I'm a sucker for wildflowers. But you can't exactly uproot a plot of land and have it delivered to your wedding. A smarter way to steal the look? Handy water tubes. See how to use them:
For a centerpiece (above), plant stems of tulips and poppies with water tubes into wheatgrass-covered foam, and there you hage it -- a whimsical window box of spring blooms. You can use the same idea for aisle decor (below). Gerber daisy stems planted in the ground with water tubes made for some extra cheery (and inexpensive) ceremony style at this real wedding spotted over at Enfianced. Brilliant.
Or, combine greens and colorful blooms into a few full-to-the-brim tubes and place them in a wood panel box to create the look of a rustic hedge wherever you choose.
Would you recreate one of these looks?