flat piece of greenery at the top and back of the wet foam holder. Place a second piece of shorter, flat greenery at the bottom of the wet foam holder. I used smaller pieces of flat greenery to fill the sides of the clip. I used a fuller greenery to cover the top of the wet foam holder.
Insert the bow to the bottom of the wet foam holder. I placed the largest bloom close to the bow. I used taller, slender blooms to create height and lead to the larger blooms. I filled in with rose sprays and statice.
At the Church, slip the pew clips over the top of the pew.
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