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How to make a Berry Dahlia Centerpiece

We created this beautiful berry Dahlia centerpiece using Dahlias and Delphinium in rich hues of purple, pink and blue! This is the perfect centerpiece for a bride that wants bold jewel tones, but with a whimsical touch. Because Dahlias are only available late May to early November, they are very popular in summer arrangements!


How many flowers do I need to make this Berry Dahlia Centerpiece?

  1. 3-4 Stems of Burgundy Dahlias
  2. 3-4 Stems Magenta Dahlias
  3. 3-4 Stems Pink Dahlias
  4. 3-4 Stems Purple Dahlias
  5. 3-4 Stems White Button Dahlias
  6. 4 Stems of dark blue Delphinium
  7. 5-6 Stems of Eucalyptus Silver Dollar

What floral supplies do I need to make this Berry Dahlia Centerpiece?

  1. 1 block of Oasis Floral Foam, cut to fit your vase or container
  2. Floral Tape
  3. Floral Shears for trimming your flowers and greens

How do I make a Berry Dahlia Centerpiece?

  1. Cut foam to fit to the size of your container. Soak foam and place in container.
  2. Create grid with floral tape on top of container, make approx. ½”- 1” squares.
  3. Snip eucalyptus stems to desired length and tuck stems in foam. Start from the outside working to the middle of the arrangement.
  4. Add white and burgundy dahlias.
  5. Now add purple, pink and magenta dahlias.
  6. Add a few white button dahlias.
  7. Now add dark blue delphinium stems.

Here are some other helpful hints for making your own DIY wedding flowers!

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